"Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity." - Darrell Royal
Question #89370 posted on 04/16/2017 3:07 p.m.

Dear 100 Hour Board,

This might sound blasphemous, but what if (hypothetically speaking) the Board Writers weren't behind on answering questions and they could answer questions before 100 hours? Does that ever happen? Because if so, I think life as we know it would change: No suspense. Not enough time for creative responses...the Board would probably become as lame as a Nicholas Cage movie...and nobody wants that.

I would probably start questioning everything I know.

Would that not be terrifying if there was like a 48 Hour Board? Or a 17 Hour Board? A 5 Hour Board? I'm shuddering just thinking about it. In the words of the late Brunochus Marsupial, "you're amazing just the way you are." So never change.

-Ode to The Board


Dear person,

One time Concorde, Haleakalā, and I answered a question at less than an hour. 



Dear friend,

First of all, how dare you insult Nicolas Cage and the films he has blessed upon our world. He's an angel. Or at least, he played an angel once. That's pretty much the same thing.
Second... no. There isn't even a second point. I think Sheebs covered that well. I just want to know who hurt your heart so much, and why you're transferring that pain to innocent B-rated actors?

Such majesty.
-Van Goff