I was always taught to avoid the topics of politics and religion, so here's my questions for the evening... (avoiding religion tonight... maybe I'll hit that one up tomorrow!) hehe
1. Who do you want to see as the next President and why?
2. What are the top three issues you consider when voting?
3. If you don't vote, why not?
My answers: 1. I'm not sure yet (why I asked of course!) Definitely NOT Bush, although in the past I've tended to vote Republican... 2. What the candidates position is on the environment, the military, and equal rights 3. I vote, but I always think the excuse "it doesn't matter if I vote" is really really dumb... since all it takes is for a group of people to say that and then it does matter! Duh!
Has anyone else noticed that caffeine free Coke tastes horrid when it gets a little flat - it's ok normally, and regular Coke (well...diet Coke) tastes ok when it starts to go flat but caffeine free diet Coke tastes funny to me when it starts to go a little flat - so is it just me who finds this?
Do two piece racing suits stay on well? I am thinking about investing in one for the next outdoor swim season, so my suit tan is a little less clear. Still don't know what to do about goggle tan lines either. Any suggestions?
Okay so, you know how our brain is backwards? Our left side of our body is controlled by the right side and vice versa? Also, that the brain itself feels no pain! So just a month ago or so I had Viral Meningitis (an inflammation around the brain). The right side of my head hurt more so then my left. So my question being, was it my left side that was more so inflamed and because the brain is backwards I felt it on my right? Or was the pain actually on my right side?