"If you obey all the rules you miss all the fun." - Katharine Hepburn
Question #82762 posted on 06/14/2015 9:18 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

What have been some of your favorite questions that were asked? It can be a question you answered, a question you asked or even just question you were not involved in that you loved.

-No Oxford Comma

A:

Dear heathen,

I was pretty pleased with my ability to come up with an answer to Board Question #79795, wherein I was asked to tease out the connections between women, pigeons and Islam and surprisingly found some answers. I don't think I've ever put more research or effort into an answer (with the possible exception of the Declaration of Tinderpendence). I also liked it when Kemosabe asked me about tropical fruits

You didn't ask this, but here's the question I most wish I'd answered differently. In Board Question #80518 An earnest reader queried,

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I have almost finished my application for next fall except for the Ecclesiastical Endorsement. I'm living in an area with no LSD church. Is there any way for me to receive an endorsement? for example: through e-mail or Skype? 

Prospective Student

Here's what I would have answered had I not chickened out and deleted in fear of hurting someone's feelings (when I still cared):

The best way to receive an endorsement from the LSD church is to take a short trip.

I can now return to my old man cave of crankiness and lay my regrets to rest evermore.

--Ardilla Feroz 

A:

Dear , ,

I was pretty proud of my answer explaining Obergefell v. Hodges. (Shameless plug: Readers, your question can be my new favorite if you ask another question about the Supreme Court.) 

I also loved Sheeb's keyboard answer, the 100 Hour Board Soap Opera, "Why am I still Single," and Divya's amazing movie schedule research (along with the appropriate backstory).

- Haleakalā

A:

Dear Commaless,

I absolutely love Ardilla Feroz's Declaration of Tinderpendence, The Board Fairy Tales, and HFAC taking on fishwashing and liver cleansing.

There were also some questions I asked that had pretty great answers to them.

-Frère Rubik