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ISSUE #305 - 21-Dec-2010

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

Doesn't wisdom consist of the anticipation of consequences?

How come there is not much pleasure in having nothing to do? As compared to having lots to do and not doing it?

Isn't it amazing how nice people are to you when they know you're going away?

Shouldn't we secure an independent income before practicing virtue?

Would the reason the same old people run for office be because any sane person would rather stand in front of a speeding car than run for office?

How come we can never be 100 percent right but we can always be 100 percent wrong?

How come one missed photographic opportunity always creates a desire to purchase two additional pieces of equipment?

If the "first responders" are police, fire and rescue, who generally have among the best insurance, why is their insurance coverage not enough to take care of their reported health issues?

Isn't honest criticism hard to take? Particularly from a relative, a friend, an acquaintance, or a stranger?

How come when you finally meet the perfect woman, she will be waiting for the perfect man?

Don't a lot of people mistake a short memory for a clear conscience?

How come it is a simple task to make things complex, but a complex task to make them simple?

Isn't judging a person's character by only one of its manifestations like judging the sea by a jug full of its water?

How come when somebody you greatly admire and respect appears to be thinking deep thoughts, they are probably thinking about lunch?

Anyone can admit to themselves that they were wrong, right? Isn't the true test admitting it to someone else?

Should we be careful when complaining about today's music? Won't we start to be sounding like our parents?

Doesn't established technology tend to persist in spite of new technology?

Why is it that the distance to the gate at the airport increases with decreasing time to departure?


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