And when you do that, when one edge of the fastener goes left, the opposite edge goes right, right?
I don’t see the logic of the lefty-loosey righty-tighty mnemonic. When one edge of what you’re turning goes left the opposite edge is going right, and vice versa.
Well, “Morte” (the *e" is silent) does mean “Death” in French …
Oh, come on. I have nothing against egg yolks, but if you were to separate them from the whites to eat separately, the whites definitely taste better.
Lee Elias, best known to me as the artist on Ultra the Multi-Alien. (And I guess Alex Toth would have been best known to me for his work on another Elias character, Eclipso, if he had been known to me at all in those days.)
A story by Pushkin, but turned into an imitation Zorro story, which Republic Pictures in turn used as a springboard for their imitation Zorro story The Vigilantes Are Coming, in which The Eagle opposes Russian troops in Old California!
Does Beardo actually run in newspapers anywhere?
If such preposterous rationalizations for voter suppression were advanced in befuddled good faith, cartoons like this would immediately disabuse them. But of course they know they’re lying.
The place I lived when that song came out extended maybe two blocks north to south and two-and-a-half blocks east to west, but the heat was still awful.
In “goulash as I’ve always known it,” macaroni is a sine qua non, as integral as noodles to stroganoff or bread to a sandwich or crust to pizza. Interesting to learn how idiosyncratic that version is.