Realistically the Acid test isn't good for real world scenarios before. It tests for obscure compliance scenarios that simply do not happen.
Aren't these ACID tests supposed to be just that - 'acid test'? They are not there to test real world scenarios, they are there to see how far has the standards been adhered to.
See it this way - when you attend a general knowledge quiz, say, you should prepare yourself to face obscure questions from around the world, on almost anything. I've never visited the US, but I need to know who the president is, if I want to have a realistic chance of winning the quiz. If you are going to say "no, that doesn't apply to me, he/she isn't my president/premier", well you're right, but then that isn't a "general knowledge" quiz, it might be your country knowledge test. And the people who are so well versed that they know the capital of East Timor (opera ) aren't going to be content at that (guess what - they may still beat you even if you localise the quiz)