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On a new quiz show I was just watching, "Survival Guide," a contestant is pitted against originally 100 people in booths, who also guess the answer. The contestant wins $1000 for an answer per person in a booth, if she is correct and they are not.

First question, she gains $1000 because someone did not know what claustrophobia meant. (99 contestants left.)

Second question all 99 people and contestant knew about Christ and Dec 25.

Third question: If Santa Clause parallel parks his sleigh, what is perpendicular to this position? A) The side doors B) The back of the sleigh C) The runners of the sleigh.

Before the contestant could answer, the question was graded on the 99 people in the booth. 54 OF THEM WERE WRONG. Thus she would have picked up an additional $54,000 if correct, BUT SHE WAS ALSO WRONG AND DISQUALIFIED!

Talk about a low comprehension of math, innumercy,this seems to defy belief!

First question, she gains $1000 because someone did not know what claustrophobia meant. (99 contestants left.)

Second question all 99 people and contestant knew about Christ and Dec 25.

Third question: If Santa Clause parallel parks his sleigh, what is perpendicular to this position? A) The side doors B) The back of the sleigh C) The runners of the sleigh.

Before the contestant could answer, the question was graded on the 99 people in the booth. 54 OF THEM WERE WRONG. Thus she would have picked up an additional $54,000 if correct, BUT SHE WAS ALSO WRONG AND DISQUALIFIED!

Talk about a low comprehension of math, innumercy,this seems to defy belief!

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