Correspondence from the clueless
Date: Tue, 1 Nov 94 22:31:17 PST
Subject: Correspondence from the clueless
These are unanswered letters to Marilyn Vos Savant (printed in the "Ask
Marilyn" column of the 10/23 issue of Parade magazine). It was all I could do
to keep from including my answers... -psl
I have two questions to ask you that I've been trying to figure out for ages:
Is there life after death? And how can quick-dry spray make your nails dry quicker?
-- J.C., West New York, N.J.
I've heard that television adds 10 pounds to your usual body weight. Why and where?
-- B.K., Los Angeles, Calif.
In the Garden of Eden, after God created Adam and before Eve was created, did
Adam have sex organs? If he did, what for? And if he didn't, did God have to
go back and "fix" Adam?
-- M.L.M., Shippensburg, Pa.
Why is he called the Lone Ranger if Tonto is always with him?
-- J.H., Vaughn, Wash.
We hear so much about global warming these days. Would it accomplish any good
if all the world's governments required their citizens to turn on all their air
conditioners in their homes and offices and cars (on a specific day) and open
all their doors and windows?
-- M., New Orleans, La.
I would like to raise my I.Q. Do you think bifocals would help? I would also
like to be a politician.
P.S. How can I get into a think tank?
-- P.B., North Plainfield, N.J.
© 1994 Peter Langston