Things I Want (or Need) to Know

Right now, my daughter is watching an MTV show. As far as I can tell, it’’s called “Ridiculousness.” It’’s a show consisting of lots of clips of people hurting themselves while doing dumb things. There’’s also a small panel, members of which laugh at the clips. Why is this funny?

If eight hours is considered a healthy night’’s sleep, why don’’t I ever sleep more than six, no matter how tired I am or how late it is when I go to bed?

Don’’t banks make money on the float anymore? The bank that holds our mortgage paid our school taxes three or four weeks before the due date. If I were a stockholder, I’d object to paying early.

Don’’t you just love it when you pull up in the left lane behind a car stopped at a red light, and after the light turns green the jerk driving puts on his left turn signal? I know I do.

Why do they call it “rush hour” when it’’s anything but?

Did you ever clean the lint filter in your clothes dryer? Yeah, me too. So, why don’’t your clothes eventually disappear if you always put them in the dryer?

Let’’s say someone calls me on my Google Voice phone number, and I have it set to forward calls to my cell phone. If I don’’t answer, which voice mail service does it actuate, Google Voice, or the cell phone? Here’s one I’’ll find out soon. If someone texts me on my Google Voice number, and that number is set to forward to my cell phone, will the cell phone provider charge me for receiving the forwarded message? I don’’t like texting because it costs the recipient money, so I don’’t have a texting plan.

Author: Tom

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