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Sunday, August 16, 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 August 10, 2009 here are some questions I have had:

What is the difference between salsa and relish?

Can you brush your teeth with your non-dominant hand?

If the push to have everyone ride their bike to work in Long Beach proves real successful, how much money will the city lose in parking revenue?

Why do people drive down alleys at any speed over 5 mph?

Mac or PC?

Stimulus bill, Cash For Clunkers, North Korea, Government ownership of automakers, HR3200 (Health Care Reform), would you still vote the way you did in November for the top of the ticket? What about votes further down the ticket for Congress and state offices?

Banana bread or zucchini bread?

I will not ask any questions about Bill Clinton, I don’t need that kind of a shout down.

Anyone offering apologies for lambasting the National Inquirer “a supermarket tabloid” for the John Edwards reporting it did?

Kid #1 Question: Where did you go to elementary school?

With the uproar over White House spying on legal wiretaps, why the silence of White House using cookies to track internet use and collecting emails of opponents of ObamaCare?

Would you hire someone to cold call for your company or product who cannot be understood on the phone?

Was Michael Vick a victim of racism?

What is printed on your favorite t-shirt?

Does anyone in sports, not an athlete, have a better job than Steve Williams?

Did you pick up some trash in a public place that was not yours this week?
Kid #2 Question: Do you like to chew ice?

When all is said and done will Eunice Shriver have left a bigger legacy and longer lasting impact on America and the world than any of her brothers?

What is your favorite sport to participate in? To view in person? To view on television?

If you could win election to any political office which would it be?

One dish, who cooks it and what is it?

Cookies or Pie?

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