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Average Rating 6.625 points, 2 Not rated texts
First text on Feb 7th 2001, 23:17:00 wrote
robin about question
Latest text on May 7th 2009, 22:42:50 wrote
Ronja about question
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Ronja wrote on Apr 7th 2009, 19:34:20 about

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where there is no question, there is no answer (Ludwig Wittgenstein)

Carrie wrote on Jan 12th 2003, 10:14:13 about

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Show that you love someone by asking a pertinent question about something they are knowledgeable about.

nOvJuL wrote on Apr 6th 2001, 21:03:34 about

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on Apr 6th 2001, 16:51:20, nOvJuL wrote the following about
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What's so great about the cat's meow?
What's the reason for singing, anyhow?

What is the distance from now til then?
And who can measure the heart of a friend?

**I'll find the answers (I'm seeking, til then)
**but who knows where, or when?

Philosphers argue, if no one's around,
if nothing has ears, does a brook make a sound?

If we ruin our planet, will aliens care?
Can anyone listen? Is anyone there?

**I question my questions; we learn, in the end
**but who knows where, or when?

Can anyone mark the dimensions of fear?
Will there always be Time? And what color is prayer?

How can we fathom the glow of the sun?
And is there enough for everyone?

**When I find the answers, I'll see you again.
**but who knows where, or when?

Is it true about snowflakes? They're never the same?
What am I missing? Any rules to this game?

Does God have a number for each grain of sand?
Can eternity rest in the palm of your hand?

**This life is a phantom; one day it will end.
**But who knows where, or when?

What's so great about the cat's meow?
What's the reason for music, anyhow?

**When I find the answers, I'll see you again.
**But who knows where, or when?

whatevernext96 wrote on Sep 21st 2001, 16:23:15 about

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Answers – alas for the progress of the world – are closely related to the questions asked (or is it the other way round?) See Gertrude Stein, who greatly excited her admirers and disciples by sitting bolt upright on her Parisian death bed and gasping, »What is the answerAs the mourners stood waiting for the final enlightenment, Stein sank back on her pillow muttering,»What is the question, then...?«

I refuse to believe this story is untrue.

A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens wrote on Oct 20th 2004, 08:28:16 about

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This being another question hard to answer, Mr. Jarvis Lorry withdrew to consider it.

A.E. wrote on May 1st 2004, 08:42:19 about

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O suitably-attired-in-leather-boots
Head of a traveler, wherefore seeking whom
Whence by what way how purposed art thou come
To this well-nightingaled vicinity?

A.E.Housman

Mc Bird wrote on Aug 13th 2001, 21:08:11 about

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I don't know the question but the answer is 49.

gwem wrote on Sep 5th 2003, 19:33:57 about

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if this is a question, what is the answer?

Mc Bird wrote on Aug 13th 2001, 21:09:40 about

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Why do I ask the questions when I afraid of the answer?

rkcba wrote on Oct 11th 2008, 11:06:47 about

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The greatest fool can ask more questions than the wisest man can answer.

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