Friday, August 15, 2008

Friday Question

Gah. Overloaded at work. Sinking. Vision. Failing.

How about this:

What questions do you have? Submit your own Friday Question in the comments and/or answer someone else's. It will be just like human interaction without any of that cumbersome human interaction.

Gotta go.



Scott Chicken said...

Question 1: Why am I the first person to comment on this?

Question 2: How much damage can a 4-year-old actually cause with safety scissors?

Cara said...

Question 3 (two-parter): What piece of clothing have you owned the longest, and what is the story behind it?

john said...

What is the saddest thing you've ever googled? (i.e. sesame street death)

Jennifer said...

What? Has this become a do-it-yourself blog?

Scott: Dunno, and A LOT!
Cara: Bloomsday tshirt, because I ran my ass off for it, so I'm keeping it!
John: Yesterday I had to Google "sodomy," which was completely work related (I look at criminal background checks all day and had to see what the legal climate was in 1974 for this crime). That was pretty sad.

Emily said...

saddest thing i googled recently: "morphine hasten death". that is, do high doses of morphine or other opiates cause people to die sooner than they would if their pain had been less aggressively treated? google turned out not to be the best tool for that particular research question, but pubmed gave me my answer: no.

"Post-Google" by TAR ART RAT said...

Q: Anybody else just slightly concerned about CERN Large Hadron Collider going online Sept. 10?

Haven't Googled a log of sad things lately - but "Lance Cpl. Isaac Gallegos" was one of them.


Q: What piece of clothing have you owned the longest, and what is the story behind it?

A: My Superman Halloween costume from when I was 3 years old, (1983). Saving it in a big zip-lock bag in-case I have kids.

scouter573 said...

Question: is it still considered a "Friday question" if the question is posted two weeks later on a Monday?