- New Year
say that if you don't do it, you'll never know what would have happened
if you had done it, but if you actually do it, would you know what
would have happened, if you didn't do it? (Contributed
by Ashleigh Brilliant)
Dr Farquar-Smith’s comments: This is a worthy conundrum.
Have you ever thought by doing nothing, that technically, you have
actually done something, by doing that? The real problem occurs, if
you happen to be doing nothing at the time, when this happens.
something was worth doing wouldn't it have been done already?
(Contributed by Thomas Rowe)
Farquar-Smith’s comments: Ostensibly, this could be
true. Not all things are worth doing. Neither, is what is already
done always worth it, and sometimes, only for what its worth.
New Years Resolution better, when it has lots of pixels?
Dr Farquar-Smith’s comments: Higher resolutions
mean that you are made in God’s image and that usually starts
with a decent font.
If something is worth doing, how come we still lose money doing
it? (Contributed by Keith Sullivan)
Dr Farquar-Smiths comments: That is the true value
If it's the thought that counts, why bother with the presents?
(Contributed by Zac)
Dr Farquar-Smith’s comments: If it was only
the thought that counts maybe we ought to consider getting an accountant
who will make his own presents known, and that he, may actually count
If you were born on News Years day at midnight could you count
both days as your birthday?
Dr Farquar-Smith’s comments: Wait a second.
Ask me tomorrow.
Why do the folk who make the most New Years resolutions never
Dr Farquar-Smith’s comments: That’s politicians
for you. What lies ahead?
Did Adam ever have a New Year’s Eve?
Dr Farquar-Smith’s comments: Look, he was a
bit drunk, ok? If Catherine Zeta Jones walked into your office party
wearing just a fig leave and munching on an exotic fruit, what would
they have a Happy New Years Party at clinics for manic depressives?
Dr Farquar-Smith’s comments: Suicides and bereavement
occur more often at this time of year, particularly, with self-mutilators,
so I don’t think it wouldn’t do any harm. Especially,
if the buffet is served with plastic cutlery, and there was plenty
of Lithium in the Tiramisu.
Do bailiffs wish everybody a Happy New Year?
Dr Farquar-Smith’s comments: Oh yes. You can’t
take that away from them.
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