Things I ponder over:
Why do baseball players point to the sky after they hit a home run?
Why do football players pour liquid over the coaches’ head after they win a game?
Why do motorcycle drivers race their engines when sitting at a red light?
Why do people wash their cars when they know it's about to rain?
Why do people fill the gas tank in their car when they're still half-full? And,
shouldn't all the gas fill doors be on the same side?
Why do people pass school buses even when all the lights are flashing?
Why don't people pull over when they hear a siren blasting and red light flashing?
Why do people drive drunk when the consequences are so high?
Why do some people when they're in the supermarket always get the shopping cart with the squeaky wheel and get in the slowest line at check out?
Why do peaches go bad so fast?
Why won't people who ride the bus give up their seat for a woman or elderly person?
Why do people fist bump instead shaking hands?
Why do we buy bread and milk as soon as the weatherman says a storm may be coming?
Why on their so many dishonest politicians that end up in jail?
Why are some people just plain mean?
Why are some people givers and others takers?
Why is a cup of coffee so expensive?
Why do some parents think disciplining their children by hitting them is a good idea?
Why is Narcan free for drug attics and EpiPen's for children with severe allergies Cost $600?
Why don't some people ever say please and thank you?
Why do some people like cats and other people dogs?
Why am I wondering about all these things when I could be reading a good book or having a cold beer
David Di Saia
East Providence RI