Josh Nagel’s blog

June 23, 2009

Pondering a few of life’s mysteries

Filed under: entertainment,General,Sports — jnagelreno @ 3:39 pm

On a boring Monday morning, I had to take a few minutes just to wonder why about a few of life’s mysteries …

Has anyone ever been surveyed by the Family Feud? And if so, what did the survey say?

Regarding that new, special yogurt marketed for women that promises to regulate your digestive system within 2 weeks or your money back … Is proof required in order to secure a refund? And if so, how does one go about proving that it didn’t work? … What would happen to a man if he ate the yogurt? … Is this really what Jamie Lee Curtis’s career has come to?

What is it that compels golf spectators to scream “Get in the hole!” when Tiger Woods whacks his tee shot on a 500-yard, par-5? Moreover, what are the odds of Woods holing out such a shot?

Why are pitchers automatically ejected for arguing balls and strikes, when batters and managers get away with it all the time? Has the ceremonial first pitch ever been greeted by a first swing? If not, why hasn’t anyone ever thought of this?

Why do basketball players go out of their way to high-five a teammate when he misses a free throw, but rarely seek him out upon a make? Can anyone prove that Jeff Van Gundy and Stan Van Gundy are biologically related? Or, perhaps, that they are not?

Just wondering …

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