The Quiz: June -- Part 3

Federal judges ruled that internet users have the right to: A. Cybersex B. Cyberdrugs C. Fondle their computer, just not in the office please D. Expand their horizons with pedophiles from all over the worldPunishment for Marge Schott:A. She loses control of the Reds for two yearsB. George Steinbrenner put in charge of spendingC Reds players all forced to smoke two packs a dayD. Go to her bunker and await the final solutionWhat Bob Dole claims he can do now that he's no longer a Senator:A. Make bold movesB. Make bold moves cautiously and in a prudent mannerC. Swear up a stormD. Admit that Kansas is flat and boring E. Refer to himself by his initials which he says stand for "Bad Dude"Name given to Serbian territory that is the only issue holding up a Bosnian arms agreement:A. Republic of SerbiaB. Viscious enemy landC. Land with a bunch of Serbs on itD. SerbsgotitfornowvilleThe White House gathered FBI files on 341 Republicans in what President Clinton called (choose one):A: An unfortunate mistakeB: A tribute to NixonWhy Southern Baptists are going to boycott Disney World:A. Gay groups are being let into the parkB. They realized Mickey is parading around half nakedC. It costs too damn much

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