No one has asked me any questions yet, but here are some things people could conceivably ask me.

My brother Ben suggested I create a web application so that people could save their own phonetic alphabet tables.
What if I create the best phonetic alphabet ever?
Good luck with that! NATO and Western Union are hard to beat, but there's always room for improvement.
Can you think of anything for X better than X-Ray?
Nope. So go ahead and use X-Ray, there's no rule that says your alphabet has to be unique.
Why do people use words starting with "Ch" for C?
A soft-C could be confused with S, and a hard-C could be confused with K. The Ch sound is less ambiguous.
Do you have a privacy policy or anything like that?
Not really. It's amazing the amount of your profile information Facebook will let me see when you authorize this app, but the only piece of the data I care about (and save a copy of) is your numeric unique identifier, so that you can edit only your own alphabets.
Why do I need to login with Facebook?
By using your Facebook login, I don't need to store any of your user credentials. You also don't need to create a new password, or worse, use one of your usual passwords.
Why are you running ads?
I thought it would be interesting to see if Google's AdSense would deliver relevant advertisements based on the content of the alphabets. I do not expect to get rich or even pay for my server hosting fees.
You must have a lot of time on your hands.
That's a statement, not a question.
Do you have a lot of time on your hands?
Well, I have a full-time job and I am in graduate school, but I don't have any children if that's what you mean.
Did you know that Frequently Anticipated Questions would also be an FAQ?
Yes, but that wouldn't be any fun, would it?