The “Madeline” books have a useful moral: of any 12 given people, 11 will be of no account whatsoever
From the issue besetting us, I see, alas, no issue.
conundrum: is someone who’s unaware that cheese should be kept in fridge likely to read and understand the word “perishable”?
new meetup idea: catalyzed self-improvement, where you discuss books by tony robbins and stephen covey, after doing methamphetamines
was only just today turned on to the expression “nuke it from orbit.” so useful. thanks ben a.
Here’s Fred Armisen Improvising Every Possible New York Accent for Four Minutes http://t.co/Ok7IKviGdM via @BrowBeat
eggs evolved to be oval because spherical ones survived less often when predators played soccer with them
whats up with the word “garner”?
revised NPR plug for @InvestNI calls N. Ireland workforce “loyal”. meaning “loyalist”? or had focus group pegged it as “inconstant”?
I’m sure I’ve commended “Peep & The Big Wide World” to you before … it scores on all three of your criteria. Quack the duck is such a fantastic character. Watched one tonight. Peep: “Did you ever notice things roll downhill, but nothing rolls up?” Quack: “Peep — you’ve discovered … a flaw … in the system!”