Alibi V.23 No.9 • Feb 27-March 5, 2014 

Crib Notes

Crib Notes: Feb. 27, 2014

New Mexico Legislature in session
New Mexico Legislature in session
Capitol Report New Mexico
1) During the last moments of this year’s state lawmaking session, SB 347 passed. This legislation provides funding for what program?

a) The Legislative Lottery Scholarship Program

b) The Hanna Skandera Relocation Program

c) The Free Casino Lunch for Senators Program

d) The Governor’s Helicopter Ride Fund

The Strawberry Zots
The Strawberry Zots
Courtesy of the artist
2) Last week, KOB investigative journalist Stuart Dyson reported on economic development in the South Valley. What local rock band featured Dyson in the mid-to-late 1980s?

a) Strawberry Zots

b) Gutter Leaves

c) Walter Pigeon

d) Fountain of Blood

Bridge Boulevard
Bridge Boulevard
Albuquerque Journal
3) According to Dyson’s report, what is the name of one organization fostering economic and business development in the South Valley?

a) The Hispanic Roundtable

b) The City of Albuquerque

c) The Rio Grande Economic Development Corporation


Outside the Waste Isolation Pilot Project (WIPP)
Outside the Waste Isolation Pilot Project (WIPP)
4) Traces of the dangerous heavy metal ____________ were detected last week outside the New Mexico radioactive waste depository known as WIPP.

a) Uranium

b) Americium

c) Plutonium

d) B and C

Inside WIPP
Inside WIPP
CNA Consulting Engineers
5) This potentially disastrous radioactive emanation was preceded by what recent event at the Waste Isolation Pilot Project?

a) The appearance of inter-dimensional beings

b) A Ted Nugent concert

c) Soviet infiltration

d) A fire


1) A. Senate Bill 347 provides funding sources for the lottery scholarship through FY 2016.

2) B. Dyson played in the Gutter Leaves, trust us.

3) C. The Rio Grande Economic Development Corporation is providing local businesses with growth opportunities, according to Dyson.

4) D. Trace amounts of plutonium and americium were detected half a mile from WIPP last week.

5) D. Before the leak, there was the fire.