Usually it’s a t-shirt for The Evergreen State University, one of Dana’s alma maters.
I thought Max = Ozy, and this woman is the Isolde equivalent.
Red, wait until you drive a car.
The other day I saw a woman and two dogs arrive at home. I looked away for a second, and now the dog had the leash in his mouth, walking himself.
Like watching TV on a weak analog connection. It keeps switching between black and white and color.
The bouncer was out on a smoke break.
“There’s now a huge hole in the ceiling.”
“Put it on my tab.”
It was my mom who would listen to the radio while watching TV, and my grandmother from my dad’s side who got upset at me for channel surfing rather than searching for a show in the TV listing first.
When I shared a bedroom with my sister, I would play records with the sound completely turned off an listen directly to the vibration of the needle.
One can always find money for necessities.