Here are the new Things To Think About that have been contributed since the last update:
Sure, if you give a man a match, he'll be warm for a minute, right? But set him on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life, won’t he?
Are some people vegetarians because they love animals or because they hate plants?
Why do people keep saying that beauty is only skin-deep? Isn’t that deep enough? What do you want, an adorable pancreas?
Would some Murderers prefer to think of themselves as Mortality Technicians?
If you plant some bird seed, why doesn’t a bird come up? And if it did, what would you feed it?
Why is it so hard to find a clerk to help you in a clothing store? Would it help to go into a fitting room and announce loudly that there's no toilet paper in there?
If you forget your wife’s birthday wouldn’t the most diplomatic response to your wife be, How do you expect me to remember your birthday when you never look any older?
Is it true that people who don’t know what is so holy about a silent night, do not have children?
Isn’t the first sign of maturity the discovery that the volume knob also turns to the left?
Wouldn’t the only real way to look younger be not to be born so soon?
We all know that books have knowledge, and knowledge is power, and power corrupts, and corruption is a crime, and crime doesn't pay, right? So, does this mean that if you keep reading, you'll go broke?
If you have a headache, then shouldn’t you do what it says on the aspirin bottle: Take two, and KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN?
Wouldn’t it be advisable to never interrupt your opponent while they are making a mistake?
Isn’t it true that you never learn anything by doing it right?
In order to keep a true perspective of one's importance, shouldn’t everyone have a dog that will worship them and a cat that will ignore them?
Is it a fact that the old believe everything, the middle-aged suspect everything, and the young know everything?
Isn’t the avoidance of taxes the only intellectual pursuit that carries any reward?
Take Care and Keep Thinking,
Don Fowler, A Gadzillion Things To Think About
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