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Re: [RC] Top Ten Philosophical Questions - Sky Ranch

The only answer I have to any of your questions is to question number 4.

When I was a little girl, I told my grandfather (who was a rancher,
cattleman, and who was ultimately inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame) that
I loved him.  He said, how much?  I said, "To the sky and back again."  For
years and years, that was our mantra.  To the sky and back again.

That's my answer to how high the sky is.

Carla Richardson
Cortez, Colorado


----- Original Message -----
From: "Bruce Weary DC" <bweary@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2005 1:46 PM
Subject: [RC] Top Ten Philosophical Questions


In light of the recent thread regarding the Universe and what it's
trying to tell us, I thought a review of the great philosophical
questions of our time might be fitting. So here they are:
   The Top Ten Philosophical Questions:
  #10. Did you walk to school or bring your lunch?
   #9.   Is it farther to Chicago or by bus?
   #8.   In Arkansas, is it proper to have a romantic relationship with
your first cousin.............
if your brother is already datin' her?
    #7.  How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could
chuck wood?
    #6.  How much ground could a groundhog grind, if a groundhog could
grind ground?
    #5.  Who's on first?
    #4.   How high is the sky?
    # 3.  Is Elvis really dead, or has he just left the building?
     #2.  Does this dress make me look fat?
    And the #1 Philosophical Question of All Time:
" If a man makes a mistake in the forest, but there's no woman around to
see it, is he still wrong?"
      Better minds than mine have pondered these brain
twisters.............    Bruce Weary


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