Vote for Slate’s Explainer Question of the Year

We’re big fans of The Explainer column at Slate. But for the last couple of years they have published unanswered questions. It makes us look forward to the holidays.

Here are some of our favorites this year:

  • I live in Chicago, where taxi drivers are constantly talking on their phones. To whom are they talking?

  • Can an average person not in politics get a pardon from the president of the United States? (Possession of forged instrument, October of 1989.)

  • I have been accused of assault in Ohio. The woman fell over a box in the hall backward, and my brother opened the door, saw her lying there, and started hitting me. I got him down and held him down. It was all over a fight concerning my niece. What do you think will happen?

  • Does indoor tanning hurt your tits if you have had a breast silicone implant put in for over 30 years?

  • Read the whole list and vote for your favorite here.