This has been making the rounds lately. Since it’s so cute, I’m including it here for those who may have missed it.… Continue reading
Steve shared this with me last week, a quotation from a book he was reading. I chuckle every time I think of it:
Honey, don’t call your father a feudal remnant. It’s rude.”… Continue reading
She made me laugh, even as a young child.
I recall my sister and I, when we were young children, watching something she was in. Phyllis played a character that appeared at some public event in a horridly garish outfit. The guests were all aghast, but not the character she was playing. She announced with grand flare something along these… Continue reading
My college friend, Dan, finds another gem!… Continue reading
Complete set of Encyclopaedia Britannica, 45 volumes.
Excellent condition, £200 or best offer.
No longer needed: got married.
Wife knows everything.
Source: My cousin, Susan.… Continue reading
Despite all of the unfounded rumors, Purple Peeps Eaters do not really exist. I set all of the Purple Peeps free today!… Continue reading
I don’t get into telling jokes. But this one was cute. Hat tip to my good friend, Mark.
One Sunday morning, the pastor noticed little Alex standing in the foyer of the church staring up at a large plaque. It was covered with names and small American flags mounted on either side of it.
The six-year old had been staring… Continue reading
I’m a huge fan of Andy Borowitz. His Twitter stream makes me laugh every day. Two of his tweets from yesterday about Mitt Romney:
If Mitt Romney wins in 2012, he would become the first Clip Art character to serve as President.”
I think Mitt Romney would have a better chance if he came out in 3-d.”… Continue reading
In a conc*rt*d *ffort to balanc* th* stat* budg*t, th* n*wly *l*ct*d gov*rnor of California, J*rry Brown, has *nact*d a law r*quiring that *v*ryon* living in th* stat* purchas* th* l*tt*r*s w* us* wh*n writing. Th* proc**ds from th* sal* will go to fund th* stat* *ducation budg*t.
W*ll, h*r* w* ar* at th* *nd of th* month, and I… Continue reading