The summary has now been posted to the Blog.


Please link to your favorite questions and answers which were either asked or answered from January 1st 2019 through March 31st 2019.

Your answers will be compiled into a blog post like previous quarterly posts.

I will be using DavRob60's queries for a baseline, but I really appreciate people voicing the ones they really enjoyed. Maybe you feel like you answered one really well, even if it didn't receive a lot of votes. Let me know about it.

I will also be linking all blog posts that happened within this quarter. Also the most controversial question of the quarter. Also a sum of all the bounties that were awarded.

Also if there was a meta post you feel should be spotlighted those are also acceptable.

It is not too late for us to create the dystopian society as envisioned in 1987's The Running Man.

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    "from April 1st 2019 through March 31st 2019" - I feel a new question coming on: Is Jack B Nimble a Time Lord?
    – Rand al'Thor Mod
    Mar 25, 2019 at 14:48
  • In the second quarter, it's great to see our very own @Randal'Thor prominently featured in a piece in The Guardian. Apr 2, 2019 at 12:27
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    @PaulD.Waite Bit late for April Fool's, but you got me.
    – Rand al'Thor Mod
    Apr 2, 2019 at 13:44

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I liked this question. As a long time viewer of Road Runner (meep, meep!), it was nice to have an excuse to go back through them and a real surprise that there was such a wide variety of non-Acme products.

Does any Looney Tunes character ever use any fictional brand-name product that isn't ACME?

vavskjuta's question about Lex Luthor's epic cake theft was a nice surprise. I always enjoy questions where my gut response is "Of course not, don't be bloody stupid", only to then find out that the opposite is actually true.

Is Lex Luthor's 40-cake theft canonical?


Meta wise I think we should certainly highlight this one by myself that congratulates some high level achievements by some of our top users.

Let's take a moment to congratulate some exceptional users


This was a really fun question to answer, mostly because of all the different interpretations of Space-Elevators. Which was the first story to feature space elevators?

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