Question of the Day

On Monday we asked: A number of writers, most notably Maureen O'Connor writing for New York Magazine's The Cut, have drawn prescient - and, to be honest, rather dispiriting - parallels between the 2016 presidential election and the fictional election depicted in Alexander Payne's brilliant, brutal, and biting 1999 comedy film, Election. If you've never seen it, watch it. Like, now. (If you've got Amazon Prime you can watch it for free here).

If you have seen it, then try to answer the following question: What is the campaign slogan used by Reese Witherspoon's character in the film? (Hint: it's most memorably seen written in tiny letters made out of icing on Witherspoon's campaign cupcakes).

Answer: “PICK FLICK."

Congrats to Michelle Morrissey. She was the first to answer correctly. Honorable mention goes to David Daniel. We know that journalists always answer the call when it comes to food.

Your question for today is ...

Oooh, it's a fill in the blank! Airbnb cofounder and CTO Nathan Blecharczyk said if you offer a ______, you can make on average $10 more per night.

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