Brief explanation of the game: the host says an incorrect statement to the contestants, who then try to identify what is wrong about the statement.
The deliverable is a set of incorrect statements and the thing that makes the statement correct.
Topics should include including:
- TV show fandoms (Game of Thrones, The Office, Breaking bad, James Bond, etc.)
- Tech Businesses
- Tech History
- Computer Science/Computer Science History
I'm flexible with the topics to make it easier on the writer.
Here are example statements:
Statement: Elon Musk is known to be one of the most eccentric and public hardest working CEOs, as he sometimes spends time at each of his 3 companies daily: Tesla, SpaceX, and Hyperloop.
Answer: Um, actually Hyperloop is a SpaceX project, not its own company.
Statement: It used to be that every year there would be some huge innovation to warrant buying a new phone, however that hasn't been true in recent years. This trend was publicized by CEO of AMD, Gordon Moore in his 1965 paper titled "Cramming More Components onto
Answer: Um, actually Gordon Moore was the CEO of Intel, not AMD
Here's an episode to give a sense of what the statements are like:
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I'd like 10 questions at first, and if that goes well i'd like to have a long term relationship as i'd potentially need a large amount of statements/answers over time.
Please message me with 1 statement/answer that shows that you understand what I'm looking for.