A father was speaking to his teenage daughter: “You arrived very late, at 3 o’clock in the morning, and you kept your mother and I up waiting anxiously for you. I do not want that to ever happen again.” “But father!” the teenage girl replied, “I will not be able to ever do that again!” What did she mean?
The father is a robot. No, they had been talking about the girl’s birth.
A man locked his son out of the house. The son thanked him. Explain.
The son, in his late teens, was spoiled and idle. The father correctly inferred that evicting him and forcing him to earn his own way would benefit him, however unpleasant it would be at first. When the son found a job and had worked at it for a while, he understood how his father’s actions had made his life more respectable and constructive, therefore he thanked his father.
A gang of thieves rob a warehouse one night. They capture two night watchmen and place them, unharmed and unbound, in the trunk of a car park nearby. The next morning, employees hear sounds coming from the trunk and open it. One man steps out alive and well, the other is dead. How did one of them survive?
One of them suffocated; the other lived by breathing the air from the spare tire in the trunk.
How are these connected? The world 1804, Facebook 2012, Africa 2009, China 1982
When each place hit 1 billion population
In hell everyone is punished by being forced to eat with chopsticks that are three feet long. Everyone in hell is angry and starving because they can not pick up the food and can not get it into their mouths. In heaven everyone is gifted with three foot long chopsticks and they are all happy and full. How come?
In Heaven each person would use their 6 foot chopsticks to pick up some food and feed the person opposite them. In return, the person opposite would do the same back.
Both individuals get fed. However, in hell the people are selfishly trying to use their own chopsticks to feed themselves. That’s why they are hungry.
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