If you’re old enough, you may remember, in Mad Magazine, Al Jaffe’s Snappy answers to stupid questions. I’d like to try it with a bit of a twist. Instead of stupid questions, let’s try common questions about science and technology.
Post a question and a snappy answer. Alternatively, try to one-up someone else’s answer(s) to his own question.
Some examples to kick it off:
Q: What’s the difference between astronomy and astrology?
A: One is a path that can lead to fame and fortune while the other leads only to fame.
A: There are degrees of separation.
A: You can get a B.S in one while the other is B.S.
Q: Will Jupiter ever become a star?
A: He’s got no talent. But who can tell? You kids and your music…
A: Is there a couch big enough for the “audition”?
A: He had a promising start but now he seems to be just going in circles.
Q: Why don’t I fall off the Earth since it’s spinning?
A: Chuck Norris…’nuff said.