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ISSUE #310 - 03-Dec-2011

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

Are blue toothbrushes really better than red ones?

If we're born with 300 bones but only have 206 when we're an adult, what happened to the missing 94 bones?

Why do fingernails grow faster than toenails?

If your presence doesn't make an impact, your absence won't make a difference, will it?

Why should we take notes in a meeting? If it's important, we'll remember it, right?

Isn't it odd that Walt Disney was afraid of mice?

Why is Venus the only planet that rotates clockwise?

Since there is no gravity in space, how can astronauts cry if their tears can't flow?

How much does the Earth weigh?

How come the building that was targeted by the first nuclear weapon is still standing?

Isn't it odd that we burn more calories sleeping than we do watching television?

If you lick too many stamps will you gain weight?

In the Mona Lisa painting, why does she not have eyebrows?

In a deck of cards, why is the king of hearts the only king without a moustache?

How come Rice Paper does not have any rice in it?

Why do rubber bands last longer when refrigerated?

What's wrong with leaving that little bit of toilet paper on the roll? Then we don't have to change it, do we?

If a guy named David has his ID stolen, do we have to call him Dav?

Why do forest fires move faster uphill than downhill?

Why are all of the clocks in the movie "Pulp Fiction" stuck on 4:20?

lf the people in the movies listened to us then they would still be alive, wouldn't they?

If we elevate when going up on the elevator, then do we delevate when going down?

How come the names of all the continents end with the same letter that they start with?

Why do the opposite sides of a dice cube always add up to seven?

Don't you just hate it when someone says, "name a good song" and you suddenly forget all songs that were ever made?

Why are there no clocks in Las Vegas gambling casinos?

Because of the rotation of earth can you throw a ball farther to the west than to the east?

Is the difference between Twitter and Facebook the fact that Twitter makes you want to have drinks with people you've never met while Facebook makes you want to throw drinks at people you already know?

Isn't Facebook a lot like Sunglasses? You know, allowing you to stare at people without getting caught?

Isn't it true that the past is a nice place to visit but certainly not a good place to stay?


Take Care and Keep Thinking,
Don Fowler, A Gadzillion Things To Think About
Send Contributions to: dcfowler@interbaun.com