14 of 16 -- with a few uses of the hint option.
Ugh - 8/16. But I didn't use any hints...
8/16 -- but at least I didn't Boone it! Not easy!
only 8! I should really pay attention to the questions.
I'm not overly proud of my 12/16 score. I am VERY proud that I got the marathon question right AFTER filling the back of an old envelope with every bit of math that I learned in the last millenium. At least I know WHERE I will use that math I had to learn in the 9th grade!
Great quiz, Bob, once again.
5/16--Yep, I was in a cave all week!
"At least I didn't Boone it!"
See THAT -- as Jason DeRusha might say -- is solid gold comedy, right there.
9 right including one hint ( the last question). I grew up in Fairmont, MN, how could I not know there were German POW's housed there?
Kick IT! 13 of 16. By far my best score ever. Guess I'd better get back to work. Truth is I had at least 4 lucky guesses....
10, can't believe duluth didn't have that on books before...
7/16, but have been ignoring news this week after the unallotment announcements. I'm depressed enough.
12/16 No Hints. Missed one that I knew the right answer for but hit the wrong button.
Great quiz BTW
In the Richard Nixon range. I am not a crook. Nor did I take any hints (and just like taking the GRE - I totally guessed on the math).
Thanks for having the quiz back - I missed it!
11 out of 16 -- about as smart as a fifth grader...
8/16, some were tricky
9 out of 16. I got one of them right only because I am a Latin teacher.
How could I be so foolish and talk myself out of the "all of the above" answer?
12/16 and didn't use a single hint - point of greater pride: 4/4 when guessing!
9 right. I know the big brush strokes but salient details often escape me.
Yikes! 7 of 16. I need to study more. It's good to see the quiz back.
8/16 no use of hints, math or search engines.
9/16. Tricky, indeed.
9/16. The question about the traffic lights - I'm sure it could save more than 10 - 15% if the lights in Fridley and Blaine weren't timed to change every 4 or 5 minutes. You learn to turn off the car at a red, bring a magazine, and hope for no emergency vehicles to reset the timer clock.
Hey! Richard Nixon?! I'm a little less impressed with a 12/16 now.