And then there’s its corollary, the Golden Rule – “He who has the gold rules.”
Playing Solitaire ’til dawn, with a deck of fifty-one.
Second most dangerous thing – the mystery meat.
Who knows…she might have a nice explanation of the Maillard reaction.
“What a drama queen! I just asked him to wave down a waiter.”
Mmmm…looks like a slice of pizza with everything!
Whenever the rich family in town had parties, they would hire attendants for the outhouses.
One of the most exciting basketball games that I ever saw was Princeton vs Georgetown in the first round of the 1989 NCAA men’s tournament. #16 seed vs #1 seed. Princeton played a patient ball control weave, and scored repeatedly on back door layups. #1 seed Georgetown managed to eke out a 50 to 49 win that went down to the final buzzer. It was a great example of taking advantage of college ball’s 45-second shot clock. But without the clock, college teams like North Carolina would just pass the ball around for minutes at a time, and the other team couldn’t do much for fear of fouling out everyone. That was deathly dull.
Bucky probably picked that up during their recent vacation in Maine.
Are you old enough to remember when there was no shot clock in college basketball? The “four corners” keep-away offense made college ball the single most boring sport in existence. The final scores could be like 15 – 12.