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A California man this week announced plans to sue McDonalds. Why?

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

This week's player is listener Rachel from Tulalip. She's 35 years old, studying physics at SPU. She's also, single mom, and works days at Boeing.

1.) Radio Shack announced plans this week to close 1,100 stores. Why?

a.) disappointing holiday sales numbers
b.) they ran out of remote control car batteries
c.) sales associates were recommending people shop at Target

2.) The developers behind Seattle's "Great Wheel" say they want to add what people-moving device to the city's transportation arsenal?

a.) hoverboards
b.) a gondola
c.) a giant underground tunnel; one that would run the length of Seattle's waterfront.

2.) A California man this week announced plans to sue McDonalds. Why?

a.) his ice water was too cold
b.) the Hamburglar represents an unfair characterization of regular burglars
c.) he was denied additional napkins

4.) United Airlines announced plans this week to crack down on what?

a.) people carrying on oversized luggage
b.) people wearing sweat suits
c.) kids

5.) Unilever dropped plans this week for a billboard that referred to New Jersey as what?

a.) a "poor man's New York"
b.) the "armpit of America"
c.) "just like Rhode Island, but more corrupt"

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