Last weekend I asked a question about a movie of your life -you can read about it here. This weekend I have a few more unusual questions. They are meant to be fun and designed to find out how differently we feel about certain topics. Don't take them too seriously.
Q1. You are the Editor of the London Times. You have just learned three extraordinary things:
It is your job to decide what goes on the cover of the newspaper. Which story are you going to choose?
- Scottish marine biologists have defied all odds by finally capturing a live Loch Ness Monster in the Scottish Highlands after many years of fruitless searches.
- Forty years to the day that man landed on the Moon, it has finally been proved that the landing was a fake and was filmed in a Hollywood studio, and
- The White House has also just announced that the President has a terminal illness and will undergo an immediate operation.
Q2. At long last, somebody invents the dream VCR. This machine allows you to tape an entire night's worth of your dreams. However, the inventor of the dream VCR will only allow you to use it if you agree to a strange caveat: when you watch your dreams, you must do so with your family and your closest friends in the same room. They get to watch your dreams along with you. And if you don’t agree to this, you can’t use the dream VCR. Would you use the dream VCR?
Q3. You work in an office. Generally, you are popular with your coworkers. However, you have just discovered that there are currently two rumours circulating and both involve you. The first rumour is that you got drunk at the office party and had sex with one of your married coworkers. This rumour is completely true, but most people don’t believe it. The second rumour is that you have been stealing hundreds of dollars worth of office supplies (and then selling them to cover a gambling debt). This rumour is completely false, but virtually everyone assumes it’s factual. Which of these two rumours is most troubling to you?