Question of the day

Due to a glitch during the process of saving yesterday's Question of the Day, our Wednesday QOTD was left out of the newsletter version of the Daily! Our apologies for that--although most of you had hilarious responses for our missing question. Craig Pittman of the Tampa Bay Times was the first to notice the error, so we agreed to name him the winner! We'll also give credit to David Daniel of CNN for doing his best to answer a questionless question, as well: "the Invisible Man?" Special mentions go out to Ken Walker, Alva Lewis, Miriam van Ommeren and Alan Blaustein for all trolling us by responding with blank tweets of their own. Also, kudos to Tom Burton for answering "42. It's a guess since the question was a mystery," Andrew Holtz for answering "zen," Anna Reitman for answering "the dingo ate your baby..."), Cindi Lash for kindly expressing concern for our well-being, Ron Casalotti for answering "Nihilism - the belief that all values are baseless and that nothing can be known," Hollywood Highlands for replying "The answer is nothing!" Battelle for replying "What is, 'The most open-ended question in the history of @muckrack?'" Eve Byron for theorizing "April Fools in May?" and Matthew Hurst for answering "what is the emperor has no question?"

The actual question was supposed to be: During Saturday night's "fight of the century," what was on Jimmy Kimmel's T-shirt as he walked behind Manny Pacquiao's in his "posse?" The answer to that was a Pac-Man eating miniature Mayweather heads. Thanks to Ken Walker, Craig Pittman and Cindi Lash for getting that right, too!

As for today's question, here it is: Speaking of Kimmel, how is he honoring rival late night host David Letterman's final episode as the head of The Late Show?
 
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