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- Thu Aug 30, 2012 9:14 pm
- Forum: No, wait. Don't tell me
- Topic: Now we know...
- Replies: 10
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It's just a harmless little free-range joke, pecking and scratching in the femme yard. Indeed, it's interesting to note what happens when the hens leave the room -- the place turns into a pigsty! ;^) I often agree, Bobinwales, that splitting the human race for reproduction purposes into two genders...
- Thu Aug 30, 2012 8:05 pm
- Forum: Usage and Writing
- Topic: Is this sentence grammatically correct?
- Replies: 5
- Views: 1141
Or, is it your life that is spilling out of you, being filled to overflowing with love?Erik_Kowal wrote:(Is this overflowing love spilling out of your life, or out of you?)
Congrats, WoZ -- you must be very happy. Cheers! BTW, several hundred recorders with violins must sound pretty fantastic. Kinda like the time I went to the Tattoo at Edinburgh Castle and they fired up all those bagpipes!
- Thu Aug 30, 2012 7:23 pm
- Forum: Word Origins and Meanings
- Topic: "comes out in the wash"
- Replies: 5
- Views: 2377
On the face of it, I agree with trolley. One caution, though: since the question has to do with an either/or condition (yes or no) relative to an equation, this might be a misunderstanding of the phrase "it's a wash". In other words, whether you pick yes or no the effect of your choice is "a wash" -...
Of course, it'll be years before we get any decent colour pictures of Higgs bosons. . . I remember a story years back (late 90's?) that "science" had determined that the color of the universe was blue-green. I'll try to find stuff on this to back up my memory (which is full to capacity -- I need to...
- Fri Jul 27, 2012 8:50 pm
- Forum: Oh, and have you read...?
- Topic: another not a book
- Replies: 2
- Views: 3380
Hey, tony h, thanks for posting this! After the first couple of lines, I thought I'd clicked on something I was going to be sorry about, but I'm glad I stayed with it. I will definitely pay attention the next time I hear his name or see his face.
Over six years later . . . This past week, I saw yet another British import to the Broadway stage -- "One Man, Two Guvnors", an adaptation of an 18th century play by Goldoni called "A Servant of Two Masters". It's hilarious, and features, among other delights, a 4-piece band called "The Craze". Now,...
Whole language, phonics, "sound it out" -- "Oh, no, Phil, no!", I gamely shout, "With all these rules play fast and loose! For sure success, read Dr. Seuss." Now Phil, repeat after me: One Fish. Two Fish. Red Fish. Blue Fish . . . (That was fun. I started going for a second stanza, but realized I re...