Who’s teaching Alice Yiddish idioms?
I maintain that the Flat Earth Society is a giant put-on. A performance art project. Or, they could really be that aggressively gullible.
CLAMS GOT LEGS!
As you get older, and your parents, and then even siblings, end up in places like this, seeing people for who they were rather than who they’ve become is essential.
OK, so when I was about the age you see me in my avatar, my parents took me along to a furniture store in downtown Denver. It occupied several floors of an old building, and had something I’d never seen before: a freight elevator with a gate on the car rather than a door and a single lever to operate it. The combination of the old building and this somewhat hazardous conveyance (I was admonished to stand at the back of the car away from the open end) made this my favorite place to visit in town. How is a fascination for creepy old buildings something that seems innate in some people?
The mystery is about the donut, right?
But where does that leave Aunt Fritzi?
An aerial view of something
The league has programs for that now.
A Droodle graced the cover of a Frank Zappa album.