Why is Knox County resurfacing Cedar Bluff Road, when the road was well paved already? Was the asphalt just not dark enough? Why aren’t other roads, in less politically affluent areas, not resurfaced, when they are in desperate need?
Why do many public restroom doors open in? After having washed my hands, why must I grab that nasty handle or knob?
Why does the song end and the station go to commercials, just as I tune in?
Why do people insist on riding my bumper, since I have no catchy bumper sticker to read? Is my license plate that interesting?
Why does the downpour hit when I’m trying to get through rush hour traffic on the Interstate in west Knoxville?
Why is there a wreck, blocking the back door route, when I, unwisely, get off the Interstate, hoping to avoid the delays?
Why does the last train car pass by, just after you finally shut off the engine?
Why does the light turn red, just as you are next in line to turn?
Why do women with flabby bellies wear shirts that show their bellies? Is it an optometrist’s conspiracy to make my eye sight worse? Or do their mirrors deceive them?
Why do people lie to insurance consultants and think that God will not hold it against them?
The glass is still half full.