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Saturday Six #456

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This week’s edition features questions based on keywords that all begin with the letter R.

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Here are this week’s “Saturday Six” questions. Either answer the questions in a comment here, or put the answers in an entry on your blog… But don’t forget to leave a link to your blog so that everyone else can visit! Permission is not granted to copy the questions to message boards for the purpose of having members answer and play along there. Enjoy!

1. R is for RACE: If you had to attend some sort of race — horse race, NASCAR, etc. — which type would you most likely choose?

2. R is for REALITY: If you had to choose one reality show to watch, which would it be?

3. R is for REINCARNATION: If you could come back after death as an animal, which would you choose?

4. R is for REPORTER: Which local reporters do you trust more: your local newspaper’s or your local TV stations’?

5. R is for ROBOT: If science provided a practical robot to take care of chores around the house, would you be interested, or would you prefer doing it yourself?

6. R is for RUDE: When you encounter what you consider is rude customer service, are you more likely to contact the manager on site or call the corporate office?

Next week, six questions inspired by the letter S.

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Cathryn (aka Strange)

Mine are here:


Mine is up.. Happy Weekend!


My answers are posted:
Sorry, I don’t have great news re #4. 🙁


psalm23 Believe me, I knew that one was a loaded question when I wrote it!  🙂

1. Iron Man. I’ve always wanted to go to Hawaii. 2. Project Runway is my guilty pleasure. 3. I’d want to be a working sheep dog. Well cared for and respected for the work I do. 4. My local paper no longer calls itself a news source. It is a self-proclaimed promoter of business and the local football team. Ugh. I don’t have cable so I haven’t seen the local tv media in more than a decade. I’m afraid it’s probably the same. 5. If it could properly put things away, I’d love that, but I’d be worried that we… Read more »