This post about no-words like no-brainer and no-doubter is a no-thinker

I often hear people say that a decision is a no-brainer, meaning it is relatively simple choice.

That’s fine, but by the same logic I think we should say that a decision that requires some thought is a “brainer.”

“I am not sure what type of bread to buy; this sure is a brainer,” one might say, since bread purchasing is a difficult task. Continue reading “This post about no-words like no-brainer and no-doubter is a no-thinker”

Important questions about cookie dough, socks and wingdings

The world is full of questions that cannot be answered.

Why are we here? What happened to the dinosaurs? Why did I tell my friend I would help him move?

Now that I am older and have more wisdom, time and hair on my hands, I have begun to focus more of my energy on pondering these and other questions.

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