It's Wednesday again, the day I get to be nosy. I often find that asking questions is just as difficult as answering them. When you have a chance to ask a question, how do you make it count? People often say there's no such thing as a stupid question, and that may be true. But what if you had a limited number of questions? The game 20 Questions isn't ultimately that restrictive, as that gives you plenty of time to maneuver.
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What would my question be? I think, at this point in my life and with my irrepressible curiosity, I'd need to ask this: What kind of alien life exists in the universe? With all the stars out there, I believe it has to exist somewhere. The movie Contact said it best: "If there wasn't, it seems like an awful waste of space."
Now, I could simply ask if alien life exists, but that would yield me a simple YES/NO answer without any detail. And for a question of this kind, I want more details. The answer could still be no, it doesn't exist, but if it does, I want more knowledge to accompany the reply. That's just the way I am.
The question you choose says a lot about who you are, which is while I'll deal with it in my next installment of "Character Profile ?'s." I plan to do that sometime in the next week.
Until then, I'll leave you with something to laugh on. At least I hope. This is an example of my own personal humor. I designed this myself for a t-shirt in my Cafe Press Shop (which is still small, but maybe one day I'll make something of it), and it has to do with the ultimate question. I hope you enjoy. And if not, please don't be too harsh.