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ISSUE #304 - 12-Nov-2010

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Here are the new Things To Think About that have been contributed since the last update:

Why do they put designs on toilet paper?

How come after your hands become coated with grease, your nose begins to itch?

Isn't it really easy to be wise? Don't you just need to think of something stupid to say and then don't say it?

Why is it that if you make a right decision, your reasons are sure to be wrong?

Doesn't everyone have a scheme that will not work?

Isn't man's greatest drive to tell the other fellow how to do his job?

Why are there no laugh tracks on cartoons?

How come only the children on Charlie Brown can understand what the teacher is saying?

Isn't virtue its own punishment?

Wouldn't the worst time to have a heart attack be when you're playing charades?

How come, with respect to insurance, that you are always hoping that you are wasting your money?

How come we can see invisible tape?

Shouldn't you always read something that will make you look good in case you die in the middle of it?

Why do one time use cameras come with 27 exposures?

Aren't statistics like expert witnesses? Don't they testify for either side?

Doesn't a little inaccuracy save tons of explanation?

If fans turned counter-clockwise, what would happen to the air?

If you can distinguish between good advice and bad advice then do you really need advice?

Why can't we sneeze with our eyes open?

If you don't step in the puddle, how will you know how deep it is?

Wouldn't the simplest explanation be that it just doesn't make sense?

If women didn't exist, would money have any meaning?

Has the man who views the world at 50 the same as he did at 20 wasted 30 years of his life?

Do artists paint pictures easily?

Why do cyclists have to dress up like clowns to ride a bike?

Why is it that nothing is as good as it seemed beforehand?

Doesn't the wind velocity increase directly with the cost of the hairdo?


Take Care and Keep Thinking,
Don Fowler, A Gadzillion Things To Think About
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