The answer to, and winner (if any) for,
our last contest question of:
This cartoon character has an IQ of 222! And his name is a synonym for nerd. Name him.
Poindexter, the brainiac friend of Felix the Cat.
I had no winner. Seems y'all were too busy putting tape on your glasses and pencils in your pocket pouch!
Now on to a new Q.:
Win a copy of
my NEW cd CALLED ‘30′! - (first anti-band CD) or
my NEWER cd CALLED ‘NEXT”
or my NEWEST cd CALLED ‘THIRDS” (May ‘07)
or my NOW RELEASED cd CALLED 'FOUR-TH'
Hunkasaurus.com (has them all plus videos and more)
if you are the first to e-mail me at THIS NEW ADDRESS:
with the correct answer to this art question*
To boost ratings and keep from closing, this 1835 American Newspaper started a series of article about creatures on the moon. The first told of an astronomer looking through the world's newest and biggest telescope. (Later they wrote that the telescope was 200 feet across and weighed 14,826 pounds). He saw rivers and a tropical jungle. The initial article left the reader there. Then followups filled in the fictional gaps. The articles were a sensation! Name the paper
Readers, IF you like these puzzles and would
like to resend them to friends, post them on any
newsgroup, or any website, please do so.
The more the merrier!
For tons of past quizzes go to,
the musea website at musea.us
or the Musea blog at musea.wordpress.com
And don't forget the music/videos at hunkasaurus.com
http://www.Myspace.com/Musead (New Friends welcome)
http://www.youtube.com/TomHendricksMusea (all my videos)
(editor of the 16 year old zine Musea)