Trivia Wednesday Services

Let’s look back at where we’ve been in the last week. We had Black Metal Friday, The Sunday Coming Feast, Sunday Sunday Sunday, Cybering Monday (as was promised to us in the 1992 film Lawnmowing Man) and Giving Tuesday, which is actually pronounced .GivingTues. 

Now we find ourselves here, in the throes of Trivia Wednesday. It’s really the easiest holiday to celebrate during Capitalism’s Holy Week. It’s as simple as you registering to play, then showing up for Zoom Service tonight at 7pm.

Of course we’ve also borrowed a bit from other religions. We do ask that upon entering the Holy Zoomiary that you adjust your camera and then check your Air Pods. This is kind of the WIsconsin’s Hardest Trivia take on the old catholic “Spectacles, testicles, wallet and watch/sign of the cross” routine. We could discuss that only a quarter of that analogy is accurate, but that’s for another time. It’s also pretty well known that everyone here at Wisconsin’s Hardest Trivia stares at their screen before just putting their head down five times a day. I’m not going to connect that too closely to a daily Fajr-Dhuhr-Asr-Maghrib-Isha cycle, but it’s at least in the same realm as the sign of the cross bit. 

Anyway, get your team registered, the trivia gods will be pleased with your work: 

  1. Registering for Wisconsin’s Hardest Trivia will be $10/player, or $50/team of six players. Teams can still play with more than six players, but will be docked 10 points for each additional player. Drop your payments on paypal.me/SlashGreg.
  2. Once your team has registered, you’ll get the password to the Zoomiary.
  3. Be sure your teammates know your team name before the game starts, this will allow us to put you on the right team.
  4. Finally, if you have any questions, drop an email on Nick@wisconsinshardesttrivia.com, Anjali@wisconsinshardesttrivia.com or Greg@wisconsinshardesttrivia.com and we’ll get you in the mix.  


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