I accidentally hit submit before I could point out an error (I believe) in one of the questions near the end. It was an answer. I forget the question but it was something about NATO's alphabet (ex: Charlie, Victor etc.,) , well in the answers it gave a misspelling of "Alpha" as "alfa" (which prompted me to choose Aardvark, though I knew that was wrong too).
I know it seems minor but it isn't for 2 reasons:
1. It's an Alphabet question that is misspelled. Irony anyone? Unless it is spelled "alfa" then I retract.
2. This is on a "challenge" game not just an individual quiz where in hindsight may not be such a big deal. It was a misspelling in an answer.
Correct answers, not only by the person writing the answer but also the person choosing it, are important in such challenges.
I think it said only 52% of people got it right. I bet most, like me, who got it wrong did so because of the spelling.
I'm on the road less traveled...