Huckleberries Online

THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 2014, 5:06 P.M.

HucksOnline Trivia

So you're planning to attend Blogfest 2014 but you don't know much of the history. Here's a little quiz to get you up to speed:

  • 1. What was Ramaro-Mitchell? And what connection did it have to tinfoil hats?
  • 2. Which county commissioner banned Huckleberries from the courthouse? (Bonus: Which official defied the ban?)
  • 3. What dress did Trish Gannon wear to a blogfest that drove away Any Mouse?
  • 4. What was the phrase that I used over & over to introduce the Wild Card, during the spring 2012 city recall attempt?
  • 5. What was the original name of my Huckleberries print column?
  • 6. What does the "F" stand for in DFO (careful)?
  • 7. Why does the blog in crowd chuckle when someone asks Christie Wood to bring cupcakes to a blogfest?
  • 8. What specialty side dish is Bay Views' Herb known for?
  • 9. Which blog reader was instrumental in helping me continue blogging through my tough first year?
  • 10. Why did Digger choose his particular pseudonym?

DFO: Answers in drop down box.

•1. A District Judge race between Rami Amaro and John Mitchell that brought out tinfoil followers to HBO in defense of Amaro.
•2. Commissioner Gus Johnson/Clerk Dan English.
•3. Condom dress.
•4. Coeur d'Alene Held Hostage (followed by the Day since the recall petition drive began)
•5. Kootenai Grapevine.
•6. Franklin.
•7. Dan Gookin once referred to her as Sgt. Cupcake.
•8. Potato salad.
•9. Cis Gors/From A Simple Mind.
•10. He works in the funeral business. Digger is a sland word for undertaker.




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