2011 News Quiz: 10 True/False Questions

Thursday, December 29, 2011 - 09:50 AM

2011 new year's (ROMEO GACAD/ AFP/Getty)

Yesterday on the show we tested your knowledge in our annual year-end news quiz. (Listen here) Below are 10 of our favorite questions from the True/False lightning round at the end of the show. See how much you were paying attention in 2011 -- and no googling.

Happy New Year from everyone at the BL Show!


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Comments [1]

A Tunisian street vendor sets himself on fire to protest government abuse and US policy becomes "leading from behind" to encourage the Arab Spring.

13 Tibetan monks set themselves on fire over the last year and US policy is to send more of our jobs to China and buy more of their stuff.

Dec. 29 2011 11:39 AM

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