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Lost keys comic trope:
“ ‘I suppose it is impossible to find out how high the elm was?’ I asked.
“ ‘I can give you it at once. It was sixty-four feet.’
“ ‘How do you come to know it?’ I asked, in surprise.
“ ‘When my old tutor used to give me an exercise in trigonometry, it always took the shape of measuring heights. When I was a lad I worked out every tree and building in the estate.’ "
From “The Musgrave Ritual”, found in “Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
They have to find some way to recoup the money spent for the fake Dead Sea Scrolls:
The Doorway Effect:
Would that parrot be a Norwegian Blue? /s
They’re attempting that in Pennsylvania:
Pennsylvania attorney general files lawsuit to stop Republican effort to obtain voter data amid concern over an Arizona-style ‘audit’
“The Great Dictator” 2 chairs scene
No more difficult than a swallow carrying a coconut. /s
“Lobsters and crabs both belong to shellfish a subphylum known as Crustacea, making them crustaceans, or animals with an exoskeleton that molts occasionally for the animal to get bigger. Like most crustaceans, these two live in aquatic environments. To break them down even further, their order is Decapoda, making them decapods. A decapod crustacean has multiple appendages that attach to their body segments.
“Crabs have rounder bodies than lobsters with several long legs that extend out from their shell-like exterior. They have one pair of claws at the front of their bodies. Crabs come in a variety of colors, sizes, and even shapes, but you can almost always tell that it’s a crab just by its looks. Contrary to popular belief, many animals with “crab” in their names aren’t true crabs, like the hermit crab, porcelain crab, and horseshoe crab.
“A lobster has a longer, narrower body than a crab, and its legs don’t usually appear as long and extended, although they often are. A lobster’s claws can be massive, sometimes looking almost as big as the lobster itself. Lobsters can also come in many sizes and colors, but they generally have a very distinct shape.
“Another difference that’s easy to spot immediately when you observe crabs and lobsters is the way they walk. Lobsters walk forward and backward, but crabs usually walk sideways.”