Are you a Cardinals' fan?
(a simple test for prospective redbird rooters)
the four questions stated below.
When finished, add up
your scores and look up the results in the table. You can use a
calculator or the "Call A Friend" lifeline.
When finished, add up your scores and look up the results in the table. You can use a calculator or the "Call A Friend" lifeline.
------------------- 1. What is Gabby Street? A. A road with higher than permissible chit-chat contamination B. The home address of the Saint Louis Post Dispatch. C. The name of the manager of the 1931 STL team that won the WS. 2. What happened in 1876? A. Nothing. B. Gen. Grant got very tipsy during the Centennial celebrations. C. The Saint Louis National League was started. 3. What is Jasper, IN, famous for? A. A home to the only Museum of Pedestrian Zones in the USA. B. The world’s largest quarry for opaque, colored quartz. C. A place where Scott Rolen attended High School. 4. What spectacular defensive play did Willie McGee make in Game 3 of the WS-82? A. He challenged a running baseman with a squirt gun. B. He poured 2 quarts of a rather overweening laxative into Brewer's water cooler. C. He robbed Gorman Thomas of a homer with a leaping, over the fence snag. ------------------------------------- For each A you get 0 pts, for B 1 point and for each C take 2 pts. Add your scores and take a look at how you do as a Cardinals’ fan: 0 pts - you are a Yankee, go away 1-2 pts - you are a distressingly uninformed citizen of St Louis 3-4 pts - you are a garden variety supporter of the Cardinals 5-6 pts - you are a staunch fan with a photographic memory 7-8 pts - you are the Stan Musial of Cards fans, please, stop by the front office and pick up your framed diploma and a complimentary Trident Nuclear Submarine with an onboard foot massage facility, rectractable roof and a free copy of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Changing Oil in Nuclear Submarines". 9 pts - now this is really something --------------------------------
The successful completion of this
test authorizes you to pass judgement on all Cardinals' plays and to make
predictions about the outcome of the World Series by placing a warm
skillet on your belly button and intently watching the ceiling
© 2004 Jan Rehacek
Through all the doors and all the days
Wouldn't the world be just lovely,
if there was a
simple test for finding out which way is the right one? Alas, there isn't.
Wouldn't the world be just lovely, if there was a simple test for finding out which way is the right one? Alas, there isn't.
Part I. Namesakes
Part II. 7th Inning Stretch of Imagination
Part III. Three Dreams