Proof of Age – EGA

[audio: Leftys.mp3]


In the original, 1987 EGA version, you can bypass the trivia quiz completely by just pressing Alt-X.

“Tiptoe Through the Tulips” was recorded by (c) Tiny Tim
“Where’s the…” (c) beef?!
A nehru jacket is (b) out of date
Bourbon Street is in (d) New Orleans, Louisiana
Calvin Klein is (c) a clothing designer
Captain Kangaroo’s sidekick was (d) Mr. Greenjeans
Charlie McArthy and (d) Edgar Bergen
Does a pair of queens beat 3 deuces? (a) Yes, in Blackjack
Herb Alpert and the ____ Brass? (a) Tijuana
How many molecules are there in a glass of water? (d) as many as there are
I find computer games with adult content (b) acceptable
If a physician were on an island with Bo Derek, he would (d) thank God
If Bo Derek were here, I’d ask her to (d) stop playing computer games
It’s not nice to fool (b) mother nature
Joe Dimaggio played (b) Baseball
Lee Harvey killed (c) John F. Kennedy
Mohammed Ali is (c) a professional boxer
Peter Piper picked pickled (c) peppers
Sergent Pepper was (c) the leader of the lonely hearts club band
The largest state is (b) Alaska
The last name of Annette (on the Mickey Mouse Club) was (c) Funicello
The most effective form of birth control is (a) abstinence
The most likely place to find virgins is (c) St. Mary’s Girl’s School
The most populous city in the US is (c) New York
The result of Watergate was (c) Richard Nixon quit
Utah is full of (d) none of the above
When playing Monopoly you (b) must own 4 houses before building a hotel
Which is non-alcoholic (c) Perrier
Which is not a car? (d) Toshiba
Which is not a cheese? (d) Reisling
Which is not a city in Mexico? (c) San Diego
Which is not an American armed force? (d) the national league
Which is not in Hawaii? (c) Fiji
Who has not been US attourney general? (b) Sam Shepard
Who is buried in Grants tomb? (d) Mrs. Grant
Who was not a famous musician? (d) Tom Garvey
Who was not a politician? (c) W.C. Fields
Who was not an astronaut? (a) John Milton
Who was the leader of Nazi Germany? (d) Adolf Hitler
Who wrote “To be or not to be”? (a) Will. Shakespeare