In his 1979 book Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams tells of an alien race that builds a computer to answer the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything.
The computer took 7.5 million years to come up with the answer.
They could have saved a lot of time and money if they just waited a month.
Stay tuned for Questions and Answers Volume 11 on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.
if you could time travel to witness an event, what would it be?
Gary, I’m sure you may have seen this current trend, but have you been asked how often you think about the Roman Empire? And a follow-up question if you have the time, do you have a brief explanation of why you may think some people are disposed to learn about it exclusively?
When next I travel to the United States, how likely is it that I could pick up Green Bay Packers tickets? Can you purchase them online, or is there a waiting list like Manchester United?
Although you’ve started having individual episode artwork, I’m curious how you settled on the original design. Also, have you done an episode on every unique thing in the artwork?
Deborah Schlitz Figueroa
On the days the Green Bay Packers are playing, do you try to rush to complete the podcasts before the game or wait to work on it after the game?
I’m a bus driver by trade and was wondering what was the most interesting ride you had when someone else was driving you around?
What are the main sites you use for your research? Have you ever thought about adding footnotes for fact-checking your research?
What US cities do you most want to revisit or see for the first time?
If you had to leave the USA and live permanently somewhere else, where would you choose, and why?
Hey Gary! How do you feel when you listen to your older episodes, especially the first ones?