Big Bob Fan
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Bob is a rare South American parrot — not a “duck.” Bob is a philosopher. Bob would not hurt the lizard. Bob would just discuss world affairs with the lizard — and they would come to the conclusion that the world is in a horrible mess these days.
Let the little lizard lap up those lousy bugs.
Let lazy leapin’ lizards lie.
Let lazy leaping lizards lie so they can catch a fly — or nab a big black bug that’s crawling on the rug.
I would vote to stop the conflict in the Ukraine. Instead, the USA is encouraging the continuation of that unfortunate mess. That is a benighted policy. I like JOE generally; but on this issue he is mistaken. We must quit playing CHICKEN with Russia. That puts the whole world at great risk. Brinkmanship is a fools game. As a 100% disabled Vietnam War vet, I can identify with the common soldiers on both sides of that conflict. Sad for all involved.
Wendy is not all bad. See King Lear. She just isn’t good at small talk. She is smart. Echo is not smart. Norm looks up to Wendy. Kinda like JOE and JILL. JOE knows he married above his own level. He acknowledges that frequently.
My Wife: “How did YOU think of that?” Me: “I may be crazy; but I’m not stupid!”My Wife: “That’s not accurate.” Me: “It’s close enough for government work!”My Wife: “Do this and do that and be quick about it.” Me: “All in due course!”
Ralph shoulda told the little guy about that famous thoroughbred, Beetle Bomb. That relentless horse came back from being way behind to win the race - as related by Spike Jones many years ago. "…at 20 to 1…and in last place by ten lengths…is Beetle Bomb…and here they come down the stretch towards the wire…and the winner is -———-Beetle Bomb!"
Ralph’s logic is stunningly irrational — very much like that of an Alzheimer’s patient. Shoes should be stored in the refrigerator on a hot summer day. Broken bear-trap logic! Out of thin air come firmly-held totally bizarre ideas and behaviors that no rational person would ever think or do. Pitiful and poignant. Extremely frustrating to the patient’s caregiver who loves the patient.
Wild horses couldn’t drag me onto a cruise ship.