Alibi V.23 No.15 • April 10-16, 2014 

Crib Notes

Crib Notes: April 10, 2014

SCOTUS
SCOTUS
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1) Elane Photography, a local business that refused to serve LGBT clients, citing religious and First Amendment objections, effectively lost when _____________ refused to hear the case.

a) The High Council of Mars

b) The United States Supreme Court

c)The ruling military junta

d)The Albuquerque City Council

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2) The Isotopes were on the road early this week, taking on the Triple-A squad from Reno, Nev. on Monday and Tuesday. The name of this farm team for the Arizona Diamondbacks is _________________.

a) The Aces

b) The Craps

c) The Lost Weekenders

d) The Muckrakers

“Flower Power”
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3) Following Monday night's City Council meeting on police violence and public safety, vandals hit four police substations. Whoever did this covered the buildings with ______________.

a) Flowers

b) Bibles

c) Scarlet graffiti

d) Poisonous spiders

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4) When a woman bit into her burger at a local Applebee’s, she claims she discovered—to her horror—a ___________.

a) A steel bolt

b) A winning lotto ticket

c) A jazz cigarette

d) A vein

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5) Los Alamos and Sandia National Labs recently received a grant to help develop what kind of technologies?

a) Managing off-planet resources via terraforming

b) Reverse-engineering subspace communication systems

c) Replacing cafeteria workers with sentient robots by 2050

c) Designing systems to perpetuate the existence and use of nuclear weapons

Answers:

1) B. SCOTUS refused to hear a lawsuit brought by a lesbian couple against Elane Photography, effectively ending the case in the couple's favor.

2) A. The Aces are Reno’s AAA ball club.

3) C. The vandals used red paint to leave their mark.

4) A. Diana Almarez said she was aghast to discover a bolt in her burger when she visited an Applebee’s in Albuquerque on Sunday.

5) D. The labs received a $25 million grant to explore new nuclear arms control verification technologies.