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Sunday, August 2, 2009

Just Some Questions

Below are questions I have asked myself throughout the past week. Instead of writing what my answers to them would be I am interested in any answers you may have, or additional questions you have asked yourself.

For the week starting Monday July 27, 2009:

Do you think the residents of Paris complain about the Tour De France closing streets around town the way some people in Long Beach do about the Grand Prix and Marathon?

Do you say, “I love you” to your spouse every day?

Sudoko or crossword?

Who measures your job performance and effectiveness? How accurate is it?

Which invention has brought people closer together, the airplane or the internet?

If it was possible, and you are not already, would you want to have the riches and trappings and being paparazzi famous?

How hard would it be for you to cut 10% out of your expenses each month? 15%?

Who is your best friend? Is the sentiment reciprocated?

It is “fair” to single employees when employers pay te medical insurance coverage for the families of married employees and those with dependents?

Do you like air conditioning?

Who is more nutso, the “birthers” or the “troofers?”

Why do we get more done in the last 15 minutes before a meeting or having to leave than we do in the previous 245 minutes?

Do you tell other drivers when you see their tail light(s) are not working?

Has your home ever been broken into?

What is the furthest you have flown in one flight? Furthest you have travelled by car on one vacation?

Can you name all those who represent you in elected office from President through School Board?

Is it hypocritical of those in favor of legalizing and taxing marijuana to raise revenue in California to be opposed to smoking legal cigarettes?

When there is a list of people on an email why don’t some people “reply all?”

Do you buy your fruits and vegetables first or last when you go to the grocery store?

What change have you taken in the current economic cycle that will have a positive impact on your future?

What happens to the cars the American people paid $1 billion for in the Cash For Clunkers program?

Cookies or Pie?


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