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A Las Vegas tourist who was dissatisfied with the in-room sex act he received from a stripper responded by doing what?

A. Demanding a full refund ($275) from the escort company the following day.

B. Calling Metro Police to complain.

C. Filing a federal lawsuit for $1.8 million to compensate for the “tragic event.”

D. Claiming he was too drunk to make an informed agreement with the stripper.

E. All of the above.

During a recent drug bust at a home in Las Vegas, where did authorities find dozens of marijuana plants?

A. In a dryer.

B. In a children’s bedroom.

C. In a heating duct.

D. In grandma’s closet.

Which is the best-selling Girl Scout cookie of all time?

A. Samoas

B. Thin Mints

C. Peanut Butter Patties (Tagalong)

D. Shortbread

E. Caramel deLites, the ones that say “Lead,” as in what Girl Scouts should do within their communities, but could also read “Lead,” as in the poisonous heavy metal that is toxic to many organs and can cause death.

Only one state scored significantly lower than Nevada in fourth grade reading in 2009 on the standardized National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) test. Which was it?

A. Alaska

B. Mississippi

C. Louisiana

D. Montana

Answers 1: E Hubert Blackman of New York City filed suit against Las Vegas Exclusive Personals saying he needs medical treatment for a mental condition resulting from a paid act of prostitution and subsequent arrest threat by Metro Police after he called Metro to complain. 2: B Metro Police discovered $150,000 worth of marijuana plants in a western Valley home on January 23, including dozens in a room where two children, ages 8 and 9, were sleeping. 3: B Thin Mints account for 25 percent of sales. The six flavors of Girl Scout cookies you’ve never heard of combine for 23 percent of the sash and snack market. 4: C Nevada’s average score was 211, while Louisiana scored an average of 207 on the nationwide assessment. Mississippi (211) and Alaska’s (211) scores were not statistically different from Nevada’s, while Montana (225) fared dramatically better. But, come on, no one lives in Montana.


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