Monday, September 25, 2006


Where would we be without rhetorical questions?

The CP


Blogger ToastedSuzy said...

What kinda question is that?

2:51 PM  
Blogger The Combat Philosopher said...

Like a rhetorical one? When I formulated the question (good questions are almost better than good answers to us philosophical types). it seemed cute. I guess it was not really, at least not in the blog world. Oh well.

FWIW, I I working on World of Words IV. However, I am also majorly into the paper I am finishing up now too.

So, TS, have you been busy? I miss your posts. It seems that others do too.

The CP

12:40 AM  
Blogger ToastedSuzy said...

I DID think it was cute. I was trying ot start a game of rhetorical questions. Like, I thought you might respond, "What, is it too complicated for you?"

"What the hell is that supposed to mean?"

"Well, isn't it obvious?"


We poets feel the same about questions. That's why we read T.S. Eliot.

I have been busy, but I'm working on a post that will hopefully complement or comment on your world or words posts.

But not yet. I'm trying to be teacherly and motherly. And I'm also watching too many youtube videos.

I'm in love with Stephen Colbert.

Thanks for missing me!!! I'll try and get my Fools post up soon.


9:34 AM  

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