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 Saturday November 7, 2009 here are some questions I have had:
What would Nancy Pelosi look like if her cosmetic surgery was through a “public option?”
If you nickname was a car make or model what would it be?
Revisiting a question from a month or so ago, if you are not a government worker: Have you been at all adversely impacted by government employee furlough days?
Is “My City Was Gone” more identifiable with The Pretenders and Chrissie Hynde or Rush Limbaugh?
Cable or satellite?
Brush or sponge when doing the dishes?
Number one thing federal government can do to generate 1,000,000 more jobs in the private sector?
Should the White House and Congress concentrate on paying down debt or increase spending?
When was the last time you wrote or communicated with your Congressional or Senate Representative and what was the topic?
Alarm, music or wake up naturally?
Do you think President Obama has taken too many trips?
Why do coffee makers, pots, keep breaking on me lately?
Number one thing state can do to generate and/or attract 10,000 more jobs in the private sector?
What made you laugh uncontrollably this week?
Do you think it is funny that when you renew your car registration on line in California when the transaction is complete it says “Congratulations!”?
Assuming good service, 15%, 20% or varies depending on service?
Number one thing city can do to generate and/or attract 100 more jobs in the private sector?
What if the 9/11 jurors and prosecutors are the same as the OJ jurors and prosecutors and they get acquitted?
Did you know that in Alaska when moose get hit by vehicles and they are “fresh” they contact local charities who come and butcher it on the spot and use the meat for soup kitchens and feeding the homeless?
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.