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  1. steverino commented on Tom the Dancing Bug about 10 hours ago

    “Sure we look disgusting
    But whose chops are we busting
    In a year, maybe two, we’ll seem tame

    And three years down the track
    We’ll be a Las Vegas lounge act
    We’ll be back
    We’ll be back, ‘cus we’re the Boingers…"


    I’m A Boinger

    —Billy and the Boingers

  2. steverino commented on Non Sequitur about 10 hours ago

    What a revolting development.

  3. steverino commented on Monty 1 day ago

    The e-reader Kindle (Paperwhite, Voyage) are excellent for vacations: all the books you need in your hand, and you can read it in direct sunlight because it is illuminated by reflected light, not an LED screen.

    When I we go on vacation to Florida (almost annually) I sit in the shade and read. When it is pointed out that I could do that on my deck at home, I merely sigh and say, “I know…”

  4. steverino commented on Pearls Before Swine 1 day ago

    You need a ritual— when you close the garage put the remote in a particular place, or put a clothespin/bag clip on the right side of your visor when the garage door is open, and on the left when it is closed.


    That’s how I track my night/morning meds. If the special water cup is on the counter at night, I’ve taken my night meds. I put it away after I take my morning meds: if it’s out, I know I haven’t taken them yet.

  5. steverino commented on Pearls Before Swine 1 day ago

    My wife will ask, “Did you lock the car? I didn’t hear it beep.” I explain— again!— about only beeping the second time. She does this repeatedly. We’ve owned the car four years.

  6. steverino commented on Gil 1 day ago

    The edited out the phrase, “Hold my beer…”

  7. steverino commented on Cul de Sac 3 days ago

    A lot of those kid shows (and I am familiar with them, alas) are supposed to be interactive: the kids are supposed to be jumping around, and doing stuff along with the show. My grandnieces: lumps. Even Dora— she will say something in Spanish and repeat it in English: they don’t learn it. (A new one, “Nina’s World,” with Rita Moreno, she doesn’t translate: just speaks Spanglish with family and friends. That’s a better way to learn, I think.)


    And don’t get me started on “Miles From Tomorrowland”: everything is turned “science-y” by adding “galactic” in front of it. Mom says they’re going to a constellation. Arrgh. At least they don’t say “I’ll be there in three parsecs,” instead they say “astro-minute” or something similarly stupid. Sigh.

  8. steverino commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 days ago

    I was a quartermaster (navigator) in the Submarine Force, and I used algebra for interpolating tide tables, trig when calculating distance to another ship; we had to memorize a basic sine table for target calculations; vector math for relative motion calculations, and of course plane geometry for plotting. I even used constructions (which I pretty much blew off in class) to plot the perpendicular bisector of a river channel, for example. And beyond what I learned in HS, we did spherical trig, where you can have a triangle with three 90-degree angles. We used tables for that, but you had to understand it… Thanks, Mrs. Gsell!

  9. steverino commented on Gil 3 days ago

    “I may be fat, but you’re ugly; and I can go on a diet.”

  10. steverino commented on Gil 4 days ago

    There’s a 50% chance it’s a ‘D’, a 40% chance it’s lower, and a 30% chance it’s higher.