On the subject of Frequently Asked Questions, I have this to say. Are they truly frequently asked? Out of all the times I have ever consulted frequently asked questions, I never found the one for which I needed an answer. Worse yet, I could never find a category. They always list 4, 5 or 6 categories, then “Other.” Then when I look under other, I can’t find my question there either. Not a thing comes close.
I guess that either makes me weird or their questions aren’t as inclusive as they would like to imply. Moreover, it would seem that I am mostly on my own. Frequently, I actually figure things out, though it takes some time. On the other hand, I just tried to install a product that should have not taken over 3 hours to install. I gave up after 16. I don’t need any piece of software that I can’t install after 16 hours. Moreover, it was also difficult to de-install. Moreover, it was difficult to use.
Taught me a lesson or two. Next time I am going to install something, I will make sure to mark the spot so I can return to whence I came. Even that brings me angst. I have not yet established much trust in the ability of the software that can restore that well.
Be that as I may, the whole thing prompted a thought. Maybe the US government could establish a frequently asked question web site. I’m not suggesting it would help much but it would be interesting just what questions they would post and what kind of answers they would concoct, for instance, “What is a woman?”
God’s law was clear, “Though shalt not murder.” Simple. Requires little in the way of explanation. On the other hand, the government at every level has pages and pages on the subject. Can you imagine querying murder on frequently asked questions? Did you say you have a day or two to read the reply?
How about something on the subject of abortion. No problem for the dems…any time, any place, by someone with an MD after his name. No follow-up exam necessary.
Then, there is the matter of theft. All you can get away with as long it has a value of less than a grand. And, by the way, if someone stops you, you can sue their socks off, and get them too.
Contrary to the commandment, we are not to honor our parents. The job of parenting has been turned over to the daycares, schools and colleges. In short the government. By the way, we’d better not forget it or the FBI will be after us.
Incidentally, if we ask who should be in control, it’s the dems. We best not forget that either or we will be tossed in the hoosegow and we’ll not see the light of day for years, if ever.
I guess it would be a bad idea to look for that on the FAQ list. They will look for you and prohibit you from publishing a book, being on TV or radio. Your name will instantly be mud, perhaps literally.
Incidentally, lest I forget, bribes too are wrong, even the ones that are completely legal. The Bible does make that perfectly clear. You wouldn’t doubt what this had you read the entire Bible. It really is in there, plain and simple to see for all. It says something about the way bribes cloud judgement. I am sure that is indisputable, even if you do not believe what is written.