Q: which famous person said “it’s a lie! a lie i tell you!”
A: We don’t know.
Q: will i ever find what i want
A: You will find that you wanted the wrong things.
Q: what to take if sick a lot
A: Trips to the doctor. Then specialists.
Q: what is alevel 1 charge in the er
A: It is the minimum amount the er will
gouge charge you just for sticking your head in a room. For us… $1400.
Q: what’s on your bookshelf?
A: What is this bookshelF of which you speak? Do you mean what is in your bookcases? Mostly fantasy novels, but some other stuff too.
Q: why do i want everything
A: Because everything is nice?
Q: why does everyone go to grad school
A: Everyone doesn’t…
Q: will feeding my newborn on demand make her an overeater later?
A: NO NO NO NO!!!!! Quite the opposite, in fact. Scheduling your baby will teach her to overeat so she doesn’t end up super hungry before the next feeding. (Yes, I know I’m not citing this, but of the literature on this topic I am most convinced by the correlations and logic going this direction rather than the other, even though I am well-aware that the literature generally sucks and is rife with omitted variables bias.)
Q: who can love you better than your parents
A: Depending on your parents, a lot of folks! But the Flying Spaghetti Monster will always love you, bless his noodly appendage.
Q: should i still insure house house after i paid off
A: Answer is probably yes, but it will depend on the same things any insurance depends on. What would your situation be if your house burned down– would you be able to replace it without difficulty? How bad would you feel if it burned down and you couldn’t just rebuild? How much does your insurance cost? How painful does that feel? If you want to get really technical, what’s the probability that something bad is going to happen your house. Put all that information together and decide whether or not it’s worth paying insurance for the peace of mind. For housing, it probably is.