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Some female college students in Massachusetts got upset this week over this. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

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

Listener Stan from Black Diamond joins us this week to take the quiz.

1.) Starting in October, CVS will stop selling what in its 7,600 stores?

a.) delicious snacks like Ho-Hos and Ding-Dongs
b.) Just-For-Men brush-in moustache color
c.) tobacco

2.) A mysterious El Salvadoran castaway washed up on a South Pacific island this week claiming he'd been drifting sea for 13 months. Authorities, however, were skeptical. Why?

a.) the man wasn't as skinny as they imagined a castaway would be ...
b.) the man asked about Justin Bieber's latest legal troubles
c.) the man only had a pair of water wings

3.) Seattle welcomed the Seahawks back to CenturyLink Wednesday with a massive parade. In addition to a drum, what was Marshawn Lynch carrying as he entered the stadium?

a.) A L.O.B. poster
b.) a bottle of champagne
c.) Paul Allen

4.) Animal rights activists were up in arms this week when it was reported what fate awaited stray dogs in Sochi?

a.) they would be exterminated
b.) they would be forced to watch the whole opening ceremony
c.) they would be forced to go shirtless, just like Vladimir Putin

5.) Some female college students in Massachusetts got upset this week when a remarkably lifelike sculpture of a man doing what appeared on campus?

a.) wearing a lampshade
b.) playing air guitar
c.) sleepwalking in his underwear

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