Published on Nov 18, 2020

Sometimes there isn't a good answer. No matter how you try to rationalise the outcome, it doesn't make sense. And instead of an answer, you are left with a question. Why?

  • Why do people hoard toilet paper during a pandemic?
  • Why are we so concerned about an outbreak of twenty coronavirus cases in Adelaide, when there were 600,000 new cases across the world in the past day?
  • Why do some people claim victory, when it is evident they have lost?
  • Why do companies sponsor celebrities who peddle conspiracy theories?
  • Why do older men have hair in their ears?
  • Why is "buy now, pay later" so popular?
  • Why has the Prime Minister's approval rating bounced back to 66%?
  • Why do some people lack empathy?
  • Why can't the river run free?
  • Why don't I quit my job?
  • Why did the chicken cross the road?
  • Why doesn't glue stick to the inside of the bottle?
  • Why do they call it 'life' insurance?
  • Why do your feet smell and your nose runs?
  • Why aren't there ever any guilty bystanders?
  • Why do you click on start to exit Microsoft Windows?
  • Why when there are so many of us, are there people still alone? - Tracy Chapman