You asked for it and now it’s here – WHY ASK WHY as its own column and not one big continuous column.  Apparently, I confused some of you with one continuous column.  So, now WHY ASK WHY will have five to ten current points to ponder on a weekly basis.  As usual,  if you have any questions and/or comments, please email me! Thanks!


  1. Why won’t anyone admit that Facebook is just a glorified version of AOL?
  2. Why won’t white Republicans acknowledge that slavery SHOULD ‘amount to diddly?’
  3. Why did the film “Up In The Air” receive so many Oscar nominations?
  4. Why did I see a stripper with a stomach rash and another one with braces recently hanging outside a strip joint in the French Quarter?
  5. Why do so many Americans adopt kids outside of the United States?
  6. Why does President Obama bow to other world leaders?
  7. Why didn’t Nike think that the Tiger Woods father ad was creepy and weird?
  8. Why does the Census Bureau insist that the usage of the word “Negro” is a justified racial classification on its 2010 forms?
  9. Why are so many folks shocked about certain revelations in Kitty Kelley’s unauthorized bio of Oprah Winfrey?
  10. Why did Tyler Perry make the sequel “Why Did I Get Married Too?”
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2 Responses to WHY ASK WHY

  1. lisa says:

    why…..were you checking out the strippers!

    • geauxdesi says:

      I was walking in the French Quarter and the strippers were hanging outside trying to get people to go in. So, that’s how I saw them. It was really disgusting! Ewwwwww!

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