Ask more questions & you’ll feel better.

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26 Responses to Ask more questions & you’ll feel better.

  1. Amy says:

    Okay, so… can you make this into a t-shirt?



  2. Jens says:

    Makes me think of a poem of Cole Porter:

    Make it your motto day and night.
    And it will lead you to the light.
    The apple on the top of the tree
    is never too high to achieve,
    So take an example from Eve…
    Be curious,
    Though interfering friends may frown.
    Get furious,
    At each attempt to hold you down.
    If this advice you only employ,
    The future can offer you infinite joy
    And merriment…
    And you’ll see!

    – Cole Porter

  3. Alyssa says:

    One of my all time favorites. Thanks!!

  4. Isherwood says:

    Fantastic! I couldn’t agree more, and am continuously baffled by those content to live life as they did yesterday.

  5. Sounds like the short term memory loss like the movie Memento.


  6. Kelly says:

    This is great! Thanks!

  7. Batuhan says:

    “The noblest pleasure is the joy of understanding.” – Leonardo Da Vinci

  8. Elyse says:

    Please make a t-shirt out of this! It’s my favorite, by far, and I want to wear it =]

  9. Mike says:

    JH – You need to set up an account with Cafe Press. Then you can do tshirts, mugs, nicknacks, etc.

    **google ** Your search – “jessica hagey” “Cafe Press” – did not match any documents. **

    Fix this and you’ll make even more money. We want to give you money JH. Please let us give you money!!

  10. Peter says:

    i saw this after returning home from the lab today. it can be frustrating some times, but this definitly gets the point!

  11. Jake says:

    This is my 5 year old!

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  13. adrienne says:

    D: the SlapChop.

  14. Bret says:

    My “C” is the remote control.

  15. Jamie says:

    I’m sure Wikipedia fits in there somewhere.

  16. Mike says:

    Nevermind, I just found your shirt site.

  17. Jaarrrrh, It’s Good To Be Eighty.

  18. Xyz says:

    “Sounds like the short term memory loss like the movie Memento.


    Just to clarify, the character had anterograde amnesia, not short term memory loss.
    wikipedia if you can’t work it out >.<

  19. anne says:

    Yes, shirt please!

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  24. Doug Gentry says:

    The unboring life image is a classic. I’ll second the request for a t-shirt, and add a pitch to be able to order suitable-for-framing reprints.

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