This week’s questions:
- What words does Lady Gaga have tattooed on her left arm as a tribute to her fans?
- What strange Southeast Asian mammal smells like a batch of fresh, hot buttered popcorn?
- What emergency use was made of coconut water by British and Japanese medics during World War II?
- For what alleged minor offense was Martin Luther King Jr. arrested and jailed in January 1956 while he was leading the Montgomery, Alabama, bus boycott?
- What Hollywood heartthrob provided the voice of Sparky, Stan’s gay dog, in the animated TV comedy South Park?
This week’s answers:
- “Little Monsters,” which is what she affectionately calls her followers.
- The binturong, which is also known as the Asian bearcat.
- It served as an intravenous fluid to rehydrate patients. Coconut water, which is found in young coconuts, acts like a saline solution when mixed with plasma.
- Driving 30 mph in a 25 mph zone, an offense that usually resulted in a citation rather than an arrest. Four days after his arrest–his first ever–King’s house was bombed.
- George Clooney, in an episode originally aired in 1997.
Source: Workman Publishing/”Page-A-Day”