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Friday, November 27, 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 Saturday November 21, 2009 here are some questions I have had:

Is your charitable giving 2009 more, less or the same as 2008? Than 2007?

Two toppings on a pizza?

Gravy with or without giblets?

What do you do to clear a creative block?

Is life too short to hold a grudge or too long to hold a grudge?

Is “just pass something” acceptable?

How is unauthorized “street art” any different than graffiti or vandalism?

What word do you most commonly and consistently misspell and get corrected by SpellCheck?

What website do you visit, however often, that seems to have the most loony commenters—almost always with pseudonyms?

Going Rouge?

How much is the revenue from bail every year?

Do you think the Obama and Democrats from Congress “job summit” will lead to higher taxes on businesses?

First dish you went to for seconds?


Is the couple sneaking into the White House State Dinner more of a concern or a laugh?

USC or UCLA, who do you want to win (not who do you think will win)?

Best place to travel for Thanksgiving if it is not in your home?

Do you go shopping on Black Friday?

Is it more important to be right or to be friends?
Do the leaked/purloined emails showing GlobalWarmist scientists used coercion and deceit to prevent alternative studies from being included in media accounts and scientific papers change your view on the issue?

What if the “jobs summit” creates more spending to save jobs in city, county and state governments, how does that sit with you?

After the Christmas shopping season which major retailer will call it quits?

Favorite Thanksgiving leftover meal/snack?

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:

Leslie Smith said...

tot he---> MS Word corrects for 'to the' but Facebook and e-mail do not.

The couple who got through should not be prosecuted unless they impersonated or attempted to impersonate someone. You shouldn't be put in prison for giving your real name to someone who evidently could not detect the absence of that name on an "approved list." If a news source sent someone through the line as a sting to see ho weak (lame) our secret service is, they wouldn't be prosecuted would they? Or does it all depend who is in the White House?