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ISSUE #299 - 20-Dec-2009


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

What's with those advertisements about buying a complete pair of eyeglasses? Does that mean they will sell only one lens?

Why don't ketchup packages have a "use by" date on them?

What would happen if you gave a snail a Valium?

If humans didn't have thumbs, would the typewriter have been invented earlier?

When we "change our mind", where do we go to get a new one?

If inflammable means the same as flammable then can we honestly call them inconvenience stores?

Does KFC really stand for "Keep From Cooking"?

What do tourists eat at chain restaurants?

When you go out to eat, why is the meal you want to order always the most expensive item on the menu?

If Winnie the Pooh wears a shirt, why doesn't he wear any pants or underwear?

What happens to the old moons when the new moons replace them?

Does anyone notice that JOB stands for Just Over Broke?

Wouldn't the real measure of your wealth be how much you'd be worth if you lost all your money?

Why are they called STRAWberries if they don't fit in a straw?

Can we report the Federal Government as a dependent on our tax returns?

Why are pictures square if the lens is round?

Why are they called fire HYDRANTS?

Do cannibals prefer those who have no spines?

Why is it when a person is being chased by a serial killer they run up the stairs instead of out the door right next to them?

Why are people so obsessed with cell phones that they have to use them even while they are using the bathroom? And why does this usually occur in public restrooms?

Shouldn't people who drive Hummers learn the words?

A Gadzillion Thanks to the following Thinkers who have shared their thoughts so that we may think of them too:
Don F., Jaylin Zimm, Kevin Hoffman, LCpl T. Hamilton, Pat F.,
Paul Z., Ralphie, Stanislaw, Steve, Valerie, Wendell Tipton,
and The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com

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