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Geeks Who Drink & Pride @ Club Edge



Quiz Show: Geeks Who Drink
It would feel a lot better losing a quiz game if you were drunk (see Cash Cab for proof of this). A genius in Colorado has taken that concept, and the Irish pub quiz tradition, to “next-level” status, incorporating multi-media quiz questions and opportunities to win stuff. Geeks Who Drink are even going to the next pub-quiz extreme and uniting teams from all over the country in an annual Geek Bowl in Colorado, where on Jan. 4, the annual contest’s top finishers garnered a $2,000 purse.

You can now join what is becoming a growing craze at several venues in Salt Lake City. Don’t let the name stop you, though. The questions aren’t all “scientifical” like “Geek” implies. They’re relatively easy—as in, easy enough for drunk people—and cover a range of topics like “Country Music That Doesn’t Suck.” One sample question: “Which late-night so-called comedian is going to host the Emmys in August? You know, the unfunny douchebag?” Start thinking about your team name now; they’re pretty intricate these days: Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf, Bono’s Back and Lightning Struck Old Faithful–9 People Were Injured were all competing on a recent night, for example. Check out the drinking geeks at the following locations and times:

• Mondays: A Bar Named Sue, 8 p.m. (3928 S. Highland Drive)
Tuesdays: The Huddle, 8 p.m. (2400 East Fort Union Blvd.)
Wednesday: Piper Down, 7 p.m. (1492 South State)

Pride 2010: Club Edge “Toast of Pride”
Club Edge (615 N. 400 West) won the “Toast of Pride” honors for their amazing club nights all Pride 2010 weekend long. Congrats to Jeffrey Hacker and Co. for hosting such great nights. Their Sunday “Papi Chulo” event, hosted by Manuel Arano, was a huge smash, welcoming all comers (Latin and not) under a multicolored balloon arch.




Club Edge hot shots:
1. Chris Lucero, Elma Ceric
2. George Jaramillo, Eric Freeburg
3. Miguel Nieto, Nicole McDonald

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