It's been a while since I posed a bunch of (mostly) rhetorical questions, so here we go:
1) Why do people drive in the fast lane at - or below - the speed limit?
2) What makes people think that yelling and screaming (or emailing someone completely unrelated to a situation) will result in a faster/better result than simply being civil?
3) How come the people who really deserve to be sent off to live in isolation always seem to be in the spotlight?
4) What do you do when you get a hole in a sock, but the other one of the pair is fine?
5) Who removed the change machine from the vending area at work?
6) Where can you get a good Philly Cheesesteak in the Twin Cities?
7) When is it okay to start having spring fever?
8) Why does a person with questionable knowledge of a field of study decide that a brand new (and untested) theory is book-worthy?
9) How do you make a cavernous room with fluorescent lights seem cozy?
And, finally, for those of you who have known me long enough to know how much I hate this line:
10) Do I dare to eat a peach?