The 64 Dollar Question

January 9, 2014

Daisybrain Surveys is at it again!

The highly unsuccessful companion to the Daisybrain Blog has released its 64th question! Click on over and post your response in the comments section. Daisybrain Surveys: “The Mundane as Profound.”

A Series of Completely Unrelated Questions

December 14, 2013


  1. What are the strings in String Theory made of? Why even call them strings – isn’t it arrogant to assume that their structure, which has to accommodate the math, has to be something we can visualize? Read the rest of this entry »

why? Why?? WHY???

February 12, 2013


  • Why are movie superheroes always revealing their allegedly secret identities? That rarely, if ever, happens in the original comic books. But from Batman, Superman, The Green Lantern, Iron Man and Spiderman, movie versions of superheroes are letting their enemies, their loved ones, and even their liked ones know who they are. Why wear a mask (or in Superman’s case, a pair of glasses as Clark Kent) at all? And while I’m asking, why was Batman’s cowl, fashioned of secret, military, futuristic material, so easy to crack in half in that last movie? And why were he and Bane fighting like championship wrestlers instead of ninjas? But I digress. American movies have determined that, unlike in the comics, the bad guy should usually die at the end & secret identities should be dramatically revealed… or otherwise somehow figured out by bad guys preceding their deaths.

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Daisybrain Presents: Things that have Never Been Asked Out Loud in the History of the World

December 1, 2012

Ask your friend the following questions & report back to me:

  1. If you had to have a washcloth soaked with something placed over your face, what would you like it to be soaked with? Read the rest of this entry »

Ward of Wordcraft

October 25, 2012

Foxify: to convolute & twist around any news story until it becomes an indictment of Democrats.

The Outciders: a cool name for a cider company.

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Wandering Wonderings

October 9, 2012

A Legal Question:

What if one conjoined twin is convicted of assaulting the other?

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Some Questions

November 4, 2010
  • Why is it always “East meets West,” and never “West meets East”?
  • Why is it always “Boy meets girl,” and never “Girl meets boy”?
  • Why is it always “Democrats and Republicans,” and rarely “Republicans and Democrats”?
    • By the way, if you don’t believe me, look it up on Google: “Democrats and Republicans,” gets 5,820,000 hits, while “Republicans and Democrats” gets a mere 777,000. Read the rest of this entry »

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