"Think Like A Richard" Quiz
In honor of Talk Like a Pirate Day, which I missed celebrating here, today is Think Like a Richard Day. If you've been reading this blog for a while, you may feel as if you already know me. The main reason for this is that you probably DO already know me. I don't think anyone other than my friends has ever seen it. Even so, there are Richard aspects that have only been revealed in the blog, and I thought this would be a good time for a review, so it's your turn to do some work. Instead of my writing a blog today, I'm going to perch in the neck of your CRT and watch while you take this quiz. If you've memorized every one of my blog items, you should have little trouble getting a good grade. I hope you've been paying attention!
Multiple Choice Questions:
What is Richard's favorite brand of beer?
What is most likely to happen first:
What is the correct spelling of "Pfft"
In the Enron Trial, Ken Lay's sentence might have been determined in
part by whether he giggled, cackled, chuckled, or guffawed when told of
the "Raptor" plan. Which did he do, and which would have given
him the longest sentence?
Which of the following is most likely to cause your offspring to grow
I have undertaken the PriUPS project to solve which crucial problem?
If a vendor introduced a combination cell phone, MP3 player, and
decent camera, what would I do?
What is my
record morning spam a lot?
True or False:
1: If you make your sandwiches without bread, how long will it take for you to disappear?
2: How many barrels of oil per year will be saved when the YOP and STOLD signs are widely adopted?
If you have potassium permanganate stains on your bathmat, what common chemical can be used to remove them? What should you avoid doing after removing the stains?
How does the neutron absorption cross-section of transuranic element Nobelium compare with that of the element Salubrium?
This is an open-blog quiz. We'll have the answers and a discussion period on Friday. Tomorrow: A surprise!