Okay, nobody has made a guess or come up with the Correct Answer about the track for the new ride at Lenny and Spike's Zero-Friktion (and Zero-Insurance) Thrill Park on Hoon.
I was sure that offering schnapps miniatures instead of pizza slices would attract a New Generation of Guessers, the Generation that buys or shoplifts or downloads its music in an intangible, virtual form. (The DeeJays at WOZQ say it's now common for them to broadcast and webcast .mp3s from their laptops and iPods. But they still have nifty turntables to play the library's old vinyl -- Music You Can See and Touch.)
But nobody, Young or Old, is guessing or answering this schnappsQ about the Thrill Ride.
Is it Hint Time? Okay, hmmmm ... well, there's a CH Connection and a UK connection and a DE connection to this question.
And a wonderful arcane obscure very long fancy word that's in your dictionary, but has been in a Word Coma for a very long time.
That's it, no more hints for now. But please hurry up, Lenny and Spike and their new pal AaaaaaaaahnDrayUh the Smith College EngineerGrrl want to know how to make their new thrill ride the fastest and most dangerous ride in the Zero-Friktion Youth Thrill Park on Hoon.
Anyway, Here's a new PizzaQ, it ain't hard, you don't have to take a university course in Abstract Algebra to get it, you don't even have to use the computer. Pencil and paper and wet human brain, that should do it. (The actor Ed Begley Jr. can compute the date of Easter Sunday for any given year in his head, but that's just sort of strange.)
This one's an Authentic True Real World Problem.
For the first time in decades, Bob has had to weasel out of a Volunteer Gig which will fall on Christmas Day. My Team Leader has been very gracious and understanding, and has totally refrained from Guilt-Tripping me (I'm very easy to Guilt-Trip), but I still feel like worthless slime trash.
Our Homeless Shelter Team, the Cookin' Quakers, cooks and serves dinner the 4th Monday of every month.
For the rest of the 21st Century, how often will we cook and serve on Christmas Day?
4 Slices of Green (spinach) and Red (tomato sauce) Pizza, delivered down the Correct Answerer's chimney in the middle of the night.
You can do this. I did this in 10 minutes. You can do this.