Aircraft engineer who has no sense of humor that he's aware of.
I get the feeling that the thing that Caufield really dreads the arguments over what should be tossed.
Who would keep either of those things in the garage?
On the bright side, he’s young enough that having girls laugh at him won’t hurt too bad. It really hurts when you care what they think of you.
I’m surprised when I occasionally find a loaf of bread with a twist tie, the stuff I get at Kroger usually has those flat plastic things. I usually repurpose one of my pipe cleaners to give my bread a good seal.
The ancient Greeks believed in a form of this. If someone hears a prophecy from the Gods, and tries to do something to keep the prophecy from happening, the Gods will change other things to keep the prophecy on track.
For example, in Oedipus Rex, it was prophesied at his birth that the title character would murder his father and marry his mother. His father sent him to a neighboring kingdom where he was raised by different parents. Later, when he was a young man, Oedipus heard the same prophecy and left his home. He came across his real father while traveling and killed him in a fit of road rage. He later married the queen and became king, had a few children and then learned the truth. Thus the prophecy fulfilled itself.
I just figured it was a mad scientist thing.
RAM JAM JAM?
“Oooo… Black Betty famalam!…”
Squirrley should have known that Rip is never one to waffle.
I’m surprised about the game question. Phoebe should have been able to figure it out by recalling his recollections about old games and thinking of the vintage games he enjoys now.
That said, if we go by what he said about summer camp, his recollections can be somewhat faulty.
Would this have worked on Lord Splendid Humility?