a. Russian women are sleazy tarts and will go out with old, fat French has-been actors;
b. He was high on Absinthe;
c. He did not approve of French morals;
d. The caviar is cheaper;
6. Which remedy best staves off a hangover from rum consumption?
a. Alka Seltzer;
b. Vitamin B complex;
c. Angostura Bitters;
e. Rum consumption.
7. How is Pater Noster related to Notre Dame?
a. He’s married to the hag;
b. She’s his illegitimate French daughter;
c. He plays on the Notre Dame football team;
d. You might say one in Notre Dame;
e. His real name is Nostradamus, which is also Notre Dame!
8. Rami Makhlouf is Bashar Al-Assad’s first cousin. Who is Rami Makhlouf’s first cousin?
a. Riad Al-As’ad;
b. Kamel Al-As’ad;
c. Bashar Al-Assad;
d. Ahmad Al-As’ad;
e. Mustapha Lutfi Al-Manfalouti.
9. Is it possible to ride a bike from Montreal to Vienna?
a. Yeah, if the bike has pontoons;
b. Sure, if the airlines will let you ride your bike up and down the aisles of an aircraft for 22 hours;
c. No, treaty obligations specifically outlaw extended bike voyages;
d. Yes. If the bike is equipped with jet engines and you are wearing an astronaut’s outfit;
e. It is theoretically possible to exploit the once icy arctic perimeter and ride down from Siberia. However, only lunatics or Englishmen would do anything so preposterous.
10. Thomas Mann’s story of a man in love with a beautiful boy in “A Death in Venice” is about what person?
a. Jerry Sandusky;
b. Alexander the Great;
c. John Wayne Gacy;
d. Gustav Mahler;
e. Heinrich Heine.
The winner of this week’s contest will be automatically made a lifetime member of “DENSA”, Syrian Perspective’s elite group of marginalized, antisocial and alienated geniuses. You will wear your badge with pride when you are a “Densie”!
Dertus Moncrief won a membership to DENSA two weeks ago. “My life was changed radically”, he wrote to us in appreciation.