It's that time of year again. A time to assess one's knowledge of and reflect on all things Mun in preparation for the Mun birthday season. The following is just a draft of this year's quiz. The complete quiz will probably find it's way into your hands shortly.
1. Mun is addicted to
C) Nasal spray
D) All of the above
E) None of the above
2. Mun MOST prefers French fries from
B) Hamburger Hamlet
C) the Apple Pan
3. As a ploy to get a toy left under her pillow, as a kid, Mun invented and pretended to believe in
A) the Hair Fairy
B) the Toenail Fairy
C) the Scab Fairy
4. Mun has NOT been on a date with the lead singer from
A) The Knack
B) The Love Bunnies
C) The Sugarplastic
D) The Mr. T Experience
5. Identify Mun’s preferred brands
A) Kleenex, Charmin
B) Softique, Scott
6. This past Halloween, Mun and TK dressed up as
A) Hera and Zeus
B) Joan of Arc and "the hip, young priest who can connect with the youth of today"
C) Gloria Allred and a pizza deliveryman with a bomb locked around his neck
D) Shields and Yarnell
7. In the comic book that only exists in the minds of Mun and her nephew, Jon Carlo, the "kryptonite" that weakens the powers of Super Grandpa is
C) Chow Mein
8. If Mun is Michael, Mun’s father is Vito, Paul is Fredo, Margaret is Sonny, and Oge is Tom. Who would Mun say family friend, Sammy, is?
C) Moe Greene
D) Johnny Fontane
9. When Mun was very little, she believed "Agony" was
A) A state of excruciating pain
B) The capital of New York State
C) The place where all the skeletons and ghosts live.
10. Due to the influence of a certain TV show, at one point in the 1970’s, all of Oge and Mun’s Fisher Price Little People (a.k.a. the Bustown Kids) became hookers, pimps, and rapists. That TV show was –
A) Starsky and Hutch
C) All My Children
D) Charlie’s Angels
Good luck. No cheating!
Saturday, April 02, 2005
"...millions of quarter-inch drill bits are sold not because people want quarter-inch drill bits but because they want quarter-inch holes. People don't buy products, they buy the expectation of future benefits..." (Levitt, 1969, quoted by J.B. Quinn, in Intelligent Enterprise New York: The Free Press 1992)