13 Jeopardy! Clues July 12, 2017

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Here are 8 triple stumpers from the 7-12-2017 Jeopardy! match.

WHERE AM I? ($200) Jimmy: I’m in the old quarter of this capital city that once had the name Tonkin

($1000) Kelly: I’m at the U.S. Army Garrison in this German city that was once a spa town where Goethe, Brahms & Dostoevsky all took the waters; the “baden” in its name means “baths”

THOREAU-ING A 200TH BIRTHDAY! ($600) In the opening of this essay, Thoreau wrote, “That government is best which governs least”

A PODCAST OF CHARACTERS ($800) Malcolm Gladwell “re”-examines an accepted view in the podcast called this type of “History”

($1000) Hosted by Josh Barrow & Rich Lowry, this political podcast from public radio comes at you from all directions

GEOG. DICT. ABBREV. ($1600) G.R.: This place where wild animals are kept safe

($2000) NHS.: As in Golden Spike NHS

BIBLICAL BEFORE & AFTER ($1200) Visitors to Jesus’ birthplace who sang “Who Can It Be Now”

The players got all these clues in HEAVY METAL DEFECTORS:

($400) This singer left Black Sabbath in 1979– hold on a sec– Shaaaaaronnn! — but was back with the band in 2016

($800) Whether he got canned or he quit, as of ’96, Sammy Hagar was no longer the voice of this band of two brothers

($1200) In 1983, drummer Phil Rudd left this “high voltage” Aussie band powered by guitarist Angus Young

($1600) In 1981, singer Paul Di-Anno was out & Bruce Dickinson was in this Brit metal band named for a torture device

($2000) In October of 1996, Axl Rose faxed MTV (how 90s is that!) that this guitarist had not been making music with the band since ’94

More on this match on Fikkle Fame’s full Daily Recap

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