Questions for Deep Thinkers: 200+ of the Most Challenging Questions You (Probably) Never Thought to Ask

Henry Kraemer (Author) Brandon Marcus (Author)
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Adams Media Corporation
Publish Date
March 06, 2018
5.4 X 0.8 X 7.4 inches | 0.9 pounds
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About the Author

Henry Kraemer is a voting rights activist, community organizer, political prankster, podcast host, and overzealous dog dad. His serious activism (he helped mastermind the successful campaign for America's first automatic voter registration law) has been covered by the Nation, NPR, and The Washington Spectator. Meanwhile, his trolling SuperPAC, Americans Against Insecure Billionaires with Tiny Hands somehow captured the attention of Time, USA TODAY, CBS News, The Atlantic, The Guardian, New York magazine, ABC News, and several dozen other papers of record. He fears it will be included on his tombstone.

Brandon Marcus is a spirited pop culture aficionado whose writing has appeared on several sites including,,, and He has been soaking in all things movie, TV and music from a young age. He also spends his time complaining about politics, reading comics, and hopelessly rooting on his Los Angeles Lakers.


"We ask these questions all the time. Honestly, this sounds like the perfect book to keep in your bunker. It should be in everybody's go bag."-- "Bunker Buddies Podcast"
"Take anywhere to break the ice ... .I can only believe this book was written by my future best friends. This book is not only asking questions that make YOU think, it's asking questions that'll encourage conversations with your friends as well. This book is seriously cool, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes to think outside of the box."-- "That's Normal"
"Questions for Deep Thinkers has questions for anyone you might know and is perfect for parties, passing the time while hanging out with friends, connecting with co-workers, or even getting your kids to spend some time doing a bit of critical thinking."-- "Nerdy Girl Express"