1) Most people are never going to die because they are never going to be born.  The set of possible people transcribed by our DNA  massively exceeds the set of actual people. Had your parents mated on a different day, at a different altitude, or to a different song, – you would cease to exist.  Thus, are we fortunate that we are going to die?


2) Following the Nugz publishing launches of: (i) Baklava vs Balaclava: how to avoid misunderstandings to reduce fatalities, sticky wickets and even sticky hair; (ii) Consensual Cannibalism: Does the reader of an autobiography consume the life of the author, and does the author in turn, consume the life of the reader, and (iii) Jack your Sirtuins: Biohacking Chemistry for Dummies, Nugz publishing is pleased to announce its 4th book, Gems in America: the best avocado toast, mid price hotel shampoo and car vacuum in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.


3) To be a good breast stroker you need to have frog legs – Is the converse true, – that to be a good a frog, a frog would need to have breasts?