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Religion is a cautious subject. My intention in writing this article is personal catharsis, and to spark conversation; it is not to impugn any belief system, or to be offensive. I fully support everyone’s right to their own beliefs. I … Continue reading
Two dissimilar questions to make you think: If you could make one major change to the world, what would it be? What could you more easily give up, the internet, or your cell phone?
Two dissimilar questions to make you think: Which could you more easily give up, Google, or Facebook? On the show Seinfeld, what was Kramer’s apartment number?
Two dissimilar questions to make you think: What is the longest word in the English language to only contain one vowel? What animal has the highest strength to weight ratio?
photo by Michael Karshis I came across an article this morning while reading the Business Insider that I think provides decent mentotional fodder. Here are nine questions the article poses:
Two dissimilar questions to make you think: What one syllable word can be made into a three syllable word by adding just one letter to it? Which of the two situations below would you least like to be in?
Two dissimilar questions to make you think: What plant can grow more than three feet in twenty-four hours? On average, how many acres of pizza are eaten in the U.S. every day?
I decided to keep the conversation lite for my first ‘Mentotional Fodder’ post. Following is a reprisal of an open list of questions I published on another site about a year ago. photo by freshphoto
Two dissimilar questions to make you think: What will kill you faster, going without food, or going without sleep? What is the shortest word in the English language that contains all six vowels in alphabetical order?