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 28, 2009 here are some questions I have had:
Do you know what is on the back of pennies minted in 2009?
Would you rather have “first” or “best”?
What happens when oil goes back over $100 a barrel and gas over $4.00 a gallon at the pump? Will we get serious about domestic production then?
Whipped cream or ice cream?
Do you ever use your laptop on your lap?
Who is the most annoying person on television that you still watch?
Are the people reporting on the stimulus funds “running out” the same ones who covered the passage of the bill in February?
Are reporters stupid or do we just not get it?
What is “it” anyway?
Who or what inspired you this week?
Do you put on your left shoe or your right shoe first?
Do you prefer sunrises or sunsets?
Oldest piece of clothing you still wear regularly?
Dictator for a day how do you solve this problem: One mother on government assistance with multiple children by multiple fathers?
Should couples with no children pay lower taxes?
How many times a week is “Law and Order” on?
With today’s technology allowing almost infinite storage capabilities, why would scientists destroy and/or discard any raw data?
When you leave your phone number for someone on a voice mail do you say it slowly and repeat it at least once? If not why not?
How can you have a “jobs summit” and not invite the Chamber of Commerce?
Is politics about defending whistleblowers who blow the whistle on your enemies and asking prosecution of those who blow the whistle on your allies?
If the Executive Branch of government, at any level, is disorganized how is the rest of the structure?
Why would you invite labor leaders to a “jobs summit”, isn’t their purpose to limit the number of jobs in a given field or industry to those who are in a union?
Do you brush your teeth before or after you shower?
Senior year in high school; what song just popped in your head?
“And if there are things that we're doing here in Washington that are inhibiting you (from creating jobs/increasing employment.DCS), then we want to know about it”. Really? You really want to know about what you’re doing to inhibit job and economic growth?
Window or aisle?
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.