Exciting! We Have a Fully Audience Generated Show This Week!

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Hi Steem Fam!

We are super excited to announce that this week our show is 100% audience generated! We got SO many good questions this week for our “Living a Creative Life” theme, that we decided to include as many as we could!

Back during the busier times on Steem, we were always flooded with tons of questions every week, but during this bear market – it’s been a little more sparse. It feels great to have so much engagement from you guys this week!

As you may know, we send 2 steem to users when we use their question. Always have since our show first started a year and a half ago. Our goal would be to include 1-2 audience questions per episode, but this week we decided that all bets are off and we would include as many as we could.

Watch for our “Living a Creative Life” episodes coming out over the next few days to see if your question was selected!

Send us Questions for Next Week


If any of you want to get a jumpstart on next week’s topic to get a question in the hat – our topic is going to be “The Big Questions”. We explain it more in the show… but we are basically going to be going super high level and talk about some of the big questions in life such as “why we are here”…. “what is the purpose of life”… all of it! We can’t wait to see what you guys view as the “big life questions” and chat about it!

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With Love,

The Steem Sisters

@coruscate and @maryjaney
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  • @mattclarke

    I got a high level question for you. Say a car is doing 55mph. The top of the tyre is doing 110mph, and the bottom, which is touching the road; isn't sliding or skidding. Since the road is doing 0mph, and the tyre is flush up against it, we can conclude that the bottom section of rubber is doing 0mph too. So how can that piece of rubber accelerate to 110mph, then slow down to 0mph, then accelerate again.... so many times a second without tearing the whole tyre to pieces?

  • @yousafharoonkhan

    Wow great i won many month ago. I am back with questions

  • @chekohler

    Whoop whoop give the people what they want!