I bet you all thought I was one of the “dead people” since it has been some time since my last post. No, I can assure you that I am alive and semi-well just very busy with some editing jobs. So all of you loyal readers of my blog can now rest easy, I am here. Okay, so maybe I don’t have a whole lot of loyal fans since I this is only my sixth post, but some day, who knows.
So, I started thinking the other day about dead people. No, not about making dead people, or eating dead people, or doing anything with dead people, but rather what I would ask them if I could. You see there was a post on my Facebook page the other day with one of those questions that people like to put out there. Of course, what these people don’t realize is that when they do this I think about the question for all those long, lonely hours driving around my little part of the world. In fact, sometimes, I think about these questions more than about what I am doing and that leads to missed exits, runned red lights (somehow I don’t think runned red lights is correct, ran red lights?) and other mishaps while driving. Anyway, where was I?
Yes, the question was “If you could talk to any dead person and ask them one question, who and what would you ask?” The problem I had is when I would come up with any one name and question who I thought would be the best, I would then come up with another. Here is my list of who and what I would ask them, in no particular order, but possibly with a political bent:
- Marilyn Monroe – What really happened the night you died, were the Kennedy’s connected?
- Lee Harvey Oswald – Did you act alone?
- The Founding Fathers – What do you think of the country now?
- Martin Luther King Jr. – What do you think of the direction your movement has taken? Is it what you expected?
- Richard Nixon – Do you still think you are not a crook?
- Confucius – Did you really say all that stuff or did you have a staff of writers? And how do you feel about having your words in fortune cookies?
- My father – How did you manage to get smarter as I got older?
- George Washington – Is it true you never told a lie?
- Ted Kennedy – What were you thinking when you drove off the bridge?
- George H.W.Bush – Wait, he isn’t dead yet, oh well, I’ll ask anyway. Do you still want us to read your lips about the no new taxes thing?
That’s it for now, although I am sure as I drive around tomorrow I will think of some more. How about you?