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Not My Job: Booker T. Jones Takes A Quiz On Funyuns

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Not My Job: Booker T. Jones Takes A Quiz On Funyuns

Not My Job: Booker T. Jones Takes A Quiz On Funyuns

Not My Job: Booker T. Jones Takes A Quiz On Funyuns

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Booker T. Jones arrives at the Hyatt Regency Century City Plaza Hotel in California on May 9.
Richard Shotwell /Invision/AP
Booker T. Jones arrives at the Hyatt Regency Century City Plaza Hotel in California on May 9.
Richard Shotwell /Invision/AP

Booker T. Jones — leader of the soul band Booker T. & the M.G.'s — made it big in 1962 with the song "Green Onions." But since "Green Onions" sounds suspiciously natural for the United States, we've decided to quiz him on Funyuns instead: three questions about the crunchy, onion-flavored snack food.

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