November 23rd, 2005 by Bob Bly
A recent mailing for the National Constitution Center noted somewhat cynically that more teenagers can name the members of the Three Stooges than can name the three branches of government.
What this tells us, I think, is that young people find the government and politics increasingly irrelevant, incompetent, evil, or some combination of these ? and that popular culture plays a more important role in their lives.
I know readers of this blog can name the three branches of government. But is pop culture also important to you?
Answer the questions below and judge for yourself:
1. What is Herman Munster?s home address?
2. What is the serial number on the original U.S.S. Enterprise?
3. Name the three teenage boys who have teamed with Batman as Robin?
And of course, searching the Internet to get the answers is cheating.
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