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sherrie-theriault's picture
Oct.05.2013
October 5     Jeopardy   Today I tore down the isolation booth.  I didn’t live in there exactly; sometimes I stuffed G-d in there and went out for a ride.  I left that shack stand for far, too long; a testimony to ill conceived, ham-handed, control freaks everywhere. ...
ron-lavalette's picture
Aug.08.2013
I would have lost a fortune if I’d been a Jeopardy contestant tonight. Final Jeopardy category: National Songs Final Jeopardy clue: “Originally performed in 1745, this National Song occasionally has had to change its pronouns.” I would have listened to the Jeopardy “think” music, scratched my head...
sherrie-theriault's picture
Jul.22.2013
July 22       The Landscape of Words       Paint takes time to dry; I work with words.  I say azure and you are there with me, even if I am far from this mortal coil, my pigments stay fresh as long as you know blue, as long as you can hear me, read me, see me....
sherrie-theriault's picture
Oct.05.2011
October 5       Jeopardy       Today I tore down the isolation booth.  I didn’t live in there exactly; sometimes I stuffed G-d in there and went out for a ride.  I left that shack stand for far, too long; a testimony to ill conceived, ham-handed, control...
sheila-english's picture
Feb.27.2011
p { margin-bottom: 0.08in; }a:link { } I watched it play out on television. IBM’s newest computer by the name of Watson played against the top two all-time winning contestants to ever be on the game show Jeopardy! It was fun to watch, but you just have to wonder if it is a novelty...
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Feb.18.2011
Igor Yopsvoyomatsky, editor-in-chief of Paranoiaisfact.com, answers readers' questions. Dear Igor, I'm scared. First a computer  named Deep Blue beats the world champion of chess. Then another one called Watson beats the biggest winners of Jeopardy.  Rajiv, the IT guy at the office, says this...
sherrie-theriault's picture
Oct.05.2010
October 5       Jeopardy       Today I tore down the isolation booth.  I didn’t live in there exactly; sometimes I stuffed G-d in there and went out for a ride.  I left that shack stand for far, too long; a testimony to ill conceived, ham-handed, control freaks...