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1. State quarters
When I was young and naive, I collected the official state quarters because I thought maybe they'd be worth something someday.
Pick one and name the state
Here are stills from twelve of my favorite motion pictures.
Pick one and name the film
3. An album cover
Here are redacted covers from 12 albums I love.
Name the artist
who released one of them.
4. Mass-transit systems
You guys know I like mass transit, right? I also like graphic design.
Name the city primarily served
by the transportation service indicated by one of these logos.
Here are twelve television characters I've been told resemble me in some way, for better or for worse.
Name the show
on which your selected character appears.
6. World leaders
When I was young, I thought I'd grow up to be the Leader of the Free World. (Tremble in horror.)
Name a current world leader
7. Faceless art
I've been studying art as of late. Pick one of these faceless excerpts from a timeless piece and name the artist
8. Country shapes
I enjoy the strange shapes many countries have taken.
Name one of the countries
presented here, not to scale. (N.B. spaces between parts of the same country are
9. Historic dates
I'm a firm believer in memorizing year Pavlovs; if I hear Battle of New Orleans
, for example, I can immediately spit out 1815
Pick one of the works here and name the year
in which the event portrayed took place.
The summer after I graduated from Middlebury, the administration unveiled a new logo
. It was quickly met with near-universal derision, and the college ditched it.
The logo was created by the firm now known as Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv, which had greater success with the twelve designs below. Pick one and name the brand
11. The App Store
Here are twelve icons that appear, at present, on my home screen.
Pick one and name the associated app
12. Game shows
Name a game show
featured in one of these screenshots, at least one of which was on my family's television on any given day when I was young.
Don't worry about being specific; "Lingo", "Super Lingo", and "Lingo '98", if those varieties existed, would all count as the same answer.
Tiebreaker: fewest singletons, then fewest doubletons, etc.