A shadowy figure in the previous World War was Nazi military operative Otto Skorzeny. He is famous for his elaborate operation to free Benito Mussolini from prison, and later he headed up an operation to subvert Allied defenses in the Battle of the Bulge. He and his men dressed up as American soldiers and infiltrated American lines. They spoke perfect English, but Americans caught on and began to ask suspicious characters questions from American culture. Like, who or what are the White Sox?
Decades have come and gone, and we now learn American troops are finding a bounty on their heads. We can never be too careful. That stranger you meet on the street could be a Russian assassin. Here are some questions you should ask. Only a real American can answer correctly.
- How many days did it take to hitch hike from Saginaw?
- So, you drove your Chevy to the levee. What did you find there?
- Where did you leave your heart?
- You should set your feet to the sunny side of what?
- What does Old Man River keep doing?
- “Ain’t …” What is it you ain’t doing?
- You need to get out of the way of Old Dan Tucker, because he’s too late to get what?
- There are no stars up in the sky. Why?
- I can’t get no… What is it I can’t get no?
- If you got the previous one, then this will be easy. I see a red door, and I want to paint it what color?
- How long is the Camptown racetrack?
- What can you get at Alice’s Restaurant?
You know what? If a stranger can answer all these correctly he’s obviously a Russian agent. Shoot him?