Quote of the Day:
“Computers are useless. They can only give you answers.” –Pablo Picasso
Last August we were in the midst of a Presidential Election, the Olympics were going on and the TB universe was in its infancy. There was a lot to discuss. August 2009 gives us the health care fear fest, birthers and a lot of rain in Ridgeland, and none of that seems worth a post right now. Plus, I’m leaving town for a few days to attend a family event. So while I’m gone, I leave you with six questions. Be funny, be serious, or come back Monday and see if I found anything interesting to write about over the weekend–it’s up to you. I’ll answer these myself later on in the comments, but so not to influence the direction of the thread, I leave them blank for now. I look forward to peering inside YOUR twisted brains for a change!
- If you could live for a year as a fictional character, who would you choose and why?
- God grants you the power to cure cancer, establish world peace, or eliminate hunger–choose one (this question sponsored by the Miss South Carolina Pageant Commission).
- If you could undo one mistake of history what would it be?
- You can push a button and make one celebrity of your choosing disappear from the public eye permanently. They won’t be hurt, they will just lose their fame. Who do you choose?
- In the future everyone gets to pick a superpower. What’s yours?
- Who were the three greatest Americans of the Twentieth Century?
For those of you new to the blog since August 2008, I bring back through the power of the great 20th century invention–the rerun–one of my favorite all time posts. I hope you enjoy.