“Lord Ronald said nothing; he flung himself from the room, flung himself upon his horse and rode madly off in all directions.”
— Stephen Leacock, “Nonsense Novels”,1911Canadian economist & humorist (1869 – 1944)
I’m still trying to work out how PBF characters wear glasses (without noses).
Didn’t you write this post, like, six months ago?
Great setup for testing logical loopholes though.
Like, how about instead of writing ‘spanking’ the kid writes…‘Dads who care about how their kids feel about spanking.’or…‘Things that I love’or…‘People who feel compelled to respond strongly to any of these messages I write.’
‘That stupid website I made that will in 30 minutes, automatically release video clips I have secretly filmed of my dad spanking me, UNLESS I log-in and temporarily stop it.’
Alas, If only he had stowed some Lucky Charms…
One of my favourite lines from a TV commercial was one for Captain C’s announcing that (for a limited time) they would be printing blown up ‘masks’ of various Cap C characters on the back of the box. You were then supposed to cut these out, add a string, and where, in the words of the good captain: “You can fool your friends! [slight pause] If they’re not very smart.”
But full of MSG.
Is the right to bear sharp rocks covered in the Constitution?
‘Man, he was like, on fire up there.’
Some of Guthrie’s unrecorded verses seem almost prophetic:
There was a big high wall there that tried to stop me.The sign was painted, said ‘Private Property.’But on the backside, it didn’t say nothing.This land was made for you and me.
One bright sunny morning in the shadow of the steeple,by the relief office I saw my people. As they stood hungry,I stood there wonderingIf God blessed America for me.