Water Cooler Talk 5-11-13

Weekly random thoughts. Since I’m self-employed it’s my version of water cooler talk: no one to talk to so it goes out to cyberspace.

If Old McDonald sold his farm, would the new owner have to sing that song?

How does brown, burned out grass feel about the other side?

I think I knew life was going to be hard when not one of the “these are a few of my favorite things” from the Sound of Music was true.

I’ve often wondered if dogs aren’t saying anything when they bark they just like messing with human’s heads with them trying to figure it out.

If all cable just shut off and we were back to three channels would it just be arguing, non-celebrity celebrities and reality television?

If Dolphins are so smart how come they’re not getting paid to be in those shows?

If people got smart…that’s it, that’s just funny.

OK, if people got smart and decided to control overpopulation and then it dwindled down to two again, would we make the same mistakes.

If it had been Adam and Steve would there have been more color?

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3 thoughts on “Water Cooler Talk 5-11-13

  1. 1. Old McDonald HAD a farm. The song would make perfect sense even after the transaction were settled.

    2. I’m guessing if it were burned out it would be lifeless, so I’m not sure whether it would feel anything at all. Another interesting question would be: How would the green side feel about the brown side?!

    3. Not even the cream colored ponies in crisp apple strudels? We can’t just pretend the horse meat scandal never happened!

    4. The answer to that question is 42.

    5. Wait… isn’t that the case already?

    6. Dolphins don’t care about a few bucks. They swim in liquid!

    7. As Voltaire once put it: common sense is not so common.

    8. One would kill the other in a fight over an offering and that would be the end of it.

    9. If it had been Adam and Steve, only your second question would have been relevant at all. Then again, you wouldn’t have been here to present it to anyone, would you?

    Thanks for the food for thought!

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