It’s like ghosts, why are they so frequently from Victorian times, in old houses. Why aren’t they ever some hippy due from the 1960’s or some guy into grunge, living in a split level Brady-bunch style house?
I never heard of this flower. Of course I’ve heard of the Corpse Flower (and seen one blooming in person), and then there’s the Agave ocahui which blooms after 25 or 30 years of growth. On a less dramatic note, there’s the “4 O’clock” flowers which bloom daily but only in the later afternoon or evening. But I digress…
So, what’s running on the lawn by the tree? They have antena apparently. Is one wielding a knife, and wearing a beret?
Where’s the obligatory “tastes like chicken” joke? Whoop! There it is!
If you lived here, you’d be home by now.
You must have read a similar article a friend of mine did, because he used the EXACT same phrase, “Printers are the Span fo SataN”. This had to do with the myriad set of problems they can have, not just ink costs.
You beat me too it, I was going to say the same thing.
Well, he’s a simple line drawing too, with no shading.
That Loblaws that houses the old Maple Leaf Gardens building is huge. And it’s nice that you can find “center ice” in the one aisle.
Yeah, they just bat that thing around.