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How Things Work: Each month (hopefully soon, we can go back to weekly) a new fantasy/sci-fi/horror based trivia question will be posted. Each Elftown resident to answer correctly will get the featured cookie. Send your answer via message to [Lothuriel].

Question for the month of September - October 2008
In the original Batman Comic, what was the Batcave originally used for before, Bruce Wayne used it for Batman's lair?

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What does Yubaba use to control Haku in "Spirited Away"?

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2007-03-10 [moonscale]: This is a very volatile wiki too, always somehing new going on <img:44166_1164145171.gif>

2007-03-13 [The Maestro]: That's not what volatile means, I think.

2007-03-13 [moonscale]: -evaporating readily at normal temperatures and pressures; "volatile oils"; "volatile solvents"
-explosive: liable to lead to sudden change or violence; "an explosive issue"; "a volatile situation with troops and rioters eager for a confrontation"
-fickle: marked by erratic changeableness in affections or attachments; "fickle friends"; "a flirt's volatile affections"
tending to vary often or widely; "volatile stocks"; "volatile emotions"

2007-03-13 [moonscale]: I was being sarcastic actually, perhaps I should have explained. Nothing much changes here. 

2007-03-13 [Kurai Tenma]: agreed.

2007-03-15 [The Maestro]: That's a very extensive definition of volatile.

2007-03-15 [Jewl]: bwahahahaa

2007-03-15 [moonscale]: hehe.. google search define:volatile second entry I think. :P

2007-03-15 [Kurai Tenma]: I always used

2007-03-15 [moonscale]: hehe
well google is faster...
and it shows a nice variety with the websites underneath so you can check if you trust the source.

2007-03-15 [Kurai Tenma]: So does It lets you know which dictionary the definitions came from, sorted by the dictionary.

2007-03-16 [iippo]: I'm a supporter too. It also lets you swap between dictionary, thesaurus amd encyclopaedia without having to type the search again. :3 (The thesaurus was ever so helpful when writing my dissertation... >_>)

2007-03-16 [Kurai Tenma]: I agree with that. I use the thesaurus to dictionary and back a lot.

2007-03-17 [moonscale]: mm I actually use both, but if I'm in a rush google is faster. (that is my home page I think)

2007-03-17 [nokaredes]: I use Microsoft Word's thesaurus (shift +F7)

2007-03-18 [moonscale]: I use right click.

2007-03-22 [Kurai Tenma]: MS Word isn't very reliable. Most people use more words than it contains.

2007-03-22 [The Maestro]: Well, it is from Microsoft.

2007-03-22 [Kurai Tenma]: That was entirely my point at hand.

2007-05-08 [moonscale]: Thats actually why I use it. If I already now the words I just like to have that there to remind me since they seem to escape my memory whenever I try to remember.

2007-05-09 [Kurai Tenma]: I guess... lol

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