Reality beats any opinion including my own.
“I’ve always thought an English teacher could offer bonus points on the final exam if students could do a word diagram of any sentence from one of his stump speeches.”
That would be a cruel, sadistic exercise in futility. More fun, maybe: Points for showing how he departed from English grammar.
It would be almost impossible to find someone more toxic for the nation than the current Pee-resident. So yes. Anyone but. On the other hand, while we’ve got them all out there talking about what they want, how they’d do it, what their plans are, it seems like a great opportunity to narrow the field a little bit.
What I never understood was why bother with the tub of ice? What does a kidney thief get from leaving you alive, a person who might somehow identify them?
plus ça (agent of) change, plus c’est la même chose
I also get the Hax articles online, where the illustration (if any) is much smaller. So this is where I go to see it “up close”. It’s almost more fun to figure out what Hax’s subject matter is from the illustration than the other way, though.
There is nothing more annoying (in the moment) than a nose whistle.
You should see the French army’s tool!
I hope someone can shed light on that problem.
Every time I re-read something longer than a few pages, I find another error (or at least infelicity). This is remarkable, because every time I find such a thing, I fix it. And yet a few weeks or months later, when I re-read it, there’s another one. It has to be some kind of evil word-processor devil.
In order to have a happy life, a married man must master the art of discussing such issues with his spouse. After many years of practice, I have amassed the full list of vocabulary words that are important in this endeavor. Herewith, for your delectation:
1: “Yes” (you may also use “of course” or very occasionally “Mmhm”)
2: “Dear” (any other pet name that she likes will also work)
That’s the full list.