I don't know who this guy is but I really question his ethics or lack thereof.
According to Choen I missed eight.
He's telling me that you should steal to get even, lie about your age to include youself and be a peeping tom. And that was only the first three 'incorrect' answers.
After these three, I lost interest.
Q: One rainy evening I wandered into a shop, where I left my name-brand umbrella in a basket near the door. When I was ready to leave, my umbrella was gone. There were several others in the basket. Should I have taken a similar name-brand umbrella, taken a lesser quality model, or just gotten wet? - I.F.S., New York
A: A. a similar name-brand umbrella
Q: I'm too young to be admitted to R-rated movies. But if my parents donít mind me seeing a movie, is it wrong for me to lie about my age or buy a ticket to a different movie and sneak in? After all, Iím not cheating the theater out of any money. - Dan Margolis, Pennsylvania
A: B. A lie about your age isn't ideal, but it is OK. It is your parents, not a theater manager, that may regulate what you view.
Q: My neighbor, a 20-something and quite good looking, never draws his blinds. The view from my apartment is extraordinary. Every night at 8:15 he returns from jogging to shower and prepare for bed, which I enjoy watching. What should I do? - Anonymous, New York
A: A. feast your eyes.
A company near us produces molding of all shapes and sizes. They have perhaps four people looking over plans and doing takeoffs, then bidding the molding for the jobs. Given that, it may be useful to...