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Badge Drop #3: POP QUIZ, HOT SHOTS

Fri, 06/29/2018 - 5:03pm by Sara W

WHAT'S UP, SUMMER GAMERS?? Seriously, what is up? This is a test, and yes, spelling counts. Luckily, it's multiple choice. So, spelling won't really count.

Question: What's up?

A) The sun!
B) The temperature!
C) Badges!
D) Beautiful banners borne by branch buildings! 

And the answer, intrepid gamers? Ah HA! You guessed it. You are too clever!

It is:

E) ALL OF THE ABOVE!!!!!!

Let us return for a moment to multiple choice option C: Badges! A brand new batch of brilliant badges are ready and waiting for you to DECIPHER their riddles, ABSORB their unusual facts, and CHORTLE at their wordplay. This week's badge drop brings you PANDAS! PUFFERS! PARKS!

This week's badge drop also gives you PURPOSE. No, not a reason to live (though Summer Game is an excellent reason to live) but a PURPOSE to go visit Zingerman's Bakehouse and Food Gatherers!

 

Badge Drop #3

Eats Shoots and Leaves image
Worm Your Way In image
Meet Bob image
So Car So Good image
Black Teeth's Back image
Human Body Theater image
Aztec-nical Difficulties image
Cover Up to Cover Up image
Ghost Writers image
A Day in the Life image
Bandemer Hop image
Zingerman's Bakehouse Breeze In image
Swing Out to Food Gatherers image

 

Now then, let us return for another moment to the pop quiz. Multiple choice options A: The sun! and B: The temperature! are NO JOKE!

It's gonna be HOT, hot as the fury of a summer gamer who missed a program code by 10 minutes. Temperatures are rising like POINT TALLIES around here!

Enter multiple choice option D: Beautiful banners borne by branch buildings! No better time to make a grand tour of AADL buildings and COOL OFF COLLECTING CODES!!!!

Let's close things out with one last pop quiz.

Question:

True or false: THANKS FOR PLAYING!!!!!!!!!!!

 

(Answer: True!!!)

Comments

Is there any way to make the catalog search NOT return results for words spelled similarly to my search terms? It's frustrating to search for a word, have the first result contain the word, and then the next 20 results to be a word that is one letter off from what I searched (for example, clue 3 from Human Body Theater).

One of the features of the catalog is that it will include results that are one letter off from your search terms; this is super-helpful when you've misspelled something but not so much when your search term is one letter away from a popular word. However, you can always limit your results to just exact matches by putting quotes around your search. Hope that helps; thanks for asking, SBNB!

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