Life's great mysteries (things that make NO sense)

In summary, the conversation discusses various things that make no sense, including touch screens in cars, personalized address labels in mail solicitations, and restaurants using QR codes for menus. The use of touch screens in cars is criticized for being less functional and potentially dangerous compared to traditional controls. The use of personalized address labels is questioned as most people rarely use snail mail anymore. And the use of QR codes for menus is seen as a cost-cutting measure that may have cost the restaurant a potential customer.
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Sometimes you see a news article that grabs your attention mainly because it makes a statement where you say wait, what? “I don’t get it.” Much of these are political, but luckily, there are still some left for this thread

I read an article about the FDA’s having different regulations for red dye No. 3, not allowed in cosmetics but allowed in food. That made no sense. Sometimes there are good reasons for seemingly weird news since you just don’t have enough information or background about it. The FDA has different divisions, e.g., cosmetics and food, and that seems to be the root cause of the issue See https://www.consumerreports.org/hea...metics-but-still-allowed-in-food-a3467381365/

Recently Elon Musk disbanded the Supercharger department of Tesla. OK but why, isn’t the Supercharger system the gold standard for EV charging? Musk says that he did this because he wants to concentrate on reliability, and expand existing facilities but expand the network more slowly. But why the whole department?

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