A recent NY Times article examined the so-called “Four-Year Myth,” discussing how most people actually take longer than four years to do what?
A: Graduate college B: Learn how to drive
C: Read “The Lord of the Rings” D: Conquer their fear of spiders
Though the intent is often to make a wish, children mimic a naturally occurring seed dispersal process called anemochory when they blow on a what?
A: Pinwheel B: Dandelion
C: Hot piece of pizza D: Jug
Which of these U.S. government officials can “go to the Office” without ever leaving their famous home?
A: Supreme Court Chief Justice B: President
C: Director of the CIA D: Attorney General
Which of the following is spelled correctly?
A: Misspelled B: Mispelled
C: Misspeled D: Mispeld
A: 32% B: 66% C: 1% D: 1%
Connor thinks it’s A, so he cuts the question.
In North America, “Huron,” “Ontario,” “Michigan,” “Erie” and “Superior” are the impressive geographical features called the what?
A: Great Lakes B: Awesome Mountains
C: Totally Sweet Canyons D: Especially Cool IsthmusesThe hornConnor will be back on Thursday.