A Help Wanted Add For A Photo Journalist Asked The Rhetorical Questio
A help wanted add for a photo journalist asked the rhetorical question:
If you found yourself in a situation where you could either save
a drowning man, or you could take a Pulitzer prize winning
photograph of him drowning, what shutter speed and setting would
-- Paul Harvey
If a lawyer and an IRS agent were both drowning, and you could only save one of them, would you go to lunch or read the paper?
Q: How do you save a drowning lawyer? A: Throw him a rock.
You would toss a drowning man both ends of a rope.
What do you take me for, an idiot?
-- General Charles de Gaulle, when a journalist asked him if he was happy...
Would I ask you a rhetorical question?
To save your world you asked this man to die; Would this man, could he see you now, ask why?
-- W. H. Auden (1907-1973), Epitaph for an Unknown Soldie...
Part of the glacier melts, drowning you under a torrent of water.
Harry constantly irritated his friends with his eternal optimism.
No matter how bad the situation, he would always say, "Well, it could have been worse....
Grandma: [singing] How many roads must a man walk down before you can call him a man?
Homer: Seven! Lisa: No, Dad, it's a rhetorical question....