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Quiz was a spectacular show last night, as it is every night. At center stage for this particular quiz: My diminishing voice!
COME watch as Miles struggles to make himself heard!
SEE the sweat form on his forehead as he sees if he can get the mic any closer to his mouth without chipping a tooth!
HEAR the sound of scraping chair legs, as everyone scooches closer to the speakers in the hopes of actually deciphering what some of these questions are!
BELIEVE in the power of Quiz, as somehow, miraculously, Miles is able to read the last question and the rankings for all to hear!
Anyway, if you're wondering, I'm fine. Just don't ask me to, you know, ever speak again.
Here's an idea: from now on I'll type out the questions for quiz, and you can type the answers back to me. In fact, I guess that would mean we don't even need to be in the same place! I'll just send you the questions via the INTERNETS!
IN FACT we will be able to save even MORE time and energy if you will just pick random wikipedia articles to read, and then write questions about them to ask yourself, and then answer them!
Do you see how efficient I have just made things?! Do you see how I have just improved your life!
I want you to do some rigorous scientific testing on this new quiz technique.
This doesn't excuse you from regular quiz, mind you. My new home quiz(©) will not fulfill all of your quizzing needs until it has been fully approved by the FQA (Federal Quizzitary Association). Plus you will need to pay me royalties to play it.
A dude's gotta make a living, right? Especially a dude with no functional vocal cords.
In more specific quizzy news, Admiral Snackbar decided to go easy on my poor delusional sickbrain and change their name to The Cambodian Donut Mafia. Because that is clearly easier to say and/or makes more sense. They then proceeded to maintain their claim to 1st place, leaving newcomers Tyler Perry Presents in their wake, scribbling the word 'penis' over and over like Jack Nicholson in a version of The Shining that was written by a 12-year-old. And way behind either of them was The Green Mile. I assume their name was in memoriam to Michael Clarke Duncan, which is sweet. But also maybe it was in tribute to Sam Rockwell, who is awesome. Or William Sadler, who was Death in Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey. The Green Mile is full of things we can pay tribute to.
Not vomiting flies, though. That was just gross.
See you next week! Bring your friends!