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  1. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 1 day ago

    Superficial guys focus on how a woman dresses or does her hair, but when he has the chance Ken likes to spend time with a gal who really knows her way around an interpretive dance.

  2. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 3 days ago

    Meet Cornelius Stumpf, Phantasm Extraordinaire.

  3. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 3 days ago

    Have you anything to say to me
    Won’t you tell me where my love can be
    Is there a meadow in the mist
    Where someone’s waiting to be kissed?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7HsGBJjilQ

  4. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 5 days ago

    The worst is over now?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emx6dU7suvg

  5. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 6 days ago

    “The actor apes a man—at least in shape; The opera performer apes an ape.”

    Ambrose Bierce, “The Devil’s Dictionary”

  6. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 7 days ago

    I just knew my dentist was going to be proud of me!

  7. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 9 days ago

    Jim Dandy on a mountain top.
    Thirty thousand feet to drop.
    Spied a monkey on a runaway horse
    Uh huh, that’s right, of course.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMWHi-SPEf0

  8. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 11 days ago

    The directionality of sounds emitted by birds will
    differ depending on whether they face upslope or
    downslope (Fig. 1). Sounds produced by birds that
    face upslope will carry relatively far in that direction
    because sound emission in front of a bird and above
    horizontal is relatively strong. For the same reason,
    the sounds produced by birds that face downslope
    will carry best up into the air and not be readily heard
    near the ground. Unless there is a need to communicate
    with birds flying overhead, this may explain
    our observation that birds almost never sing facing
    downhill. I

    From “Himalayan Birds Face Uphill While Singing,” by Malcolm L. Hunter Jr.

  9. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 12 days ago

    The drinks are hotter than chili sauce
    And the boss is a cat named Joe.

  10. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 13 days ago

    Get on board! Get on board!
    Come and join the Quadruple Deckers.