Wait till the full Resignation Crisis hits.
Anne. It’s in chapter 34, a few sentences after Jubal dictates a morbid poem called “One For the Road” to Anne and tells her to send it to the New Yorker.
“You have to give an editor something to change, or he gets frustrated. After he pees in it, he likes the flavor better, so he buys it.” —Robert A. Heinlein, “Stranger in a Strange Land”
Always liked the Peanuts strips where Lucy complains about someone else being crabby.
“Screech” is more like it. “Holler” is a gentle murmur in comparison.
Great big fat IF, for most of us!
Unfortunately, it is spelled “woah”, on phones, blogs and less literate websites, everywhere.
You’d have what you didn’t shell out for premiums if you’d saved & invested it.
“Has” as in “He has a pet rabbit.”