What criteria do you think is most important when picking a College or university?
What is the best home field advantage in sports?
Where do you think the best place to invest money is?
Is there a child you looks up to you?
Is it easier to win or lose with grace?
What is your favorite national park?
What was the fanciest wedding you have ever been to?
When have you seen history made either in person or on TV?
What makes you lose your inhibitions?
What College/University did you want to attend but did not?
What are the perks of your job?
What was the most expensive party you have ever been to?
What College sports team is your favorite?
When do you expect someone else to pick up the tab?
What was the best wedding you have ever been to?
What lessons from the bible can you use today?
What bible story do you have trouble with?
What was the biggest perk of any job you had?
How old should a child be when they learn about money?
Would you take your bosses job if it was offered to you?
If the money was the same what job at your current company/employer would you want?
What book made you cry?
What landmark symbolizes America?
Under what circumstances would you adopt a child?
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