Questions are on my mind this Sunday morning. Turning to the Internet for answers sometimes works - but most of the time, it just raises more questions.
Example: Why do we continue to pay high prices for gas? Are we prepared to pay $7 a gallon by 2010? Why can’t we get off the oil? I was counting on Andrew Sullivan at The Daily Dish to provide answers but I didn’t really get any.
Americans, apparently, deeply care about Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s saggy boobs. Why? Why is The Huffington Post making such a big deal of it?
The first thing on my mind this morning was why do muskrats hate America? Wonkette really did provide me an answer.
The Cincinnati Nation reported last week that the Democrats have committed more money to the war. Why are they so spineless?
Who paid to build Via Vite? It cost around $2.5 million dollars to build this restaurant around Fountain Square – but who flipped the bill? The Cincinnati Beacon has been trying to get answers, but since it involves City Council, we may never know.
How come viewing the latest video at The Midwest Teen Sex Show won’t make your penis bigger? Beats me, but the video is worth watching.
Why did George Carlin have to die last Sunday? God is not answering me on this one – neither is the Internet. Sadly, No! put up a classic Carlin clip last Tuesday.
What’s black and white and wet all over? We found the answer at Jezebel!
Why does John McCain think telling a joke about beating his wife is funny? Crooks and Liars is asking the question. Here’s another question: Wouldn’t it be scary to have this guy in the White House?
And of course there’s no answer to this one: Why do conservatives in Cincinnati think they know what’s good for the rest of us? The A & E Blog reports on the opening of Jerry Springer: the Opera which is making a few people a bit uptight in Cincinnati. How shocking.
No, not really. Not really at all.
- Larry Gross
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