Quizzes - CSMonitor.com:
At Christian Science Monitor we found these quizzes:
Retrieved by Pat Darnell | April 21, 2012 | Bryan TX
- Fenway Park: 10 questions about baseball's 100-year-old park. Take our quiz
- Do you know the facts behind Arizona's immigration law? Take our quiz.
- Are you a Helicopter Parent? Take our quiz
- Kim 101: How well do you know North Korea's leaders? Take our quiz
- ... and more ...
Fenway Park -- it has the smallest foul territory in the big leagues. Its two foul poles are named for players... Carlton Fisk and Johnny Pesky.
Arizona Zoning -- The federal government has placed signs in lawless border areas of Arizona that say: "“Danger. Public Warning. Travel Not Recommended.”" What happened to "Have Gun: Will Travel?"
And -- Who do you think made this statement: "Who made the following statement on April 23, 2010? “Surely we can all agree that when 11 million people in our country are living here illegally outside the system, that’s unacceptable.… Government has a responsibility to enforce the law and secure our borders.” ?? Yes, Barry said that.
Your 4-year-old gets into an altercation with other kids at the playground and is getting whupped. You: "Do nothing. You don't even realize it's happening since you're busy doing some work on your phone on the quiet side of the playground. ... !"
The Soviet Union didn't choose to back Kim Il-sung arbitrarily; he was already prominent in Korea. What was he known for? [Can you believe this?] ... for Being a guerrilla fighter against the Japanese!
AND -- Once in power, Kim Il-sung began building a cult of personality for himself. Which of the following was a legend about himself that he promoted? Answer: He could turn pine cones into bullets. He cut down a tree with a single swing of his sword. He walked on water. YIKES!
The new supreme leader Kim Il-un is following in his grandfather's footsteps. What will he do to ascend to the height? Maybe he will shit gold nuggets!!!
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