Here are the new Things To Think About that have been contributed since the last update:
Why would someone want Fire to Exit a building? Wouldn't they want the people to exit the building instead?
Could it be that KFC really stands for "Keep the Fat Comin'" or "Keep From Cookin'"?
Can you stake a vampire with an artificial heart?
Should people who eat maple syrup be referred to as vampires? Isn't it tree blood that they are actually eating?
Does the President get to pick every one of his meals?
Do fat people have to sit in the middle of those teensy tiny Smart Cars so it doesn't tip over?
If someone is choking, why do they always try saying, "I'm choking"? Shouldn't they make exaggerated noises that would probably be more noticeable?
How come nobody has come up with a home shower design like a car wash? Just step in, get soaped up, rinsed off and blow dried?
Why do some public washrooms have signs that read "Do Not Flush Anything Other Than Toilet Paper Down The Toilet"? Doesn't that defeat the whole purpose of toilets?
Does Murphy collect royalties on all his laws?
Who invented words?
Why is "W" the only letter in the alphabet that has more than one syllable?
What happens when you multiply an infinite with another infinite?
Why is there no "w" in "one", but there is a "w" in "two" and we don't use it?
Should you be concerned if the first thing you see, when walking into the Specialist's Medical Office, is their High School Diploma?
Where did Elvis go when he left the building?
Should we be concerned that 50% of doctors graduate in the bottom 1/2 of their class?
Would the key to a long marriage be to have a dog to blame farts on?
Why do adults say they want to understand what's going on in a teens life but constantly interrupt when a teen tries to explain?
If a jogger runs at the speed of sound, can they still hear their iPod?
Instead of wasting time hunting and cooking, why don't hunters just use flame-throwers?
Why did a human write the wikipedia article for human, in third person?
Is it airplane irony that you hear "Please feel free to move about the cabin," when the plane is traveling above 30,000 feet and going over 500 mph, but when it's back on the ground going under 20 mph it's "For your own safety, please remain seated with your seat belt securely fastened"? Really, which seems more risky?
If there is a Sonic Boom when you break the sound barrier, is there any Light Boom when you break the speed of light?
Take Care and Keep Thinking,
Don Fowler, A Gadzillion Things To Think About
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