In fact, I'll go further (and you can't stop me ;o))
Whenever I miss the intended point of one of these questions, it's usually because I've not paid attention to the title, or because I've formulated my opinion as to the correct answer based on the version that appears in the daily email. The daily email of course does not include the title, or the answers.
Maybe if (as a minimum) the title of the question were included in the mail, I'd be more likely to know what subtleties to be looking for when I came to the site to answer, rather than just clicking the answer I'd already decided on and then wishing to express my opinions on the same when I believe the question is too much of a 'trick'.*
Anyway I'm done. Like I say, I'm not bothered that I got it wrong, just that it was hard for the wrong reasons.
* A trick question, to clarify my meaning is any question where there are a set of obvious answers (e.g. Yes/No) where the actual answer is none of those, and is a reference to some other subtlety involved in the process - one where you have to read the title and all the answers to know what it's actually asking...