You know how you go through your day with questions in the back of your mind that you would like to know the answers to but, really don’t care if they get answered or not? These questions usually pop up at diverse times only to be forgotten as quickly as they popped up.
Here are the answers to three of those questions that you may have had as well.
Question number one, if McCain and Palin do not win the election next Tuesday, will Sarah Palin go back to Alaska only to become a memory in the minds of those living in the continental U.S.?
Probably not. There is a lot of chatter in the media of Palin setting the stage for her future.
In an interview with ABC News, the Alaska governor said she believed she and John McCain would win next Tuesday’s election but indicated she wouldn’t disappear from the national political scene if they lose.
“Absolutely not. I think that, if I were to give up and wave a white flag of surrender against some of the political shots that we’ve taken, that … that would … bring this whole … I’m not doing this for naught, ” (who says “for naught and what does it mean? Okay, this is yet another burning question to be forgotten)
Question number 2- Will Led Zepplin ever reunite for a tour?
John Paul Jones, the group’s founding bassist, told the BBC that he and his fellow band members would consider looking for someone to replace their lead singer.
“We want to do it. It’s sounding great and we want to get and get out there,” “It’s got to be right. There’s no point in just finding another Robert.” is what he told the British radio program in an interview .
Led Zeppelin’s spokesman Chris Goodman declined to comment on plans for a possible reunion.
In case you forgot, Plant re-joined the the band for a one-time concert in London, England’s cavernous O2 arena last December. It was the group’s first full set since 1980, the year the band broke up after drummer John Bonham died. Plant just finished a tour with bluegrass artist Alison Krauss. In a statement on his Web site, Plant says that he has no intention of touring with anyone for at least the next two years. He too must be getting old and tired.
Question Number 3- What is the most common fashion error in the eyes of Issac?
In an interview with CNN, Issac Mizrahi was asked :
I see a lot, a lot, a lot of bad hair. I would say that’s the most common style error I see is bad hair.
You know people have excuses for bad shoes — because you know some people have back problems, it is the street and they’re walking and walking and walking — but I do think that people have no excuse for bad hair. Because you know what? There’s a hat, if your hair is really that bad that day.
But I always think that women should be encouraged to spend a lot of money on their hair. It’s like you should spend your most money … on your hair. You’d think I had a chain of hair salons, but I don’t. [Laughter].
And there you go.