It’s Friday, July 17, 2015. Sixty years ago today, Disneyland opened.

In an effort to liven this blog, and to make it easier to write every day, I’m starting Friday Yes or No. I’ll ask 10 questions, and then give 10 yes or no answers. Let’s see how this goes.

Q: Is there really that much difference between the two nut cases from adjacent states — Tennessee and South Carolina — that committed cold-blooded murders in the past month?

A: No

Q: Are the people who waived Confederate flags outside President Obama’s hotel in Oklahoma City traitors?

A: Yes

Q: Is Republican Congressman Tom Cole, who condemned the Confederate flag waving, a true patriot?

A: Yes

Q: Are the Greeks and Germans going to be at odds again over Greece’s financial status?

A: Yes

Q: Is Greek food better than German food?

A: Yes

Q: If I were a Bostonian, would I want the 2024 Summer Olympics in my neighborhood?

A: No

Q: If I’m still a New Yorker, do I want the 2024 Summer Olympics to be in Boston?

A: Yes

Q: “Game of Thrones” got the most Emmy award nominations. Have I ever watched it?

A: No

Q: Do I plan to watch it, considering that creator George R.R. Martin is a fellow graduate of Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism?

A: No

Q: Now that the Google self-driving cars have had their first accident involving injuries, although it was the other car’s fault, am I still eagerly awaiting the mass availability of this technology?

A: Yes


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