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An erroneous news report this week said North Korea was requiring male university students to get the same haircut as their leader Kim Jong-Un. What was the haircut called? (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E, File)

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

Listener Mike from Redondo drives a concrete truck and calls himself an old dad. He is 50 and has a 4-year-old and a 1-year-old.

1.) The NFL took a brave stand against game-time celebrations this week, banning what form of celebration?

a.) The Lambeau leap
.) Dunking the football over the goalpost
c.) Any sack dance that resembles 'two angels dancing while chocolate is coming from the heavens'

2.) A small town in Texas will pay Ted Nugent $16,000 to do what at this year's Fourth of July festivities?

a.) Play the "Wango Tango" 14 times fast because it's 2014
b.) Shoot flaming arrows from his butt
c.) Not perform

3.) An Iowa Senate candidate said this week what unique skill set makes her uniquely qualified to represent her state in Washington, D.C.?

a.) her hog castrating skills
b.) her ability to polish off an entire "Moons Over MyHammy" breakfast at Denny's
c.) She was also once the state fair corn husking queen

4.) An erroneous news report this week said North Korea was requiring male university students to get the same haircut as their leader Kim Jong-Un. What was the haircut called?

a.) the "Chinese smuggler"
b.) the "Our Beloved Leader"
c.) the "Touch My Hair, You're a Deadman"

5.) Which Hollywood star is helping Vladimir Putin promote his new KGB fitness regime?

a.) Jean-Claude Van Damme
b.) Steven Seagal
c.) Jonah Hill

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