1. Based on your understanding of the text, match the characters from Column A with the words or phrases from Column B:
Old Moroccan men
Young Moroccan men
twelve inch toes
Chewing like a pit bull
Rice Chex void
2. What seems to happen to the political tensions surrounding American foreign policy of the 1970s when the simulated Fez cafe scene morphs into the late 1990s? What reasons might the author have for emphasizing Canadians and not mentioning, for example, China or Chinese? Why do you think the Chinese words for "crisis" and "opportunity" are the same? Although don't you bet they pronounce them differently? So many Chinese in the world!
3. Using crayons, magic markers, or a sophisticated computer graphics workstation, draw a picture or diagram of (a) Figurski on the "virgin" Holodeck; (b) Figurski's Math Holo-Lounge; or (c) what Figurski might've looked like at 10 years old after getting caught by their mother playing doctor in the backyard with the Dedberry twins and he explained his theory that girls used to have penises too but when Jesus came along He removed them and stuffed them up inside their butts which is why they pee that way. Display and compare your picture with the Rorschach inkblots on the back of your nametag.