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Mindless Fodder for a Thursday Morning
by Cheryl B Sellers   
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Last edited: Thursday, March 11, 2004
Posted: Thursday, March 11, 2004

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These are questions that need not be answered, but should be thought about not at all.... lol

 I had a conversation with God and I am sure some would call it praying
but I am keeping it quiet that he answered back cause they would put
me in a loony bin
       This I don't understand, we tell our children that violence is never the answer
then we send them to school to learn how this great country came to be in a war.
       I have chimed into conversation with," just let me put my two cents in," when the person may have only said "a penny for your thought," does that mean they owe me change?
       When I got married I heard people saying "she fell in love," well as I sit here to day I am still waiting for those same people to say "she got a divorce and climbed out."  If one falls in I am sure that one must climb out.
       Now as my mind drifts here, I wonder why if "ignorance is bliss," why are not more people happy? 
       When you are poor people can consider you "dirt poor" but if your rich they would say your "filthy rich." I guess if one is going to get dirty they better wallow in the muck.
       Saint Patrick's Day is close and it comes to mind I have never seen female
leprechauns so where the heck did all these little men come from?
       I get lots of Emails with Anonymous as the signature, if I change my name to that can I claim credit for all Anonymous writings?  Then again I would also have to take credit for things no one wanted to take the credit, <sigh> guess its not such a good idea after all.
       If you want to throw away your garbage can how do you let the garbageman know?
       For those who get caught between a "rock and a hard place" I wonder is the rock not hard?
       Well, there is steam coming out of the top of my head I think I need to stop for today before my mind catches fire.  Dang that brings up just one more question, if the brain is in liquid how can a mind be on fire? LOL

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Reviewed by L. Kolenich (Reader)
I tried to answer some of these rhetorical questions...but the answers just weren't right. Guess that's what rhetorical is all about. Thanks for some thought provoking stuff.

Reviewed by Debra Conklin
These were fun and brought a smile to my face.
Reviewed by Todd Cheney
Funny and charming little pieces of thought.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
Oh boy, you were "on a roll" and I was sorry you "ran outta gas" "better luck next time."
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