Jimmy's Question of the Day
“Question of the Day”… In 3 words, how would you describe yourself?
Ex Iowa Hawkeye football player Christian Ballard walked away from the Minnesota Vikings training camp. He told USA Today that he wasn’t enjoying life in the NFL anymore, so he left and got married. He wanted to spend more time with his loved ones. Time you’ll never get back.”
“Question of the Day”… Would you work at a place where you made LOTS of money but you were NOT happy?
Last night, for dinner, I had a grilled cheeseburger hot off the grill. Not too many things better than a GOOD cheeseburger. Today is National Cheeseburger Day.
“Question of the Day”…Where do you go to get the BEST cheeseburger in town?
This morning I was eating a bowl of Captain Crunch for breakfast. Ant I came up with my “Question of the Day’… What goes first in the bowl milk or the cereal?
Okay, it’s September, not Christmas. I saw K-Mart promoting Christmas. The ad says “Don’t let the holidays sneak up on you,” it featured a gingerbread man sneaking up on a woman in an office. “Get in, get more Christmas.” It was K-Mart promoting free layaway.
“Question of the Day”… Do you think it’s too early to be thinking about Christmas?
I was reading a story about some students at a university. They created “Breakup Gifts”, meant to be exchanged when couples go their separate ways. The thinking is to ease the pain and anger after a split.
“Question of the Day”… What parting gift would you give your ex?
I was watching an old episode of “Family Feud” with Richard Dawson and it gave me an idea for “The Question of the Day”…Name something you should NEVER do when drunk?
I was reading an article about co-workers in the workplace and how some conversations can be tricky.
“Question of the Day”… How do you tell a co-worker that they have bad personal hygiene?
“Question of the Day”… What’s the one thing you should ask someone before getting married?
I was reading a story about discussing money in the office may no longer be a taboo, thanks to the new idea of the “transparent workplace.” It’s a system where salaries are not kept secret. Everybody knows what you make.
“Question of the Day”… Is it a good idea to know what everybody in the workplace earns/makes?