At what point does just wanting to chill out in the house become clinical sociopathy?
How many nightly headaches are required for a diagnosis of brain tumour or loss of libido?
In a time of rising prices and recession, is installing a bar in the house a shockingly unnecessary luxury or a money-saving scheme?
Does food you buy in IKEA have to be assembled before eaten?
If you can't control your own currency, can you be said to manage your economy? And is that as relevant for people as countries?
Why does Coca-Cola need to take eight litres of water to make each litre of their toxic waste sugar drink? And why do they keep locating their bottling plants in drought regions of the Third World? And why do people still drink the stuff, anyway?
Where will they put all the unused aircraft currently parked in Nevada if it starts raining there?
Can whiskey ever really be considered an investment?
Would it be better to be spectacularly successful early in life and then spend the rest of your existence in a sort of afterlife, or would it be better to be moderately successful late in life, when you might appreciate it better and go out on a high?
Why doesn't democracy work? Would more work, or less? Do we really get the governments we deserve?
Why are the worst recreational drugs legal and the least addicting, least socially hurtful, least personally damaging ones prohibited?
What are we here for? What if we're not here for anything?
Jetlag makes me pensive. Time to crack open the duty-free, perhaps.