Posts tagged: random questions
If you were out choppin' cotton on this date, what, in all likelihood, would your brother be doing?
Caring about the Tour de France bike race?
Or caring about the World Cup soccer tournament?
1. Can you name the movie in which Rosie O'Donnell plays the features editor at the newspaper where reporter Meg Ryan works?
2. If you had ever encountered Peggy Lipton, what would you have said to her?
A) “You were not the major problem with 'The Mod Squad.'” B) “Did you know 'Twin Peaks' would be a hit?” C) “Where did you stay when you were up in Northeast Washington for filming of 'The Postman'?” D) Other.
Because of access issues, what is the hardest place in your home to clean and what is the certainty that someone making a service call at your place will want to get there?
If personal watercraft engines could be made super-quiet would people in the market for these toys welcome that development?
How big does a business have to be before people no longer assume that someone working there knows everyone else (in every department) employed by that enterprise?
I have a question.
You know how you'll be ambling or rolling down the street and a poorly trained little dog being walked on a leash will hurl itself in your direction with all the ridiculous ferocity it can muster?
Sure. Happens with some regularity. The petite canine lunges with violent force and the person holding the leash pulls back as if trying to land a small marlin.
Well, here's what I wonder.
Why don't these dogs choke themselves into unconsciousness when doing this zero-to-60 routine?
Insufficient throw-weight? Rigid collars that don't cinch tightly around the neck?
If you have a theory, please share.
By the way, I have nothing against little dogs. Some of their owners, though, I could do without.
What will be the implications for its accuracy if you eat as much tomorrow as you probably will?
So how many other Spokane cyclists are carrying shotguns?
What's the No. 1 sign that an office chair is worn out and needs to be replaced?
College students who have part-time jobs are more successful socially because others view them as having a little grit and substance and they also have that whole working-class hero thing going for them.
Ever make a point of shaking the hand of someone that you know badmouths you behind your back but is way too much of a coward to say anything to your face?
To have a little redness in your face from being out in the sun over the weekend.
A) Yes. But maybe just 5%. B) I'm not 16. My mind doesn't work that way. C) I am not white so this isn't really applicable to me. D) Yes. It makes me look young and vital. E) Who cares? F) I've noticed that it makes co-workers want to kiss me. G) A certain kind of smile is what makes a person better-looking. H) Other.