Thursday, January 15, 2009

January 15, 2009 question

Pepto Bismal, in all its shocking pink glory, is just a little bit radioactive. Some, cough-cough, Robbie, cough-cough, believe it is the secret behind Pink's super powers. Bismuth, found in Pepto's Bismuth Subsalicylate, is a radioactive element, although it has a half life of like 50 bajillion years. So it's stable.

But it's still Pepto Bismal. Here's who knew the answer was yes:

Paul C (the C stands for Chalky Taste)
Steve T (the T stands for Trace Amounts Of Lead Should Protect You)
Heather M (the M stands for Maalox Has It, Too)
Karen H (the H stands for Harghxlshj . . . Um, Could You Pass The Peptol?)
Steve J (the J stands for Juicy)

Ah . . . I feel better already. Here's today's question:

What is an intelligencer? (Let's go multiple choice to make it easier.)

A) A Chronicle
B) An Instructor
C) A Reporter
D) A Spy
E) An Unbiased Observer
F) All of the Above
G) None of the Above
H) A and B
I) A and C
J) A and D
K) A and E
L) B and C
M) B and D
N) B and E
O) C and D
P) C and E
Q) D and E
R) F and G
S) I hate you, Adam.

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