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In a "60 Minutes" interview earlier this week, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos revealed that his company is testing drones for delivery purposes. (AP Photo/Amazon)

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

This week we played with listener Dakota from Bremerton.

1.) On Thursday this week, we learned the 49ers organization sent season ticket holders a "how to cheer" letter in hopes of making their fans more like the 12th man. Which of the following explanations was not in the letter?

a. The team color is red.
b. A foghorn blast is the signal to cheer after a touchdown.
c. A kickoff is what happens when the little football men put the ball on a plastic tee in the center of the field.

2.) On Wednesday this week, the Internet exploded with indignity because an 11-year-old Portland girl wasn't allowed to sell her mistletoe at the farmers' market because she didn't have a permit. What did she say she is saving her money for?

a. an iphone
b. braces
c. a pet dragon

3.) In a "60 Minutes" interview earlier this week, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos revealed that his company is testing drones for delivery purposes. Why?

a. Drones would improve delivery speed and efficiency.
b. Because drones are the ultimate rich man's gadget.
c. Drones would be allow Amazon to peek into your windows and anticipate what you want even before you actually buy it.

4.) Another Microsoft "innovation" joined the Zune in the dustbin of bad ideas this week. What was it?

a. the smart bra
b. an invisible car
c. A drone what could deliver packages

5.) Last Sunday, Seattle Police caught a man who'd stolen the Victoria Clipper and set it adrift in Elliott Bay. Why did the man say he stole the boat?

a. Because he didn't think anyone was using it.
b. He says Canada doesn't deserve a ship like the Clipper.
c. He just wanted to go to West Seattle.

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