Photography And Half-Thoughts By Mitchell Hegman

...because some of it is pretty and some of it is not.

Monday, October 24, 2016

Six More Questions

—Do you think a lie based on omission is less malicious than a lie based on fabrication?
—Have you ever purposely driven a short distance down a one-way street?  Should that be a punishable offense?
—Do the voices in your head have British accents?
—If you found a wad of dollar bills on the floor of a large retail store, which of the following would you do?
            1. Take the money
            2. Ignore the money
            3. Whistle sharply
            4. Take the money to lost and found
—What color do you consider a “nonstarter?”
—Which do you prefer, sunrise or sunset?
--Mitchell Hegman


  1. 1. Whether based on fabrication or omission a lie is a deception.
    2. Yes I have driven a short distance down a one-way street. Should it be a punishable offense? Why should it be?
    3. The voices in my head speak perfect English.
    4. Most likely the money won't be on the floor anymore. Someone would have found or seen them first.
    5. gray?
    6. "Sunrise sunset, sunrise, sunset,
    Swiftly flow the days,
    Seedlings turn overnight to sunflowers,
    Blossoming even as they gaze."

  2. I have also purposely gone the wrong way down a one-way street.