Things I Want (Or Need) To Know

  • The sign in my doctor’’s office says, “”Please refrain from cell phone use.””  But you can only see the sign as you’’re leaving the office, so does that mean the doctor only wants me to use a cell phone while in his office, and nowhere else?

  • Should I plant tomatoes this year?  My back yard is fungus central and it’’s rained so much I wonder if it’’s worth it or if they’’ll come up covered in black spots and die as soon as they rise out of the ground.  It’’s also been a cool spring which is why I haven’’t planted them yet.  Tomatoes like the soil to be warm.  I have some tomatoes growing from fruit that fell off the plants last year, but they’’re plum tomatoes I planted by mistake.  Plum tomatoes are good for sauce, but I wanted to plant cherry or grape tomatoes which are better for eating right off the vine.

  • Tumultuous.  Is there another word in the English language that uses the letter “u” four times?  I can’t think of one, can you?

  • On the front passenger seat back of an empty minivan in McDonald’’s parking lot today, there was a woman’’s blouse with a bra on top.  I’’m pretty sure there’’s a question I should ask here and I have no idea what it might be.

  • Not only did the Lincoln Town Car I rented recently have an obsolete radio, Ford doesn’’t offer a built in GPS for it either.  I know Ford is phasing this car out, but putting an up-to-date radio and a GPS in the hole in the dash requires no engineering at all.  They could use the head unit from another Ford product or get one from an after-market radio maker.  I can’’t understand why they don’’t do that, especially since a lot of Lincoln Town Cars are sold to car services and their drivers would probably enjoy a better head unit and find a GPS very useful as well.

Author: Tom

I know my ABC's, I can write my name and I can count to a hundred.