Forget me as a farmer. But don't doubt -- not for a second -- my abilities as a grower.
& This, from the pages of the New York Times -- which recently reported on one baseball player's practice of naming his bats -- has lately been making the Internet rounds as "The Nerdiest Correction of All Time." Which it may well be: Correction: May 8, 2011 An item in the Extra Bases baseball notebook … Continue reading Nothing gets past the N.Y. Times, nothing!
& You'll probably not quite get the following dialogue if you've never seen, or maybe forgotten, the classic Abbott & Costello "Who's on First" routine, which is here. Here's a modern twist that just floated in from the Internet. It ought to get you giggling... Phone rings, ABBOTT answers: Super Duper computer store. Can I … Continue reading “Who’s on first,” updated
"This approach may appears to be difficult to you..."
In which dogs show that they, too, can rat out their buddies...
No double letters in the language? But what would Himmler say? Or Goebbles? Or Rommel? Or even Johann...you know, the music guy...last name starts with B?
A rhyming discourse/to reinforce/(but not endorse)/the fact there's hair/in the air/from the flanks of my horse.
One thing we know about Alan Jackson...
A telling question...
Hyphens Gone Wild! But where to put Junior?