Is there any question that I love to ask questions?
My Twitter handle is inqdragon2, because
- I’m inquisitive and ask lots of questions,
- I was born in the year of the dragon,
- I used the name “Inquisitive Dragon” when a bunch of my friends chose dragon names as part of a fun experience of seeing lots of Jackie Chan’s Hong Kong movies in the 90s, and
- Somebody else already grabbed the Twitter name “inqdragon.”
My question about that is: what are the odds that somebody else would want that name on Twitter?
Here are just some of my questions about questions:
- Are there any stupid questions?
- How do you decide how much you want to reveal in response to a question?
- If you’re a trial lawyer, is it true that you should only ask questions in court that you know the answer to?
- Are there other situations where that’s true?
- Can it help to ask questions that make people uncomfortable?
- Do some questions violate people’s boundaries?
- If you ask a question of others, should you be ready and willing to answer it yourself?
- Is the love of asking questions a good quality for a therapist?
- Are too many questions annoying?
- If you ask a question and nobody answers, is it still worthwhile?
- If you ask a question and lots of people answer, how important is it for you to let people know that you heard their answers?
- Are yes-or-no questions as useful as open-ended questions?
- Can you answer any question with “It depends?”
- Are any of these rhetorical questions?
Is there any question that there will be questions in my images for today?
I love the tune “Question and Answer” by Pat Metheny.
I never question ending my posts with gratitude for YOU.