Issue #25   •   Quarter 3/4 Edition   •   December 2018

 
  1. A clerk at a butcher shop stands five feet ten inches tall and wears size 13 sneakers. What does he weigh?
  2. What word in the English language is always spelled incorrectly?
  3. Feed me and I live, yet give me a drink and I die. Who am I?
  4. What gets broken without being held?
  5. If you have me, you want to share me. If you share me, you haven’t got me. What am I?
  6. I have married many women, but I have never been married. Who am I?
  7. What is always coming but never arrives?
  8. A crime has been committed. A life has been taken. The name, address and personal information are known by police. However, this person shall never go to trial or jail. The question is Why?
  9. What can travel around the world staying in one corner?
  10. What is unusual about the following words: revive, banana, grammar, voodoo, assess, potato, dresser, uneven?
  11. What 5-letter word becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?
  12. Who makes it, has no need of it. Who buys it, has no use for it. Who uses it can neither see nor feel it. What is it?
  13. Which month has 28 days?
  14. Rearrange these letters to make a single word: DRAGON LEWIS.
  15. I occur twice in eternity, And I’m always within sight. What am I?

The Photospeak is a photographic showcase of the activities, achievements and successes (and joys) of the Commission and its great staff.

  1. The biggest markets for telecom services are the Asia/Pacific region, Europe and North America.
  2. Ms. Doreen Bogdan-Martin of the United States was elected to the post of Director of ITU's Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT). Ms Bogdan-Martin is the first woman elected to an ITU leadership position in the Union's 153-year history.
  3. The total spending on wireless data telecommunication worldwide is forecasted to reach nearly 500 billion U.S. dollars by 2019.

  1. My boss told me to have a good day…so I went home.
  2. Q: Is Google male or female?
    A: Female, because it doesn't let you finish a sentence before making a suggestion.
  3. Math Teacher: "If I have 5 bottles in one hand and 6 in the other hand, what do I have?"
    Student: "A drinking problem."