Important questions to remember to ask

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er, cause Mr Ed only talks when he has something to say?
I bet the stupid Qs asked on Google would boggle the mind
kinda like 40 threads on Castanet, where can I donate my ____________
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:ohmygod: I forgot about our lunch date set up!

Dear God, will NormaM EVER forgive me?
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we haven't set a date yet Silly Girl
CA said about googling can you get preggers from a horse, I did a Mr Ed joke
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NormaM, we're due again.

And Dear God, what the blast were camels doing up in Ellesmere Island, did the meteroite that killed off dinos really create the ice polars on Earth and is Earth trying to reach homeostatis via natural Global Warming and will camels once again graze on Ellesmere Island?
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Why would someone PM me all bent out of shape...make some strange reference to my lack of "guts" and then disable their own PM function?.

All i tried to respond with is that there was never any reason to delete your original post, that there isn't a single topic under the sun that won't have someone against it and, by the way, i wasn't one of them.

Anyhoo, try to relax, you might enjoy that retirement alot more.

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Dear God,

Are worms ever overwhelmed by too much food? Like, do they hit my compost bins and sorta go, "ohh man, where do I start eating at this buffet?"
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Queen K wrote:And Dear God, what the blast were camels doing up in Ellesmere Island, did the meteroite that killed off dinos really create the ice polars on Earth and is Earth trying to reach homeostatis via natural Global Warming and will camels once again graze on Ellesmere Island?

Just so you know, camels are designed for arctic conditions...
    1) They have a hump that stores fat to last them the long winters when food is scarce.
    2) Flat feet ideal for treading through snow.
    3) Large eyes for peering through the winter darkness.
    4) A coat of thick hair.
    5) A breathing mechanism that retains water during the dead of winter when all water sources are frozen.
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I realize that most arctic conditions are desert like, maybe that's why they survive in Africa and Asia so well too.

New Q: Dear God, why were the bones mummified?
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Snow? March 12th, downtown Kelowna, really?
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How many 100 vehicle crashes have we had in BC?
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Why is it that when I click on the "100 vehicle pile-up" headline Castanet links me to a story about an Elephant?

kgcayenne, I'm thinking that you're thinking that 100 vehicle pile-ups are a result of really bad drivers in a province that I won't mention (and I'm inclined to side with you here), but it might also have to so with the fact there are only 6 straight stretches in BC that can hold more 42 cars at one time... and I'm not going to say whether or not I made this stat up out of thin air or not.
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I'm innocent. It's an innocent question.
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kgcayenne wrote:How many 100 vehicle crashes have we had in BC?


If we had any, I'm sure that they were in tourist season. :dyinglaughing:
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Dear God, what ever happened to Thor the god of thunder? Did he retire or something? Do you now have to look after the thunder or is one of the other gods such as Buda handling that duty? Did he keep his hammer or do you use it now to create the thunder?
Please god answer this question I have had all my life; what were all of the other gods doing while you created the Earth, I know it only took you a few day so no biggie I guess but it seems unfair that you had to do all of the heavy lifting. Are they in a different union or something?

Society needed a god so several were invented. Thor was my favorite but of the several hundred Hindu gods I still like Vishnu best.
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You know what I've always wanted to know?

Should I start wearing a kilt?
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