Churchill probably never said this. Google “brians churchill prepositions” to find the results of my research.
The real pain is the smoothtop glass surface of stoves like ours which require almost daily vigorous polishing to keep them shiny clean. We’ve found for burned-on stains that a paste of baking soda and water loosens them up.
Note that Janis’ usual nightgown straps are missing. That tells you what they’ve been up to.
Really stupid. Plato disdained shadow-shows, and why would he give his puppet a Latin name? “Megalos” would be better.
OK, so they’ve read the allegory of the cave from Plato’s “Republic.”
Plato was all about getting out of caves. He’s not going to be hanging around in an underground labyrinth.
Pronounced “mwah,” like a kiss. So there’s that.
To get the point of this strip, read the first part of “The Sacred Sex and Death Rites of the Ancient Mystery Groves” at ancient-origins.net.
But fir coats are a lot cheaper than cedar coats—not to mention the real thing: mahogany.
Whatever the language, the word “toga” didn’t exist yet—Greeks wore a similar garb called a “himation.” Togas were Roman.