Important questions to remember to ask

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Good question! But three seconds? Chew!
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So what would you do with 50 million if it came your way?
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Send it to Glacier.

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All of it? :200:
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No, just $100,000. Invest the rest. Or send it all, and Glacier would invest it for you. You'd be making $500,000 per year in investment returns.
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Sure thing. Cheque is in the mail.
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These questions are the answer to question of "Why do many women hate Xmas and Thanksgiving?" .
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How did cave people trim their toenails?
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Why does everything always break at once? Washer is toast. The pump for the fish pond fountain is toast. Both of them. Railing. Broken. Bike. Two of them. Broken. Rode horse on Saturday and discovered that my foot is broken. My hip feels broken. My computer is almost broken. My car door is broken. My fence is broken. my chimney cap is broken. My daughter's violin is broken. So is my electric guitar.

Everything is broken.

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How do you even get out of bed in the morning? :D
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Stories about ghostly encounters have become less common, has our 6th sense become desensitized?
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Why to kids ask the BIG question right before bed?
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It's not electronic, so someone can use an analog film camera to take a photo while behind the wheel, right? :biggrin: :147:
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As WW3 develops, no one is going to be dissing the "preppers." What have you done?
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http://www.organicandhealthy.org/2017/0 ... on-of.html

Wait one second, is this true?

The Smithsonian destroyed thousands of skeletons of giants? people who were super tall, 6 to 12 feet tall? By the thousands in the 1930s?

I want answers. Did Giants really walk the land?
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