1. I take my reusable bags to the grocery store to avoid plastic bags. Why do they insist on putting every package of meat in a separate plastic bag anyway? I know the excuse is to avoid cross-contamination. But have you looked at a meat counter? Most of the stuff in there is fresh meat combined with fruit, vegetables, stuffing--everything else you find in the grocery store except maybe fish food and tabloids. Isn't that cross-contamination?
2. In the midst of all the flash-flooding in the Midwest, why haven't the powers that be resurrected the old punishment that was meted out for adultery in the seventeenth century? People who insist on driving on a flooded road and then have to be rescued, requiring resources legitimately needed elsewhere should have an "S" branded on their foreheads for "Stupid" or "Self-centered."
3. Why is a golfer allowed to use more than one club? I think a club could be devised that would work for all shots. It might be more of a challenge, but how could that be bad? Tennis players don't switch rackets between shots. Are football teams allowed to use a different ball for a kick than a pass play? I have a theory on this one: it would put caddies out of a job and make golf cheaper to play and thus more open to the unwashed masses. It is the only sport in our local school where kids have to provide their own equipment.
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