Question of the day

Our last question asked: The Holocaust museum wants people to stop doing what? Playing Pokémon Go. Seriously, guys, there's a time and a place. In case it need to be said -- and it apparently does? -- funerals, also, are not the place.

Props to Sara Jacobson at Edelman for being the very first to get that right (and for theorizing "I'm guessing it's the millennials at fault"). Honorable mentions go out to these delightful people for also answering correctly: Ed JoyceLucia A. Walinchus (who notes "Can't say I blame them"), Becky YerakJohn B. LaingEditor Mark Allen (who points out that the Pokémon are found at a "PokéStop. Or Pokéstop. Or, @APStylebook suggests, Pokestop"), Charlotte LoBuono (who is mystified as to "Why is Pokemon suddenly trending, anyway?"), Jade WalkerMaureen MacGregor (who suggests Pokémon Go should "Just go"), Elaine K. Howley (who pleads "Make it stop"), Jessica LaheyDaniella (who advises "Seriously people. Look at where you are"), KimMic (who protests "Bit miffed you've made me mention that which I'm so tired of!"), MartinBerlinerDebra WoogAndi DiehnDave LaFontaine (who suggests chasing Pokémon "qualifies as either life-affirming defiance -or utter idiocy"), Judyth MermelsteinRichelleCindi LashElisabetta TosiM_HeschmeyerMark Gibbs (who confesses "Don't know how people find the time to play, I barely have time to answer @muckrack").

As for today's question, here it is: What two (perhaps unexpected) penpals are the focus of a recent T Magazine feature?

Click here to submit your answers to @MuckRack. IMPORTANT: If you choose not to click that link, please include the word "answer" in your tweet so we can find it (the link will automatically do so for you)!

... We’ll announce the winners in the next Daily!

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