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While eating her lunch this week, a Wall Street Journal employee found an extra ingredient in her fancy deli salad: a frog. (AP Photo/File)

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

Today's player: Listener Jack from Fir Crest.

1.) While eating her lunch this week, a Wall Street Journal employee found an extra ingredient in her fancy deli salad: a frog. The company that made the salad offered an excuse. What?

a. frogs in your salad is an unfortunate consequence of eating organic
b. frog legs are actually a delicacy in some countries
c. frogs ensure your salad is bug free

2.) A Seattle woman successfully ate Starbucks at every meal the entire year of 2013. This year she has a new resolution. What is it?

a. wear a new pair of socks every day for a year
b. stop making silly New Year's resolutions
c. learn 80 new recreational sports

3.) A German newspaper this week revealed another one of the NSA's controversial spying tactics. What?

a. wearing Groucho Marx glasses
b. intercepting computer deliveries and installing espionage software on them
c. writing interoffice memos in invisible ink

4.) Some residents in Madison Park are upset about something coming to their neighborhood that might ruin their view of Lake Washington. What is it?

a. a giant inflatable tennis bubble
b. another nude beach
c. more riff-raff from Capitol Hill

5.) A Poulsbo bar owner is in hot water because of an image he used on his bar's sign. The bar is named "Helter Skelter." What is the image some neighbors say is in bad taste?

a. A picture of U2's front man Bono
b. A naked Yoko Ono
c. Charles Manson's smiling face

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