1. Next Saturday is "Ask a Stupid Question Day"... in preparation for it, please share a stupid question you've been asked or would like an answer to...
Suzanne: The first stupid question that comes to my mind is the one that people asked me during each of my pregnancies after the first one: Do you know what causes that? YES! My mama had that talk with me when I was about eleven years old!
David: I am legally blind and have been for a long time. The most stupid question that I ever get asked related to that is: Do the closed captions on the television help you?
2. Do you believe that workplace dressing has become too casual?
Suzanne: Yes, but I think that most everything has gotten too casual. Some people can't even be bothered with putting clothes on to go shopping. They go in their pajamas. OY!
David: Absolutely! You go into offices that are supposedly professional and the women there are dressed as if they are going into one of those bars that my daddy warned me about and the men dress as if they've just come in from playing golf.
3. What technology is on your wish list? Is there a technology that hasn't been invented yet that you want to see happen?
Suzanne: I would love to have a state of the art embroidery/sewing machine with all of the bells and whistles. (Any recommendations, anyone?) I would also love to have a computer with more power, more memory, and a much larger hard drive than this one has. The technology that I would love to see be invented is similar to what David has in mind, only it would be a lie detector ray. It would pop a person in the nose when they told a lie so that their ever-larger nose would be a reminder of the hurt they are causing the ones they are lying to.
David: I would like a large, flat screen television that is Roku-ready. Technology that I would like to see invented would be some sort of stun beam that would zap people when they do something stupid. Of course, that one would come back to bite me quite a bit.
4. September is Honey Month - are you a fan of honey? How do you use it?
Suzanne: I love honey. I don't use it very often. I do like the tea that David makes with it, but I love it best on buttered biscuits.
David: Absolutely. I like to use it in a tea that helps to fight off infections and prevent allergic responses.
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Suzanne: Aside from the chip example above, I can't think of anything at the moment.
David: For me, this is sort of like watching Bob's Burgers on television. I think it is the stupidest show I've ever seen, but for some reason, I watch it and enjoy it.