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Deaf people were offended this week by a "fake" sign language translator at Nelson Mandela's memorial service. The translator later apologized for offending anyone, and he gave an excuse for his gibberish signing. (AP Photo/File)

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

This week's player is listener Eric from Edmonds - a 27-years-old real estate agent.

1.) Deaf people were offended this week by a "fake" sign language translator at Nelson Mandela's memorial service. The translator later apologized for offending anyone, and he gave an excuse for his gibberish signing. What was it?

a. He suffered a schizophrenic episode
b. He knew deaf couldn't vocally boo him off stage
c. He didn't think anyone was paying attention

2.) Major League Baseball announced plans this week to ban the one thing that makes games interesting. What?

a. computer animated boat races during the 7th inning stretch
b. home plate collisions
c. the wave

3.) "It unifies people" and it "makes people funnier" are two surprising benefits of what, according to Chinese state media?

a. workplace holiday parties
b. home plate collisions
c. smog

4.) Facebook is reportedly considering a new button for all those times a "like" might not be appropriate. What is it?

a. An "I don't care about your kids" button
b. An "I need new friends" button
c. A "sympathize" button

5.) Pictures circulated this week of First Lady Michelle Obama looking unhappy while President Obama did what at Nelson Mandela's memorial?

a. took a "selfie" with the British and Danish heads of state
b. pantomimed like he was a sign language translator
c. dozed off

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