Julie Whitaker : Social Media Editor
Be smarter than your pals. Prep your dinner party factoids. Gauge your knowledge about what happened this week, as heard on WNYC.
I got them all wrong the first time. :)
I listen every day and still got most of them wrong! But I loved it anyway. Keep 'em coming!
Cool quiz. Glad to see one NJ-oriented question and one multi-state question in there, too.
made a 50 on test...brought back bad memories of 3rd grade math class
Thanks for the quiz.Fun!
Please make this a weekly feature!!!
Can't wait to see a survey matrix of results versus news source, e.g. FoxNews, cable, internet, other 'MSM', NY Times, Post, etc.
I just had to do the G train sprint yesterday! My card was empty and as I was refilling it, I heard my train enter the station. I refilled my card, shimmied through the turnstile, leapt down the stairs and sprinted with a granny cart for the train. So glad I made it too. Waiting in that heat for the next train might have killed me!
I don't know the answer to any of these questions. So disappointed in myself!
Loved the new quiz- great idea.
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