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OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 6:03:48 AM   
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Stealing a leaf from reddit, as above. At first I was pretty stumped but the subject matter came to me in an instant as I was wracking my brain for a suitable subject. It turned out to be a little more difficult than I thought given that we stare at these names a couple of times a week for months or years on end. I started out with USN ships but faltered and then had to expand the list to include the other navies to hit my 100. Give it a go and see if you can hit 100 without breaking a sweat. Also, apart from the obvious suspects (given the nature of this forum) can you name 100 of something from memory alone?

Warships of WWII
1. USS Enterprise (Yorktown CV)
2. USS Yorktown (Yorktown CV)
3. USS Hornet (Yorktown CV)
4. USS Essex (Essex CV)
5. USS Franklin (Essex CV)
6. USS Shangri-La (Essex CV)
7. USS Wasp (Wasp CV)
8. USS Lexington (Lexington CV)
9. USS Saratoga (Lexington CV)
10. USS Intrepid (Essex CV)
11. USS Bonhomme Richards (Essex CV)
12. USS Nevada (Nevada BB)
13. USS Maryland (BB)
14. USS West Virginia (BB)
15. USS Arizona (BB)
16. USS Tennessee (BB)
17. USS Pennsylvania (BB)
18. USS Cassin (DD)
19. USS Downes (DD)
20. USS Fletcher (Fletcher DD)
21. USS Nicholas (Fletcher DD)
22. USS Iowa (Iowa BB)
23. USS New Jersey (Iowa BB)
24. USS Wisconsin (BB)
25. USS Washington (BB)
26. USS South Dakota (BB)
27. USS Boise (CL)
28. USS Helena (CL)
29. USS Atlanta (Atlanta CLAA)
30. USS Farragut (Farragut DD)
31. USS Sims (Sims DD)
32. USS New Orleans (CA)
33. USS San Francisco (CA)
34. USS Northampton (CA)
35. USS Houston (CA)
36. USS Texas (BB)
37. USS Nautilus (SS)
38. USS Independence (CVL)
39. USS New Mexico (BB)
40. USS Indianapolis (CA)
41. USS Portland (CA)
42. USS Chicago (CA)
43. USS Meredith (DD)
44. USS Indiana (BB)
45. USS Idaho (BB)
46. USS John Paul Jones (DD)
47. USS San Diego (CLAA)
48. USS Bristol (DD)
49. USS Gearing (DD)
50. USS Sumner (DD)
51. USS Porpoise (SS)
52. USS Kitkun Bay (CVE)
53. USS Porter (DD)
54. USS Barton (DD)
55. USS Shark (SS)
56. USS Long Island (CVE)
57. USS Blue (DD)
58. USS Omaha (CL)
59. USS Trenton (CL)
60. USS Utah (CL?)
61. USS Cleveland (CL)
62. USS Birmingham City (CL)
63. USS Augusta (CA)
64. IJNS Akagi (CV)
65. IJNS Kaga (CV)
66. IJNS Hiryu (CV)
67. IJNS Soryu (CV)
68. IJNS Zuikaku (CV)
69. IJNS Shokaku (CV)
70. IJNS Junyo (CV)
71. IJNS Shinano (CV)
72. IJNS Ryujo (CVL)
73. IJNS Yamato (BB)
74. IJNS Kirishima (BB)
75. IJNS Haruna (BB)
76. IJNS Ise (BB)
77. IJNS Yamashiro (BB)
78. IJNS Myoko (CA)
79. IJNS Mikuma (CA)
80. IJNS Mogami (CA)
81. IJNS Chokai (CA)
82. IJNS Tone (CA)
83. IJNS Kongo (BB)
84. HMS Prince of Wale (BB)
85. HMS Repulse (BC)
86. HMS Sovereign (BB)
87. HMS Arrow (DD)
88. HMS Hound (DD)
89. HMS Warspite (BB)
90. HMS Hermes (CVL)
91. HMS Formidable (CV)
92. HMAS Sydney (CA)
93. HMAS Canberra (CA)
94. HMAS Adelaide (CL)
95. KMS Prinz Eugen (CA)
96. KMS Bismarck (BB)
97. KMS Scharnhorst (sp) (BC?)
98. KMS Tirpitz (BB)
99. HMS Eagle (CV)
and
100. IJNS Hibiki (DD)

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 12:06:49 PM   
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I used to try to name all of the original SSBNs ("Forty-One For Freedom") from memory. If you want a real challenge, and you weren't any kind of science major, name all of the elements.

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 12:20:55 PM   
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The 50 states is easy but I used to be able to name all the capitals too. All the US Presidents but I can't remember the order of them between Jackson and Lincoln. Only about half of them were elected, I think. They kept dropping dead in office. I think I could ID the symbols on the periodic table up to 103 or so and even give the latin or german name where it differs from the english like wolfram, aurum, argentum, ferrium, oops I can't remember tin or mercury, hygro something I think. I used to know. Getting old. Can't remember the at. no. for each any more either, just a few. Pb for lead, I forget that one too. Used to be able to name each Hitchcock movie in order. Same for Kurosawa. I could tell you which of the fat guy's flicks were scored by Bernard Hermann. Can't anymore. That's the trouble with Harry, I guess. I'm not the man who knew too much anymore. He made that one twice, by the way. I've been in all the 48 states except Florida. I think I'll stay out of that one. It's all going to be underwater before long anyway. I've been in most of Canada's provinces too. Went to a Catholic church in Montreal on Sunday once. It was all Latin and French. Didn't understand a word of it. I remember my family was dressed like tourists, shorts and the like. There were some young men hanging around the entrance smoking cigarettes and they were all wearing black suits and ties. They looked at us like 'what the f...?' How do you say that in French?

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 12:41:20 PM   
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What comes after 1?

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 12:55:54 PM   
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I can name 100 ships in the Kriegsmarine right off the top of my head.

U-1, U-2, U-3, U-4, U-5, U-6, U-7.....

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 1:09:10 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Bo Rearguard

I can name 100 ships in the Kriegsmarine right off the top of my head.

U-1, U-2, U-3, U-4, U-5, U-6, U-7.....


Nein! They intentionally left gaps in the numbering system in order to confuse Allied intelligence to the true number of boats at sea. U-685 was not the six hundred eighty fifth u-boat launched.

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 1:33:44 PM   
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There was no U-685, you n00b. Also, there was no break in the numbering from U-1 to U-100.

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 1:35:20 PM   
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The 50 states is easy but I used to be able to name all the capitals too. All the US Presidents but I can't remember the order of them between Jackson and Lincoln. Only about half of them were elected, I think. They kept dropping dead in office. I think I could ID the symbols on the periodic table up to 103 or so and even give the latin or german name where it differs from the english like wolfram, aurum, argentum, ferrium, oops I can't remember tin or mercury, hygro something I think. I used to know. Getting old. Can't remember the at. no. for each any more either, just a few. Pb for lead, I forget that one too. Used to be able to name each Hitchcock movie in order. Same for Kurosawa. I could tell you which of the fat guy's flicks were scored by Bernard Hermann. Can't anymore. That's the trouble with Harry, I guess. I'm not the man who knew too much anymore. He made that one twice, by the way. I've been in all the 48 states except Florida. I think I'll stay out of that one. It's all going to be underwater before long anyway. I've been in most of Canada's provinces too. Went to a Catholic church in Montreal on Sunday once. It was all Latin and French. Didn't understand a word of it. I remember my family was dressed like tourists, shorts and the like. There were some young men hanging around the entrance smoking cigarettes and they were all wearing black suits and ties. They looked at us like 'what the f...?' How do you say that in French?


Be sure and list Kansas first.



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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 1:45:45 PM   
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ORIGINAL: jeffk3510

Be sure and list Kansas first.




Pashaw!!

Can you (the collective "you all") name every girl/woman you've ever kissed? Has to be at least 100, right?

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 1:59:14 PM   
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Hell, I've got that just with "A"

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 2:12:20 PM   
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Hell, I've got that just with "A"


Prove it. No last names.

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 2:19:30 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Bullwinkle58


quote:

ORIGINAL: jeffk3510

Be sure and list Kansas first.




Pashaw!!

Can you (the collective "you all") name every girl/woman you've ever kissed? Has to be at least 100, right?


18 that I can think of off the top of my head. 19 once Diane Lane realizes that I would treat her like the princess she is.

17 of them were before I met my wife..

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 2:28:51 PM   
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17 of them were before I met my wife..


Suuuuuuuuure.

You know you're old when all you can remember is "that redhead with the big tracts of land at the mid-winter's party second-year." And that was "4th base" not kissin'.

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 2:30:14 PM   
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quote:

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17 of them were before I met my wife..


Suuuuuuuuure.

You know you're old when all you can remember is "that redhead with the big tracts of land at the mid-winter's party second-year." And that was "4th base" not kissin'.


The list in my head had a few of the no namers... If I thought about it, I would remember their names tho

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 2:38:37 PM   
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Ha, I can´t even remember all the girls I slept with!

But I can name every Black Sabbath song in order. Not sure it will be quite one hundred though?

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 2:38:48 PM   
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I can quickly come up with a list of names of 100 women I knew over the course of my life who abjectly refused to have anything to do with me. Hell, why stop at 100?

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 3:29:29 PM   
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Prove it. No last names.


Anne x 100


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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 3:33:14 PM   
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JocMeister if you hadn't been sleeping you would've remembered something.


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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 5:46:02 PM   
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Took a few minutes, but managed it. You'll know it's from memory by checking the spelling!

1. Pieter Bruegel the Elder
2. Pieter Bruegel the Younger
3. Michaelangelo Buonerotti
4. Leonardo da Vinci
5. Paolo Veronese
6. Titian
7. Fra Angelico
8. Fra Filipo Lippi
9. Raphael
10. Pontormo
11. Bruneleschi
12. Jan Vermeer
13. Franz Hals
14. Bronzino
15. Hans Holbein
16. Mathias Grunevalde
17. Martin Shoengauer
18. Carel Fabritus
19. Rembrandt Van Rijn
20. Claude Lorrain
21. Nicolas Poussain
22. Adrian Van de Velde
23. John Constable
24. Diego Valazquez
25. Francisco da Goya
26. Fransisco Zurburan
27. Diego Rivera
28. Jan Van Eyck
29. Adrian Brower
30. Lucas Cranach
31. Joachim Patinir
32. Robert Campin
33. Giotto
34. Benvenuto Cellini
35. Hieronymous Bosch
36. Theodore Gericault
37. Camille Corot
38. Francois Boucher
39. Edvard Munch
40. Eduard Manet
41. El Greco
42. Thomas Gainsborough
43. Henri Matisse
44. Claude Monet
45. Paul Cezanne
46. Paul Gaugin
47. Vincent Van Gogh
48. Roger van der Weyden
49. Petrus Christus
50. Pablo Picasso
51. George Braque
52. Salvador Dali
53. Franz Marc
54. Artimissia Gentileschi
55. Mary Cassat
56. Suzanne Valadon
57. George Grosz
58. Alfred Sisley
59. Auguste Rodin
60. Paul Signac
61. Henri de Toulouse Lautrec
62. Paolo Uccello
63. Paul Klee
64. Peter Doig
65. Andy Warhol
66. Jeff Koons
67. Damian Hirst
68. Pieter de Hooch
69. Jacob van Ruisdael
70. Jan Aertsen
71. George de La Tour
72. Simeon Chardin
73. Kasimir Mayevich
74. Vassily Kandinsky
75. Marc Chagal
76. Jaim Soutine
77. Amedeo Modigliani
78. Edgar Degas
79. Camille Pissaro
80. Eugene Boudin
81. Casper David Frederich
82. Jaque Louis David
83. Hannah Hoch
84. Rene Magritte
85. Jasper Johns
86. Richard Rauschenberg
87. Jackson Pollack
88. Claes Oldenburg
89. Max Ernst
90. Marcel Duchamp
91. Yves Klein
92. Clifford Still
93. Mark Rothko
94. Max Reinhardt
95. Tony Cragg
96. Jim Dine
97. Lucian Frued
98. Gerhardt Richter
99. Anselm Kiefer
100. Joseph Mallord William Turner

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 5:50:22 PM   
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JocMeister if you hadn't been sleeping you would've remembered something.




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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 6:27:21 PM   
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Yes, the FA Cup Winners 1872 (The Wanderers) - 2013 (Wigan Athletic)

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 6:35:07 PM   
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JocMeister if you hadn't been sleeping you would've remembered something.



The question is, do they remember?

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 6:38:02 PM   
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Not a Rubens fan, huh?

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 6:57:52 PM   
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quote:

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JocMeister if you hadn't been sleeping you would've remembered something.



The question is, do they remember?


They probably do but it might not always be a positive memory!

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 7:33:45 PM   
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Sure, it's easy to remember 100 of something -- it's just a matter of how trivial that something is. I could easily name 100 countries, probably several hundred cities outside the US (probably even 100+ in the UK), airlines through history, thousands of airport codes, etc. But who would care?

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 8:03:26 PM   
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Pashaw!!

Can you (the collective "you all") name every girl/woman you've ever kissed? Has to be at least 100, right?


My list is so short a horse could count it out

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 8:06:31 PM   
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JocMeister if you hadn't been sleeping you would've remembered something.



Do inflatables count?

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 8:07:53 PM   
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Took a few minutes, but managed it. You'll know it's from memory by checking the spelling!

1. Pieter Bruegel the Elder
2. Pieter Bruegel the Younger
3. Michaelangelo Buonerotti
4. Leonardo da Vinci
5. Paolo Veronese
6. Titian
7. Fra Angelico
8. Fra Filipo Lippi
9. Raphael
10. Pontormo
11. Bruneleschi
12. Jan Vermeer
13. Franz Hals
14. Bronzino
15. Hans Holbein
16. Mathias Grunevalde
17. Martin Shoengauer
18. Carel Fabritus
19. Rembrandt Van Rijn
20. Claude Lorrain
21. Nicolas Poussain
22. Adrian Van de Velde
23. John Constable
24. Diego Valazquez
25. Francisco da Goya
26. Fransisco Zurburan
27. Diego Rivera
28. Jan Van Eyck
29. Adrian Brower
30. Lucas Cranach
31. Joachim Patinir
32. Robert Campin
33. Giotto
34. Benvenuto Cellini
35. Hieronymous Bosch
36. Theodore Gericault
37. Camille Corot
38. Francois Boucher
39. Edvard Munch
40. Eduard Manet
41. El Greco
42. Thomas Gainsborough
43. Henri Matisse
44. Claude Monet
45. Paul Cezanne
46. Paul Gaugin
47. Vincent Van Gogh
48. Roger van der Weyden
49. Petrus Christus
50. Pablo Picasso
51. George Braque
52. Salvador Dali
53. Franz Marc
54. Artimissia Gentileschi
55. Mary Cassat
56. Suzanne Valadon
57. George Grosz
58. Alfred Sisley
59. Auguste Rodin
60. Paul Signac
61. Henri de Toulouse Lautrec
62. Paolo Uccello
63. Paul Klee
64. Peter Doig
65. Andy Warhol
66. Jeff Koons
67. Damian Hirst
68. Pieter de Hooch
69. Jacob van Ruisdael
70. Jan Aertsen
71. George de La Tour
72. Simeon Chardin
73. Kasimir Mayevich
74. Vassily Kandinsky
75. Marc Chagal
76. Jaim Soutine
77. Amedeo Modigliani
78. Edgar Degas
79. Camille Pissaro
80. Eugene Boudin
81. Casper David Frederich
82. Jaque Louis David
83. Hannah Hoch
84. Rene Magritte
85. Jasper Johns
86. Richard Rauschenberg
87. Jackson Pollack
88. Claes Oldenburg
89. Max Ernst
90. Marcel Duchamp
91. Yves Klein
92. Clifford Still
93. Mark Rothko
94. Max Reinhardt
95. Tony Cragg
96. Jim Dine
97. Lucian Frued
98. Gerhardt Richter
99. Anselm Kiefer
100. Joseph Mallord William Turner


One demerit for spelling

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 8:10:59 PM   
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I can name 100 girls/women I wish I had.

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RE: OT: Can you name 100 of something from memory alone? - 12/13/2013 8:14:27 PM   
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Obvert, do you know how to pronounce Van Gogh? I'm thinking of a Klingon dish.

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