The voice of reason...: Ok, so perhaps 'South American cities' would be a better title for the group, but I can't see why that matters in the slightest. It's a good grid with some clever crossovers. (3 years, 3 months ago)
Well Done: Like the others, just wanted to say that this is definitely one of the better ones, and the remarks from Anon seem to be unnecessarily venomous.
Mallorca, St. Croy, Puerto Rico, Taiwan, Kosovo all have capital cities, while not being independent sovereign nations. (3 years, 3 months ago)
2pak: I thought it was an excellent grid. I find Anon's complaints to hold no value or credibility. Dependencies and territories still have capitals. The issue about US Film Awards being obscure... well that would make up for all the British-centric grids that are up here all the time. Well done Ashroolz on the this grid. Keep it up! (3 years, 3 months ago)
HughHugh: Wow, mean comments. Genuinely don't understand Anon's issue. I thought this was a genuinely brilliant grid. Hard enough to be a challenge but not impossible. (3 years, 3 months ago)
amateurquizzer: I quite enjoyed this, tough though it was. True the capitals weren't exactly on point but it doesn't take a genius to figure out that there were only FOUR actual cities on there. I've definitely heard of the Oscars and Satellite Awards, not sure about the others but a good deal of guessing got me there, haha! (3 years, 3 months ago)
Anon: "Capitals of South America"?! Are you having a laugh?! Even someone with a rudimentary knowledge of geography can see this is a load of hokum. Two of them aren't even the capitals of official countries! I am utterly disappointed by this attempt at wit and originality. And the US Film Awards? Such obscure material clearly comes from the mind of Wikipedia, not an amateur quizzer. Better luck next time, Ash. You do not "roolz" (3 years, 3 months ago)