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The Associated Press this week revealed the U.S. government covertly developed what in hopes of fomenting rebellion in Cuba? (Mindy Project photo)

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

This week's contestant is listener Kyrie is from the South Sound. She was named after a Mr. Mister song and is originally from Wisconsin.

1.) The Associated Press this week revealed the U.S. government covertly developed what in hopes of fomenting rebellion in Cuba?

a.) "Cuban Twitter"
b.) a Cuban version of "The Mindy Project"
c.) a Fourth of July parade consisting of nothing but Fidel Castro impersonators

2.) Starbucks this week apologized to a Louisiana woman who found what written in the foam of her latte?

a.) "666"
b.) "Lean In"
c.) "Eat Me"

3.) The Bremerton City Council voted this week to increase fines for people caught giving food to whom?

a.) homeless
b.) tourists
c.) raccoons

4.) The New York Daily news reported this week Mexican drug cartels are responsible for a shortage of what here in the U.S.?

a.) drugs
b.) limes
c.) humans

5.) Doctors in Pennsylvania were amazed to see a north Pittsburgh man survive an accident involving what stuck in his neck?

a.) a chainsaw
b.) a javelin
c.) Ben Rothlisberger's fist

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