1. Why do cracker companies wrap their crackers in that ridiculous wax paper that cannot be opened without ripping? There is no smoothness to the way it opens, nor is there any seam that it actually follows as it is further opened. Do you know what this is like for someone who is borderline OC?
2. Why does my car think that when I unlock it, if I don't get in it within about 30 seconds -- that it needs to lock the doors again? Is the manufacturer trying to protect us from the many times we are mugged as we walk to our cars -- and have unlocked them? And if so, in that case, wouldn't the mugger be able to get the keys anyway? What is the possible purpose this feature serves?
3. Why, when you go to a store like Sam's and walk straight from the checker to the door, do you have to undergo a screening not unlike boarding a plane in order to get out of the store? The only purpose I can see that this serves is providing a job for someone. So on that count, thanks for your contribution to the economy, WalMart!
Maybe you have some deep life question that we could ponder together.