Two coins add up to 30 cents. One of them is not a nickel. What are they?
It’s an old riddle and if you’ve watched Scrubs you probably know they had an episode that revolved around it. (And yeah, it also later reappeared in that weird déjà vu episode).
Anyway, I’m bringing this up because I now have physical proof of the answer after beating Adam in a one-on-one push-up contest. I did 29, he did 23. And at the price of 5 cents per push-up completed I came away with a shiny quarter and nickel.
Our copy of Under the Radar's Music vs. Comedy issue arrived on Friday and after spending the weekend looking through it I was pleasantly surprised to see features on actors from some of favorite TV shows (Parks & Recreation, Community) along with a couple of Polyvinyl mentions.
If you’re not a subscriber, head to the nearest bookstore or newsstand to read a conversation between Modern Family's Ty Burrell and Emil from Loney Dear and also find out what Aziz Ansari is listening to (spoiler alert: he recommends Vivian Girls).
Our new Perfectly Crystal digital single is now available for purchase through all digital retailers! On top of remixes by Xiu Xiu, Beach Fossils and Mirrors, this EP features an exclusive B-side “Vicious Bears.”
Adam and I took a crack at a shortened version of the Wonderlic Test — an exam that’s used to assess the intellectual abilities of potential employees and is famously given to football players prior to the draft.
Instead of the standard 50 question test, we had four minutes to complete 15 queries that covered subjects ranging from algebra to logic to vocabulary.
We both missed the same two questions, but I bested Adam on the answer to the multiple choice question below to come out ahead by one point.
The hours of daylight and darkness in September are nearest equal to the hours of daylight and darkness in
1. June 2. March 3. May 4. November
Interested in finding out your score? Head over to ESPN’s Page 2 to give it a try.