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Construction workers in the South Lake Union neighborhood uncovered what priceless artifact this week? (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

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

This week's player is listener Yvonne from Lacey. She is a technician for a communications company and she's a huge football fan. So much so that once, during a Sun Bowl in El Paso, she ran out on to the field during the game and was subsequently arrested.

1.) Matt Lauer took the place of Bob Costas hosting the Olympics this week. Why?

a.) Bob Costas is too smug
b.) Bob Costas needed time off to pen next year's halftime sermons
c.) Bob Costas has pink eye

2.) Construction workers in the South Lake Union neighborhood uncovered what priceless artifact this week?

a.) the last dying breath of Henry Ford
b.) the 8-inch steel pipe that stopped Bertha
c.) a wooly mammoth tusk

3.) University of Missouri All-American defensive end and possible top round NFL draft pic Michael Sam announced what to the world this week?

a.) He is gay
b.) Michael Crabtree is a mediocre receiver
c.) He will be delivering halftime speeches for Bob Costas, who is out with pink eye

4.) The creator of massively popular game called Flappy Bird this week decided to remove the game from app stores. Which is not a reason why?

a.) It was ruining his life
b.) It is too addictive
c.) Flappy Birds is a really dumb name

5.) The Copenhagen zoo came under harsh fire this week because if its decision to do what to a perfectly healthy male giraffe?

a.) enter it in the Kentucky Derby
b.) kill it and feed it to the lions
c.) use it to sell pizzas

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