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  1. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show about 5 hours ago

    Why was Kilroy here, of all places?

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

    “And this is the guy who’s supposed to ‘have dominion’ over the ‘fowl of the air’”?

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

    The Sinhalese alphabet like you’ve never seen it before.

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

    Apparently the Doublemint Twins are running low on ideas for fun afternoon jaunts. Maybe Lefty Bosco fans can help them out with some keen suggestions?

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

    With Wimbledon 2016 starting in just a few days, there’s ample reason to suspect the Blancmanges have something to do with this.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVbb6pZLfzU

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

    Next time someone calls you a birdbrain, smile and say “thank you.” Our feathered friends come well equipped with hardware and software for complex behaviors. A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences puts birds on par with macaques and other mammals, and even suggests they can think.

    http://www.evolutionnews.org/2016/06/bird_brain_is_a102934.html

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

    My face is unattractive. But I have a left shoulder blade that is the miracle of loveliness; people come miles to see it. My right elbow has a fascination few can resist; it is on view Tuesdays and Fridays, upon presentation of visiting card.

    (Katisha in The Mikado, by W.S. Gilbert, music by Sir Arthur Sullivan.)

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

    The drama of pure feeling is no longer in the hands of the playwright; it has been conquered by the musician, after whose enchantments all the verbal arts seem cold and tame. Romeo and Juliet with the loveliest Juliet is dry, tedious and rhetorical in comparison with Wagner’s Tristan, even though Isolde be both fourteen stone and forty, as she often is in Germany.

    G.B. Shaw, preface to “Mrs. Warren’s Profession”

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

    Eukaryotic City.

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

    “Generosity… that was my first mistake. I leave these people a little bit extra, and then they hire this giant pooch to make trouble. It shows you, sooner or later, you must answer for every good deed.”
    (With apologies to William Roberts.)