Six months and ten days. That must be how long Ramirez’s memory extends, and nothing before that can be recalled.
Don’t let him read you any of his poetry.
You can get pretty smart when you grow up every 20 minutes.
Current children are home schooled by day-drinkers.
Oh, she knows a Brazilian
Stan could wiggle his ears laterally by clenching his jaw. Unfortunately wiggling ears forward is not possible. The muscles in the scalp and jaw don’t work that way. In a 1962 interview with Stan Halton, he explained, ‘“Very simple,” Laurel answered in his usual gracious fashion, "A thread is attached to each ear with adhesive tape, the threads extend to below camera level and are pulled back and forth at a camera speed of 8 or l2 frames per second. The threads are painted with opaque paint so they won’t show in the scene."’
“As I grow older, I pay less attention to what people do. Instead, I just watch what they do.” – Andrew Carnegie
“Funerals are never fun, but this one has potential.” – Bo Burnam
Around here the schools have been closed, but the bars are still open. Priorities, I guess.
Every poem Emily Dickinson wrote can be sung to the tune “Yellow Rose of Texas.”