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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the working title of Kurt's book?
(a) Who Is This God Person Anyway?
(b) If God Were Alive Today.
(c) What Were We Thinking?
(d) More of God's Greatest Mistakes.
2. What is the only proof Kurt needs for the existence of God?
(b) The singing of birds.
(c) The sunrise.
(d) His children.
3. What type of doctor is Kurt's son?
(d) General Practitioner.
4. According to Kurt, what are we not born with?
5. When did Mark Twain write "The Mysterious Stranger?"
6. According to tabloids, how long have alien anthropologists been studying the human race?
(a) Ten generations.
(b) Ten centuries.
(c) Ten years.
(d) Ten minutes.
7. Whose line of Democratic tradition does Kurt belong to?
(a) Richard Herbert Nixon.
(b) Bill Clinton.
(c) Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
(d) John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
8. Who is Kurt's hero?
(a) Ignaz Semmelweis.
(b) Mark Twain.
(c) Louis Pasteur.
(d) Johann Klein.
9. What was the 'sappy woman' about to have?
(a) A party.
(b) A baby.
(c) A fit.
10. Who was President during the 1848 war with Mexico?
11. Who wrote <I>The Tin Men</i>?
(a) Claire Tomalin.
(b) Werner Heisenberg.
(c) Michael Frayn.
(d) Max Reinhardt.
12. How tall are the aliens?
(a) Six meters.
(b) Six centimeters.
(c) Six inches.
(d) Six feet.
13. In what country did Kurt experience the best rhythm-and-blues combo he had ever heard?
14. At the time of writing, what is the only way to learn what is going on?
15. What can Kurt not do well now that he is 82?
(a) Read road signs.
(b) Parallel park.
(d) Change gears.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the New York Times guarantee were in Iraq?
2. In what state was Kurt's business located?
3. What does each short chapter in "Cat's Cradle" represent?
4. What did humanists used to be referred to as?
5. What do humanists not believe in?
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