Why ask Why? That's the tag-line of an old Barttes and Jaymes commercial.
Why ask Why? It's also a line I used in a speech my freshman year of college: "Why ask why? A dream, a possibility, a hope for a brighter tomorrow." There was a line about JFK in there somewhere, too.
I began learning about the world at a young age. My father made me watch the news beginning when I was seven, which was at the height of the Vietnam War.
I spend my day with teens who ask two questions more often than any other:
- "Can I go to the bathroom?"
- "What do you want?" or the variation: "I don't know what you want."