Wednesday, May 20, 2009

May 20, 2009 question - Support Your Local President

Heads of State
Aw Hail No to the Chief
It was a tough weekend to be a U.S. President on a college campus. Barack Obama got heckled, picketed, and generally protested on the campus of Notre Dame (apparently they like their anti-Catholic entities on the football field but not at commencement). But Obama had it easy compared to President James Garfield, whose statue was beheaded just a week after being placed on the campus of Hiram College in Ohio. Police have had extreme difficulty apprehending the perpetrator(s) or locating Garfield's dome due to the proliferation of detached, brainless heads swarming the campus on a regular basis.

Today's Question
Presidential Trivia
Who attempted to save Garfield's life (the real guy, not the statue) with an induction-balance electrical advice?

Yesterday's Answer
And the people who knew it
Arizona is the most identity theft . . . or at least the most people complaining about it. According to Discover's Identy Theft Protection telemarketers, however, my state is the one with the highest rate of Identity Theft. Big fat liars. Indiana isn't even in the top half. Nobody knew the answer, but I attribute that to Discover calling everyone and lying to them.

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