Comment left just now by faithful reader, Suek. Well… if you’re not going to post the Powerline joke for the week… _Somebody_ has to!!! That made me laugh out loud. And also shamed me. Here’s the picture! Via Powerline’s The Week in Pictures.
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Guess what I’m making for Marica Cooks Monday?
What a tremendous week at Powerline’s The Week in Pictures
FYI. Powerline’s The Week in Pictures is a bonanza! Here’s one that came in before the coffee refill. For Miss M.
See also, how much wood would a wood chuci…
but that’s what happens when you spend most of your day over the Atlantic Ocean.
via American Digest, Online Punctuation and Usage Guide: Strong Language Warning. He says, “I said…‘STRONG LANGUAGE WARNING,’” and he’s not kidding. Putting the Punctuation and Usage Guide below the fold on account of, U No, strong language warning.
This is from weeks ago— our first morning in Budapest, 11/24/2019. Let me define the problem space. Despite spending about three weeks in early November (after Mr. Big Food semi-recovered from being a Hip Crip— remember that?) preparing to travel, I failed to pack a pour-over cone in the checked bags. Recall that we *always*
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it’s a good Week in Pictures!
What do you make of this? Genuinely interested in your th. [Insert your thoughts here.] Do your thoughts change with the knowledge that this work of art measures about 10’ x 12’ or so? Whatever you make of this as a single piece, can you conceive of it as the inspirational motif for the interior
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I’ve recently purchased a few n-in-1 items, and returned one because I did not understand how it qualified as an n-in-1 item. Which got me pondering on the meaning of n-in-1, and &/or. &/or is a very convoluted concept whose meaning(s) change depending on the domain of inquiry. Mr. Big Food and I have heated
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