Programmer, opera singer, actor, textual editor.
The Silent Knight was my favorite character in the original format of DC’s “The Brave and the Bold”. (What do kids do nowadays without galvanized-iron garbage-can lids and construction stakes?)
Not to mention Simon Magus and King Bladud (King Leir’s father).
It’s an asterism, not a constellation. It is /part/ of the constellation of the Great Bear.
Actually, it is very well known in the cat world that dumb-ass Victorian breeders did a lot of inbreeding to produce fashionable white, blue-eyed kittens, and did not bother to notice that they were being born stone deaf. We’re still living with the results.
Don’t you just love how this moronic software screws up all your formatting?
The song, “Oh, a private buffoon,” is in a pretty rapid 6/8 time.
If your master is surlyFrom getting up early(And tempers are short in the morning),An inopportune jokeIs enough to provokeHim to give you at once a month’s warning.Then, if you refrain,He’ll be at you again(For he likes to get value for money).He will ask then and there,With an insolent stare,If you know that you’re paid to be funny.Oh, it adds to the tasksOf a merryman’s place,When your principal asksWith a scowl on his face,If you know that you’re paid to be funny.
…so said “Mad” back in the 50s.
The point being, “How can these things be gods, when they can’t even stop animals from crawling all over them?”
Or Jewish bibles.
Whatever. Exodus doesn’t /say/ cats.