Table Topics Family 63 #125-126


1. Would you rather lose or never play?

2. What’s the most important right a person has?

ANSWERS By: Austin Smith

1. That would depend on the situation, generally I’d rather lose.

2. I’d say that “rights” don’t really exist and are just the ideas of people, so in that frame of mind whatever an individual thought was most important would be the most important.

Table Topics Family 62 #123-124


1. Is it harder for you to eat healthy or get exercise?

2. What makes a good loser, and are you one?

ANSWERS By: Austin Smith

1.  Neither are particularly hard for me, and I think I do both, though sometimes the things people call healthy meals are just made to kill some people.

2. Being able to accept that you lost without making excuses, accusing your opponent, or making a nuisance of yourself, and I think I am in general, though not all the time.

Table Topics Family 61 #121-122


1. If you had a problems, who could you talk to besides your parents?

2. What makes something art?

ANSWERS By: Austin Smith

1. That would depend on the problem.

2. Apparently someone thinking it’s art, and at the moment I really don’t have a better definition.

Table Topics Family 60 #119-120


1. What are the benefits of saving and spending?

2. Which musical instrument would be the coolest to play?

ANSWERS By: Austin Smith

1. I’m not an economic advice column, but you never get anything by saving forever, and you never move up if you don’t save at all.

2. All of them at once.

Table Topics Family 59 #117-118


1. What would you most like to know about the future?

2. Would your rather be a wealthy movie star or a poor scientist who cures cancer?

ANSWERS By: Austin Smith

1. If I am right about how humanity will be destroyed.

2. Is that even a question, I’d get to cure cancer, that’d be a amazing. And I’m sure I could use that to get someone to buy me dinner or something every once in a while.