Sunday, June 26, 2011

Daily Trivia #483 No way out

Connect the posters with the person for a term.

























Answer: The Mexican Standoff

8 comments:

abhishek said...

guerrilla

Abhishek Varughese said...

quentin tarantino

Saket Kumar said...

"The Mexican standoff",a term used to refer a confrontation that neither side is sure to win,which could be seen in these movies(rather all of tarantino's movies) .The man,Fidel Castro traveled to "Mexico"to organize and train for an invasion of Cuba to overthrow Batista's government.

miami_maiden said...

guerillas (int :p)

DJ said...

guerilla

Saket Kumar said...

"The Mexican standoff",a term used to refer a confrontation that neither side is sure to win which arises in all of these movies,made by or copied from tarantino.Andrés Manuel López Obrador was alleged to be an ally of Fidel Castro in the fiasco of Presidential elections in Mexico over fraudulence in counting of votes,termed as the deadlock in mexico or the "mexican standoff"

Saket Kumar said...

"The Mexican standoff",a term used to refer a confrontation in which neither party is sure to win,which arises in all of these movies made by or copied from Tarantino.Fidel Castro was one of the major people involved in the discussions of the Soviet Union – United States nuclear confrontation during the Cold War and this term was frequently used, specifically in reference to the Cuban Missile. Crisis of 1962

asad said...

Infidel Castrate....

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