To any who don’t get the baseball joke, when a team manager has a disagreement with the home plate ump, he’ll often kick dirt on the plate so the ump has to get out his whisk broom and dust it off.
I seem to remember Prussian Blue as being very dark.
That sounds like a Groucho Marx line. “Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.”
In New York City in the 50s Jr. High went from 7th grade through 9th. A very nice 6-3-3 division.
Dang, there was a composer named Pachelbel. I thought that was a pun on Taco Bell.
You just proved Kendonna’s point. I think that for this brief moment, we can afford to take our focus off politics.
Hear! Hear! Berke knows when to soft pedal the politics.
And the auto makers back in the 60s fought tooth and nail against mandatory seat belts, claiming consumers wouldn’t pay for them, when the real reason was that they didn’t want to admit that people could be injured in auto accidents in their cars.
I sense a bright future for Andy in law enforcement.