You know those silly web surveys like the ones they have on msn.com every day? Today it is asking for reader's opinions on some teen's rather tasteless faked suicide. Your choices are that a) you think her video raises awareness of bullying, b) her project was "unsettling," or c) you have no opinion. My question: is it really necessary to have an option for people who have no opinion? Couldn't they simply not participate in the survey? Where they need a "no opinion" option is on voter's ballots. I've been known to occasionally do some eenie-meenie-miney-moe.
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Similarly, why do siblings fight so unceasingly? I'll never forget a lovely game of Risk I played with my husband and two of his cousins back in college. The cousins were pre-teen siblings, and not once did they attack anyone other than each other. Jacob and I annihilated them. It was so easy. They didn't even notice because they were having such a blast attacking each other.
Any burning questions on your mind?