the daily bour·geois /bo͝orˈZHwä/, 6-11-20

Just in case anyone believes I’ve grown soft and round while living in a retirement village, you are w-rong, w-rong, w-rong! I totally embarrassed Susan by going out in public with a toothpaste stain on my shirt. Don’t ever say I’m not ‘a man of the public’. I can ‘slob it up’ as well as…… Continue reading the daily bour·geois /bo͝orˈZHwä/, 6-11-20

the daily crackling and hissing, 4-28-20

(with thanks to C. Schultz and others) “The time will come when diligent research over long periods will bring to light things which now lie hidden. A single lifetime, even though entirely devoted to the sky, would not be enough for the investigation of so vast a subject… And so this knowledge will be unfolded…… Continue reading the daily crackling and hissing, 4-28-20

the daily ‘a is for this‘ ‘b is for that’ and so on, 4-27-20

  At the end of any of these please feel free to add the phrase “due to Covid 19”. A is for Amazon, our source for talcum powder but not disinfectant wipes, toilet paper, gloves and masks – due to Covid-19 (see how that works?) B is for ‘Birx’, an American physician who is working on The Wuhan…… Continue reading the daily ‘a is for this‘ ‘b is for that’ and so on, 4-27-20

the daily zwischenzug, 4-22-20

Not all sports involve arm and leg muscles. Sports also involve the brain which has muscles, right? Let’s look up the term muscle-brain shall we? muscle-brain – A person who actively participates in physical sports, possibly highly skilled in sports, but does not do well in academic activities, like math and science. A large, strong, but inept,…… Continue reading the daily zwischenzug, 4-22-20