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Sunday, September 6, 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 31, 2009 here are some questions I have had:

Why are there still so many businesses that do not have any presence on the web?

The state cannot afford to keep felons in jail so they release over 25,000 of them with no jobs in a state with about 15% unemployment?

Math/Science or English/History?

From Dave, the Poolman: If you could save someone's life by forcibly breaking an innocent person's arm against their will, would you? If you would not, would you stand in judgment of someone who would?

Lamb chops or pork chops?

Is Diane Watson really the best that district has to offer?

What song has been going through your head lately that you cannot get rid of?

Wednesday marked the debut of the first ATM machine, do you know what year?

Canada has a population of about 10% of the United States and the United Kingdom’s is about 20%, both their health care systems are failing patients, and people think increasing the number of patients in this type of system by 5 to 10 times will be better?

Shaken or stirred?

Isn’t amazing how poorly our leaders communicate with their constituents? How come so few seem to be able to answer questions and deal with some adversity and adversaries at their meetings?

What percentage of the employees at Chase, or AIG, or Citigroup earn over $90,000 in base salary? Do you think it is more or less than the 18% of the workforce for the City of Long Beach who earn $90,000 or more?

Have you ever checked out the CIA World Factbook?

Overheard at Deseo Restaurant in Scottsdale: Does all your ceviche have so much fish?

New YorkTimes editorial if Bush first asked for e-mails from those who disagree with him and then piped promotional video into classrooms asking children to ask what they can do to help him?

Should voters have to show ID in order to vote?

Do you reuse paperclips?

Do you support public ballots?

Is health insurance a right?

Baked or mashed potato?

How reliant are you on spell-check?

Who is your favorite college football team? Pro?

Does being “pro-business” mean someone is “anti-consumer?”

What caused you to laugh really hard this week?

What book are you reading? Is it any good?

Cookies or Pie?

So those are the questions, what are your answers? Click on the comments button below and let us know what you think.


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