Let’s spend a little time today posing some questions to which perhaps none of us knows the answer, but that doesn’t stop them from being at least somewhat interesting....
Does the media like reporting a potential scandal more than the facts of a given situation, particularly in Washington?
How do Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson and Adam Sandler continue to work in motion pictures?
Why is GOOD customer service so rare as to be considered exceptional, regardless of the industry?
Can we ever successfully get money out of college athletics?
Why are the long-term unemployed so insignificant to our representatives in Washington? Is it thought that these people, or those close to them, do not vote?
Does baseball really need instant replay, as exists in professional football?
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes announced that she’s running for the U.S. Senate, and will oppose incumbent and Senate Minority Leader Senator Mitch McConnell. Does she have a chance to win?
Who’s the greatest superhero? I have my own preferences....
Will you see the forthcoming new “Star Wars” movies?
As a friend mentioned to me yesterday, is reality TV representative of any sense of reality?
What’s the last really good show you watched on traditional network TV (HBO, Showtime, AMC and FX don’t count)?
Which would you rather pay for, auto maintenance or car payments?
After learning about the 777 plane crash in San Francisco over the weekend, did you wonder, as I did, exactly how much training is enough for an airline pilot?
Have you received one of those spam e-mails from some entity posing as Amazon.com, confirming an order for something you didn’t buy?
Why do some restaurants handle a small order customization better than others?
If you’re in the southeastern U.S., aren’t you glad it finally stopped raining?