Here are the new Things To Think About that have been contributed since the last update:
Isn't you're conscience just you're inner voice warning you that somebody may be watching?
Why does it take less energy to take an object out of its proper place than to put it back?
Does every question deserve an answer?
Isn't history just a set of lies agreed upon by the victor?
What is it that when a class you most want to take has room for 'n' students, you will be the 'n+1'th to apply?
Don't you think that any event, once it has occurred, can be made to appear inevitable by a competent historian?
Wouldn't history be a wonderful thing, if only it were true?
Aren't human beings Nature's sole mistake?
Isn't it true that the best of friends cannot attend each other's funeral?
How come the most important information on any map is on the fold?
How come opportunity always knocks at the least opportune time?
Isn't it true that you should never talk about money with people who have much more or much less than you?
Shouldn't we all behave as if we were being watched?
Aren't minor operations those that are performed on somebody else?
Why is it that insurance covers everything except what happens?
Is there anything more useless then a general guideline?
How come the quickest way to find something is to start looking for something else?
Wouldn't the greatest risk be to risk nothing at all?
How come no one ever forgets where they buried the hatchet?
Isn't originality just undetected plagiarism?
How come there is no limit as to how bad things can get?
Isn't the best revenge living long enough to be a problem to your children?
How come the one who least wants to play is the one who always wins?
Could it be that there are no answers, only cross-references?
How come things go wrong all at once but things go right only gradually?
Was Elvis Presley's song "Love MeTender" about someone who is telling us how they like their meat cooked?
Do monorail enthusiasts have a one track mind?
Aren't transit buses just vehicles that always go on the other side of the street and in the opposite direction?
Take Care and Keep Thinking,
Don Fowler, A Gadzillion Things To Think About
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