Federal Reserve ‘Teen Jeopardy’ Challenge

February 12th, 2013

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the passing of 1913 Federal Reserve Act ‘Teen Jeopardy’ featured the Federal Reserve as a category. Imagine our elation when the bright young teens blew through the category, answering every question. Is it an indication of a cultural shift? Perhaps. It’s definitely an opportunity for a contest. So, if you think your knowledge of the Fed measures up against these young luminaries, take our Federal Reserve ‘Teen Jeopardy’ Challenge for an opportunity to win some sweet Silver Circle merch. Just remember to phrase your response in the form of a question.

Here’s the challenge. Below are the 5 clues that appeared in the Teen Jeopardy Federal Reserve category. Send your responses to blog@silvercirclemovie.com. Do not, I repeat DO NOT put your answers in the comments section. I won’t accept it. And it’s not in your best interest anyway because you’d just be giving answers to your competition.

Be one of the first 10 people to respond with all 5 correct questions and you’ll win a Silver Circle ‘End the Fed’ Bumper Sticker.

So let’s get started.

$400 Answer

$800 Answer

$1,200 Answer: There are 12 Federal Reserve banks. The one for the 12th district is in this city.

$1,600 Answer

$2,000 Answer

We’ll announce the winners in one week, Tuesday February 19th. But even if you don’t win, you can get these stickers and more cool Silver Circle stuff atwww.SilverCircleMovie.com/Store.

Visit http://www.SilverCircleMovie.com to learn more about our upcoming 3D animated film. And make sure the look for upcoming screenings at http://SilverCircleMovie.com/Events.

 


About the Author: Davi Barker

In grade school Davi refused to recite the pledge of allegiance because he didn't understand what it meant. He was ordered to do as he was told. In college he spent hours scouring through the congressional record trying to understand this strange machine. That's where he discovered Dr. Ron Paul. In 2007 he joined the End The Fed movement and found a political home with the libertarians. The Declaration of Independence claims that the government derives its power “from the consent of the governed." He does not consent.