Here are the new Things To Think About that have been contributed since the last update:
Why do people and companies think it's okay to place coupons on our windshields? Do we need to put a "No Soliciting" sign on our cars now?
Can you walk on the heel of one foot and the ball of your other? And why would you want to?
Whenever someone says "I'm not book smart, but I'm street smart", does that really mean "I'm not real smart, but I'm imaginary smart"?
How come it is only the male groundhogs that get all the press on GroundHog Day?
Wouldn't obituaries be a lot more interesting if they told you how the person died?
Isn't it hard to believe that there are actually people who get in the shower first and THEN turn on the water?
Just how are we supposed to fold fitted sheets?
If a person who has cancer but no health insurance dies, did they die because they didn't have health insurance? Or did they die because they had cancer?
How many times is it appropriate to say "What?" before you just nod and smile because you still didn't hear what they said?
What would happen if you hired two private investigators to follow each other?
Don't bad decisions make good stories?
In bad weather, why does every news station keep telling you to "keep off the roads", "Stay at home", "Don't drive" and then immediately say that their reporters are out and about to bring you the latest pictures? Shouldn't they do what they tell us to do?
Shouldn't part of a best friend's job be to immediately clear your computer history if you die?
Isn't it kind of sad that you have to make kids go out and play?
Why do other people have to exist?
Would the reason that many a golfer prefers a golf cart to a caddy be because it cannot count, criticize or laugh?
Isn't golf just an expensive way of playing marbles?
Aren't there just three ways to improve your golf game: take lessons, practice constantly or start cheating?
Aren't amateur golfers the ones who address the ball twice? Once before swinging and once again after swinging?
Shouldn't MapQuest really start their directions on #5? Don't we all know how to get out of our own neighborhoods?
Why is Monday so far from Friday but Friday is so close to Monday?
Don't you just love the sense of camaraderie when an entire line of cars teams up to prevent someone from cutting in at the front of the line?
Isn't it nice that red lights in traffic give you an opportunity to finish your text message?
Take Care and Keep Thinking,
Don Fowler, A Gadzillion Things To Think About
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