“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”
Donald Rumsfeld once famously said, “…there are things we know that we don’t know”, and the only way to find out the answers to the things we know we don’t know is to ask the proper questions.
As for the things we don’t know we don’t know, well obviously we don’t even know what questions to ask do we?
Here are some more of the questions for the things we know that we don’t know.
Can you daydream at night?
Can crop circles be square?
If ghosts can walk through walls and glide down stairs, why don’t they fall through the floor?
Is it legal to travel down a road in reverse, as long as you are following the direction of the traffic?
Why is vanilla ice cream white when vanilla extract is brown?
What do you do when you see an endangered animal that is eating an endangered plant?
If a doctor suddenly had a heart attack while doing surgery, would the other doctors work on the doctor or the patient?
How can something be ‘new’ and ‘improved’? If it’s new, what was it improving on?
Why aren’t drapes double sided so it looks nice on the inside and outside of your home?
How is it that when we ‘skate on thin ice’, we can ‘get in hot water’?
If laughter is the best medicine, why do people say they almost ‘died laughing’?
Why are the little styrofoam pieces called peanuts?
Do Siamese twins pay for one ticket or two tickets when they go to movies and concerts?
Why are they called ‘Jolly Ranchers’? Who said that the ranchers were jolly?
Why does ‘caregiver’ and ‘caretaker’ mean the same thing?
Can a short person ‘talk down’ to a taller person?
If a bald person works as a chef at a restaurant, do they have to wear a hairnet?
How fast do hotcakes really sell?
Do prison buses have emergency exits?
Do astronauts change their clocks when they move over different time zones in space?