Answer Me This
Which Halloween costume is the most offensive? Can people in Santa Fe count? Who wants an afternoon paper? What do you have to do to get free parking around here?
1. A resident protested outside Scott's Halloween Spirit Superstore because:
a) Halloween is the devil's holiday.
b) Sexy nurse outfits are an affront to women in the medical community everywhere.
c) She's offended by pregnant nun and big-crotched priest costumes.
d) She's sick of those cliché pirate costumes.
2. Santa Fe is approaching its 400th anniversary, but there's a catch—no one can agree on when, exactly, it is. Why?
a) No one really knows how Santa Fe became a city. One day, it was just kind of there.
b) You can't read the last digit of the date on the letter adventurer Juan Martinez de Montoya sent to Spain.
c) Simple math evades most Santa Feans. It's all the incense.
d) A couple of historical events can be interpreted as the founding of Santa Fe.
3. Lo and behold, someone's put in a bid to buy the Albuquerque Tribune. Who was it?
a) The president of an advertising firm.
b) The Albuquerque Journal.
c) A group of concerned citizens called The Friends of the Albuquerque Tribune.
d) A band of rebel ninja journalists.
4. The City Council is looking at a bill that will allow which cars to park for free in the city?
a) Any vehicle that hasn't received a red-light camera ticket in the last year.
b) Any fuel-efficient chariot with low emissions.
c) Vehicles being used for business.