Trinityz1 Saturday, 10/22/11 09:28:20 AM Re: None Post # of 511 just thinking out loud here remember yrs ago in school there was always at least one teacher in high school wanting to make you feel good and build your confidence to participate that would tell you there's no such thing as a bad or stupid question.... and then say so ask it when they saw a puzzled look on your face.... and oh yeah I had a few of those...one was a nice looking teacher with a great rack and she always dressed nice and she had a great set of legs that went clean up and made a great ass out of themselves and of course since I was usually pretty quiet and sat in the back and was always checking her out and especially when she sat at her desk or bent over she said her bit and happened to look down my way and notice a puzzled look on my face? she said: do you have a question? Go ahead and ask! I said so there's no such thing as a stupid question? the entire class turns and looks at me, a friend is shaking his head NO and mouthing the words: Don't do it! she said: Absolutely Not! I said ok...here goes..... and so I asked....are you wearing panties or are you free down there since I noticed you aren't wearing a bra? the class howled.....the guys roared and the gals giggled and blushed well....and later I told the principle what she said about no such thing as a bad or stupid question he said....well she's WRONG, THAT WAS a bad question to ask.... It was a STUPID question since he knew I KNEW better than to ask it he said don't do that again, now get out of here! I said okie doke! no problem! which reminds me that sometimes there's some that post questions asking for explanations to things that are just plain obvious to anyone with at least an IQ of 60 to me it seems like they're looking to annoy or embarrass or just plain harass another poster like being asked to explain an obvious joke...... if you have to explain it.....then what's the point? you can see where I'm going here..... so to those who have those bad and or stupid questions.... WHICH they KNOW better than to ask I have a solution My dad would tell me think before I spoke well I tried that....and he was still displeased so then when he saw one coming he'd say STICK OUT YOUR TONGUE, NOW BITE DOWN ON IT and then he'd stick his hand under my chin just threatening to pop up with it of course then one day I sought his advice and asked him what he thought about anal sex with a woman if she was having her time of the month well he was a bit flustered and gob stopped for a couple seconds and replied: STICK OUT YOUR TONGUE and NOW BITE DOWN ON IT well I quit asking him such deep philosophical inquiries after that and stuck to things like how deep did he want that gravel in that French drain or how deep should I set up the blade on a saw or did he want the 16 lb sledge or the 1/2" impact etc and it got me to thinking for those of you who always seem to be asking questions that go unanswered try this: before asking a question, bite down hard on your little finger on the nail and the center point of the finger tip Now, grab it firmly with your other hand and quickly pull on that finger...... now you know how to think before you type and for the rest of us when a question is given that is purely a annoyance we just tell the questioning poster: bite your little finger and pull! there, problem solved..... now moving on to that whole world peace issue........ "With experience, no explanation is necessary, without experience, no explanation is possible." #board-9931 #board-19369 #board-21675 My opinion is just that, my opinion. So make no investment decisions based on my opinion.