Chemical engineer (ret.)
Watch out for apples, Horace. That guy Newton didn’t. And look what happened to him.
One of the nice things a out the places I worked was that dress coats and ties were considered nuisances. I tried wearing a tie one day early in my work career for appearances. And my boss said “Take that thing off.”
Leave well enough alone. We’d probably need a translation from the translation.
But Henry is happy—- even if the museum isn’t.
Probably has hieroglyphics rather than letters.
No fear, Calvin. You may not like this. But you’re probably safe from it in school.
Actually, Tuthill probably needs more to watch Mike recover.
Brown County in all it’s glory.
But you don’t actually see him using it. I remember my little parochial school in the 1950s. If we used ink at all, it had to be a fountain pen. Ballpoints were considered cheap and unreliable,
I think I may have heard it on PBS radio some 4-5 years ago.