Would you rather eat pancakes or waffles? I would rather have waffles.
Would you rather be busy or be bored? I would rather be busy.
Would you rather donate your body to science or donate your organs to people that need them? I would rather donate my body to science.
Would you rather be a practicing doctor or a medical researcher? I would rather be a medical researcher.
Would you rather be famous or rich? I would rather be rich.
Would you rather live in the city or live in the country? I would rather live in the country.
Can a bird be afraid of heights?
Who is Scott and why does he get everything free?
If someone is a perfect stranger can someone else be an imperfect stranger?
By all means, let’s be open-minded, but not so open-minded that our brains drop out. (Richard Dawkins)
The rate at which a person can mature is directly proportional to the embarrassment he can tolerate. – Douglas Engelbart
One person’s embarrassment is another person’s accountability. – Tom Price
But I learned that there’s a certain character that can be built from embarrassing yourself endlessly. If you can sit happy with embarrassment there’s not much else that can really get to ya. – Christian Bale
Would you rather win a Nobel Prize or be a rockstar? I came across this question the other day and it got me thinking.
I would rather win a Nobel Prize. As a Nobel Prize winner, I would receive recognition for my achievements and it would be a great honor. It would open up possibilities for grant money or really cool jobs. I would also receive cash prizes, which is nice.
If I was a rockstar, I would be famous and have no privacy. People would follow me and try to take my picture. I am an extreme introvert, so I would hate dealing with that. I would also have to tour constantly and would have very little personal time. Even though being a rockstar would make me mega rich, I would still prefer being a Nobel Prize winner.
How about you? Would you rather win a Nobel Prize or be a rockstar?
Last Wednesday, Malia and I drove down to Jacksonville, Florida. On the way, we had a few interesting adventures.
We found an abandoned hotel and decided to go exploring. It was rather interesting. The building was in horrible condition and there were numerous piles of trash.
As I walked through the place, I tried to picture what the hotel must have been like in the past. Tourist and other types of travelers would stay at the hotel. Families vacationed here and some people had fond memories of the place.
As the years progressed and the building was not maintained. The cliental would change and I am sure some horrible things happened at that hotel.
If the building could talk, what would it say? Would it mourn its current state? Would it feel lonely, now that it has been abandoned? Would it feel anger toward the owner that neglected it?