Frequently Asked Asinine Questions
As a service to humanity, here’s a dose of reason &/or reality:
The glass is half empty.Someone took a drink out of it: how else did it get like
that? Nobody fills up glasses like that; if you hired someone to fill glasses with water
& they did that, you’d say, “Hey, what the hell do you think you’re
doing? Fill up the glasses properly or hit the road.” Glasses are seldom if ever
halfway “full”: somebody took a swig, or some was spilled, or some evaporated. The
glass is most probably therefore, by definition, half empty. Problem solved. *
Yes, of course the tree makes a sound.In principle you could leave behind
a recording device, come back, hit playback, & hear a sound. Ergo a sound was made. Q.E.D.:
stop asking this.
The egg—obviously—came first.Reptiles,
amphibians, fish, & yes, bugs, produced eggs for hundreds of millions of years in the complete
absence of birds, poultry, chickens. The egg came way, way, way, way, way, way, way,
way first. End of story.
Something like: wh - wh - wh - wh - wh ...(My transliteration of the sound
of one-hand clapping.)
What happens when the irresistible force meets the immovable object?One
of them loses. ** Next.
|*||George Carlin: “Some say the glass is half full,
some say the glass is half empty. I say the glass is too big.”|
|**||4 dummies: if one exists, the other can’t. In
our universe, everything is not only movable, but mobile.|