You Have Questions. Mark Has Answers. Let's Hope They Match.
ComprehensiveAdvice.com welcomes QuestionMark! to its growing family of advice columns. QuestionMark! tackles questions from people of all ages on any topic imaginable (and a few unimaginable ones as well) from the timely to the trivial and from the historical to the hysterical. QuestionMark! appeals to a myriad of readers, not just a specialized niche.
QuestionMark! tackles questions from people of all ages on any topic imaginable (and a few unimaginable ones as well) from the timely to the trivial and from the historical to the hysterical. QuestionMark! appeals to a myriad of readers, not just a specialized niche. From the philosophical to the practical, from inquiries about garage door gadgets to the intricacies of good grammar, answers are delivered in a straightforward and understandable manner and QuestionMark! is sure to attract inquiring minds of all types.
Who? What? When? Why? Where? How? Those are the questions that humans are compelled to ask about the world around them and their place in it. Now there is a column designed to answer them all: QuestionMark! Answers come from a variety of sources including the columnist’s background knowledge, reference materials, good old-fashioned common sense, and consultations with leading experts and organizations. Responses will be delivered in an understandable manner and framed by the author’s unique personality, savvy perspective, and sharp wit (not to mention modesty!).
The Internet brings a wealth of information to people everyday, but only if they know to ask for it. In this column, Mark provides the answers to the questions you haven’t even thought of yet. Is there a real place called Timbuktu? Mark knows! Is it better to bathe or smarter to shower? Mark knows! Why do people tie tin cans to their cars after they get married? Mark knows!
Writer Matthew W. Grant, founder of ComprehensiveAdvice.com, says, “QuestionMark! is such a fun column because of all the things you don’t even know that you don’t know until you read about them in this column. You can be known as the office or family genius if you work something from each column into your daily conversations. When asked how you know this information, just shrug and say, ‘Just general knowledge, I guess.’ Go ahead, take the credit, Mark won’t mind.”
For more information and a sample column, visit the main website page (www.ComprehensiveAdvice.com) or take the QuestionMark! shortcut at www.QuestionMarkNow.com.
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