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McDonalds made news this week for offering employees some "healthy living" tips. What did they suggest? (AP Photo/File)

The Know-It-All Week-In-Review Quiz

This week's contestant: Listener John from West Seattle.

1.) Two Boeing pilots were surprised to learn Thursday that the Kansas airport they'd landed at was the wrong Kansas airport and the runway was too short for them to take off again. What did the pilot say upon being informed of his mistake?

a. Uhhhh ... say again?
b. Yeah, I think I'm gonna throw up.
c. You mad bro?

2.) McDonalds made news this week for offering employees some "healthy living" tips. What did they suggest?

a. Stop eating McDonalds food.
b. Jog back and forth between the fryer and the mop closet.
c. That employees should take vacation, even though they probably can't afford it.

3.) Representative Trey Radel, a Florida Republican elected in 2012, was in court this week facing charges that he bought cocaine from an undercover cop. He admitted the purchase, but he had an excuse. What was it?

a. He has a drinking problem.
b. He thought the cocaine was artisan sea salt.
c. He was buying it for Toronto mayor Rob Ford.

4.) Vancouver, B.C., made headlines this week when news broke that the city would be outlawing a common household item. What are they going to get rid of? a. Canadian bacon
b. the doorknob
c. Maple syrup

5.) Owners of the iconic Comet Tavern on Seattle's Capitol Hill were surprised to learn Thursday that while the bar was closed for construction, someone had broke in and "modified" the bar's look. What was different?

a. Someone scrubbed the 20 years of booze and cigarette grime off the stools.
b. Someone confetti-bombed the inside of bar.
c. Someone stole all the dollar bills tacked to the ceiling

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