Number 895 in the series of Questions To Which The Answer Is No is asked by Frontpage magazine.
From The Times last week, number 894 in the inexhaustible series, spotted by Alex White. (With bonus point for “role model”, which is, of course, on the Banned List.)
An unusual example of a Headline Which Answers Its Own Question in the Guardian’s US News Blog, spotted by my esteemed colleague Paul Bignell.
Spotted by Rob W. He probably didn’t know he was entering a competition, but he has won a signed copy of Questions To Which The Answer Is No.
Joe Oliver wins a signed copy of Questions To Which The Answer Is No for spotting this fine double example of the form: Is the Shire one nation? Are hobbits blue Labour?
Just what someone needs for Christmas. The book Questions To Which The Answer Is No. Just to remind you what it is about, here is a question asked by New Zealand television:
Can you teach a dog to drive?
Number 885 in my series, spotted by Paddy Briggs, who has already won a signed copy of the book. [...]
No idea what this is about or why anybody is asking this question, which appears as a sub-headline on an MTV webpage in the middle of words that include “collabo” but do not include any explanation of Spears’s connection with novel-writing.
Whatevs, pop pickers. The answer is no, and the spotter of this question, Mitchell Stirling, [...]
Magnificent. Epic in its stupefied leftism. A paragon of self-obliviousness. An unbeatable Question To Which The Answer Is No. Barbara Ellen is a fifth columnist at the heart of rightonness, trying to make The Observer look ridiculous, and succeeding.
She was trying to explain why fewer students had turned up for a demo than she thought should [...]
Yes the answer is no.
I have written about David Cameron’s successful Brussels summit for The Independent on Sunday, pointing out that his party’s Euroscepticism ought to be a winner with the British voters, were it not for his party’s tendency to squabble over which kind of Euroscepticism is the correct one.
One argument for which I [...]
It’s Friday, and time to announce another two winners of the Questions To Which The Answer Is No competition.
Tom Wein spotted the above, in the finest traditions of local journalism, the Get Reading local website report of the President’s re-election, which it linked to his 1996 visit to Wokingham. Kezia, Barack Obama’s father’s first wife, [...]
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