Day 3116: If you could ask any question of thousands of people, what question would you ask?

If you have trouble answering the question in today’s title, here are some examples of questions you might ask thousands of people:

Right and wrong answers are welcomed for any of the questions in today’s blog.

One more question: what is the Daily Bitch trying to tell us today?

Here’s my answer to the question about the best television theme song ever:

Thanks to all who ask and answer questions, including YOU.

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20 thoughts on “Day 3116: If you could ask any question of thousands of people, what question would you ask?

  1. What is your happy colour?

  2. puella33

    Today, I think I would ask, to myself, ” Is that person who sneezed fully vaccinated?”
    If I were directly asking the question, it would be, ” How are you?” . It sounds banal, but I think it’s a question much appreciated if asked with sincerity.

  3. If sleep was optional I would not sleep. Recently I heard about a study that suggests that there are some people who do not need more than three or four hours’ sleep a night and have much more energy than others.

  4. my favorite theme song was from ‘the dating game’ – all horns and brass! my question would be -‘why not?’

  5. I think that daily bitch is trying to tell me that belly fat creates extra sadness – and I need to get rid of it!

  6. I once read that when Albert Einstein was seventy he had a new doctor, and the doctor came out of his first appointment with Einstein and said, “I’ve never had an adult patient who asked so many questions! He’s like a child.” And that leaves me with two questions: why do some lose their childhood curiosity and what can we do to keep it?

  7. I liked the theme song to “Taxi” and “Hill Street Blues.” Both of those are stuck in my head and come out to play from time to time! 🙂

  8. Why do the same issues have to be re-addressed constantly (mysteries)? How am I supposed to “know” something (problems)?

    I have found that even though I’ve had many questions in life, I feel as if I have only been questioning myself all along.

    Curiosity satisfies the need to know, or so implies the “Curiosity killed the cat” idiom-proverb. The idiom is usually used to warn of the dangers of unnecessary investigation or experimentation. It also implies that being curious can sometimes lead to danger or misfortune. The original form of the proverb, now little used, was “Care killed the cat” (Ben Jonson & William Shakespeare). The origin of the modern variation is unknown. It is found in an Irish newspaper from 1868: “They say curiosity killed a cat once”.

    “Curiosity killed the cat, but satisfaction brought it back” is a full original version that includes the added “but satisfaction brought it back.” Although the current shortened version is used to warn of the dangers of unnecessary investigation or experimentation, the addition to the original indicates that the risk would lead to resurrection because of the satisfaction felt after finding out. According to the Wiki article on this proverb, the resurrection element may be a reference to the “multiple lives” of a cat.

    Harley maybe knows he may have contributed to this “curiosity” idea, but it didn’t kill him.

  9. I was fortunate enough to ask all sorts of questions for a living for so many years, Ann, that I would feel greedy to come up with a big one here.

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