Freakonomics Quiz: Twice Is Enough

Last week something that has never happened to me before in my life, occurred twice, independently, in two days.

What was it? First correct answer in the comments section gets Freakonomics swag.

Although that is a meager set of hints, I’ve found that no matter how hard the quiz, Freakonomics blog readers can answer just about any question within an hour. I’ll be curious to see what happens on this one.

Update: Here is the answer to this contest.


Jeff

You were stopped on the street/in a public place and asked for your autograph.

Jay Dreyer

You got a ticket (speeding/parking...).

Chris Castellani

You were involved in a car accident?

Alex

You were asked for your autograph?

guest

Sure. Sure. It's never happened before. That's what they all say.

Adam W

Flat tire

Evan P

Bird pooped on your head

Julie

Speeding ticket?

icy

you got in a fight?

Mike

You got something right? (ducks)

Ryan Phelps

Eight ball break.

Frank

car accident

John

You were ticketed?

AdamC

Speeding ticket.

mike g

Flat tire

Adam

You got a tooth cavity?

Nanno

Your wife said you were absolutely right.

Ben

A stranger recognized you while out on the street (at a non-economics related event/venue).

Daniel

Speeding ticket?

Steven

Hole in one.

Denis V

You got recognized in public?