Associate director of marketing
Los Angeles, Cal.
Which of the following is NOT one of the recommended actions on the American Red Cross’ Thunderstorm Safety Checklist?
A: Avoid high ground B: Shutter windows
C: Fly a kite with a metal key attached D: Listen to news stations for updates
The player who scores the most goals in a single World Cup tournament receives what award?
A: The Golden Boot B: The Silver Stiletto
C: The Bronze Birkenstock D: The Platinum Flip-Flop
According to Loverboy’s 1982 hit song, “Everybody’s Working for” what?
A: Health insurance B: Their uncle’s landscaping business
C: An undercover FBI sting operation D: The weekend
At a rescue ranch in Costa Rica, orphaned baby sloths practice the skills they’ll need for climbing swaying tree limbs, using which type of furniture?
A: Ottomans B: Coffee tables
C: Rocking chairs D: Couches
Reportedly invented in 1972 by a man named Bob Butt, the cocktail known as a Long Island Iced Tea contains all but which of these ingredients?
A: Vodka B: Gin
C: Tea D: Tequila
In the animated film “Cars,” lead character Lightning McQueen’s racing number 95 is a reference to the year that what first Pixar feature film was released?
A: A Bug’s Life B: Monsters, Inc.
C: Finding Nemo D: Toy Story
If you’re a member of a book club that delivers new titles bimonthly, and your last book arrived on January 1st, when should you expect your next book to arrive?
A: January 15th B: February 1st
C: February 15th D: March 1st
In CB radio lingo, the question “What’s your twenty?” is actually asking what?
A: What are you hauling? B: What is your name?
C: How fast are you going? D: What is your location?
Big news in 1960, Enovid is widely credited as being the first what?
A: Personal computer B: Birth control pill
C: Punk rock band D: Communications satellite
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