Don’t really know—he didn’t so much switch word parts as play upon the many meanings of English words. . .look him up on youtube. . .some of hi funnier routines should be on there. . .like your moniker. . .I luv 2 sew and quilt, too!
Both my big toes have lost toenails because of that furniture stuff. . .
Correct, because who want to get near ANYBODY who doesn’t wash their sweats????
One of my favorite photo pairs ever is in the April 2018 issue of national Geographic. Page 32 is a full page photo of a baby chimp, and page 33 is a full page photo of a blue-eyed baby boy. The caption reads: The DNA profiles of these two are nearly 99 percent the same." In the same article: “Science today tells us that the visible differences between peoples are accidents of history. They reflect how our ancestors dealt with sun exposure and not much else.” As you so aptly point out, both people and languages “interbreed” freely.
Haven’t, but thanks for the recommend. I like science (speculative?) fiction, and time travel is always interesting. . .One of my favorite time travel novels is To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis: what is the Bishop’s bird stump and will it ever be found?
Wondered if anybody would catch that. . .it’s my sis’s birthdate. . .it’s mine now too. . .I’m subtracting years instead of adding them because I’m tired of being the eldest. . .math is SO versatile that way
Oh, yeah. But I am somewhat heartened by the fact that the youngsters—and that’s anybody younger than me (74)—seem steamed. All this hoorah about the 74 million who were, by some mysterious means, “disenfranchised” and “robbed of their votes,” took up arms to right their “wrongs.” The Dems, OTH, put their boots on the ground to get out the vote, to challenge all these voter suppression laws that the reps are fielding in the respective states. And we seniors who’ve NEVER missed a vote will continue on.
Absolutely! After watching those little bantam roosters strutting and squawking around the golden statue of their idle idol dt, anybody with a brain must realize that this “adoration” really has reached full-blown cult status. The ONLY thing cruz got right (I sincerely hope) is that dt is going nowhere: 81+ million of us—and the number grows daily—will see to it.
Sigh. Guess you haven’t read/heard/learned about the “switch” of southern dems to the republican party in the 1960s. . .oddly enough, the Post office was begun to disseminate political information to all the colonists at a (somewhat) reasonable cost. Seems the leading pols of the time figured that a citizenry who didn’t get/know/understand the problems of a government couldn’t effectively “govern” said democracy. . .