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Sunday, November 8, 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 November 2, 2009 here are some questions I have had:

What is the goal of health care reform?

Did you root for the Yankees?

Absentee ballot or visit your polling place?

Greatest living American author?

Is it harder to lose weight and diet or cut expenses and save money?

Greatest dead American author?

Did you make a new friend this week?

How does creating 111 new agencies or departments in the Federal government make health care cheaper and more accessible?

Are your pumpkins still on your porch?

Has anyone done the math?

Does the title to my post on Wednesday look pretty familiar to one used by a popular Long Beach website discussing the aftermath of the parcel tax vote?

What are you feelings on the amount of Federal spending in 2009 and spending obligations into the future?

What old friend did you reconnect with this week?

When is the best time for a daily walk, morning, lunchtime, evening?

Should juveniles convicted as adults be subject to all the same punishments?

How often do you use a dictionary?

How many cars have you owned and how many have been manufactured by American companies?

Are you down to that Halloween candy that no one really wants?

What was your guilty pleasure this week?

Sweater or sweatshirt?

What do you think about moving “Just Some Questions” to Fridays to see if we can get more responses?

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.

1 comment:

Charles S said...

What is the goal of health care reform?
- Who knows? Do we really need it?

Did you root for the Yankees?
- Nope, and not for the Philly's either.

Absentee ballot or visit your polling place?
- Absentee (how about on-line?)

Greatest living American author?
- President Obama?

Is it harder to lose weight and diet or cut expenses and save money?
- cut expenses and save money - forces a diet and weight loss

Greatest dead American author?
- Mark Twain

Did you make a new friend this week?
- nope

How does creating 111 new agencies or departments in the Federal government make health care cheaper and more accessible?
- It doesn't. In a social state, the government is the largest employer.

Are your pumpkins still on your porch?
- Didn't have one this year.

Has anyone done the math?
- nope, no one can find the real numbers (as opposed to all the imaginary numbers being used).

Does the title to my post on Wednesday look pretty familiar to one used by a popular Long Beach website discussing the aftermath of the parcel tax vote?
- Yes

What are you feelings on the amount of Federal spending in 2009 and spending obligations into the future?
- despondent, depressed and discouraged over the debt.

What old friend did you reconnect with this week?
- oops, forgot to, old age issue with memory..

When is the best time for a daily walk, morning, lunchtime, evening?
- morning, if awake.

Should juveniles convicted as adults be subject to all the same punishments?
- yes, or why charge them as adults?

How often do you use a dictionary?
- too often, I should know the language better than I do.

How many cars have you owned and how many have been manufactured by American companies?
- 9 cars, 3 American made. currently foreign.

Are you down to that Halloween candy that no one really wants?
- Nope, took it to work and let the crew chose and chew.

What was your guilty pleasure this week?
- Went out for dinner

Sweater or sweatshirt?
- sweatshirt, can get it dirty without guilt.

What do you think about moving “Just Some Questions” to Fridays to see if we can get more responses?
- First time to respond, either is OK with me

Cookies or Pie?
- Cookies, potentially more variety in a single serving