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We were disappointed to learn this morning of the retirement of Frank Deford, NPR’s Wednesday morning sports commentator, who has decided to hang it up after better than thirty-seven years. We always enjoyed his program; he was witty, full of interesting trivia and interesting analysis, and always able to provide a unique perspective, both topically … Continue reading
Context: discussing Washington and Colorado’s recent legalization of marijuana. Prof. B.: In Colorado they sold a million dollars’ worth on the first day. Student: Think of the tax revenues of that. They’re going to have some great highways. Smartarse Student: …no pun intended.
predicumentary: n. A documentary that shows the future. “Idiocracy is a predicumentary.”
“…so you are suffering as a result of my nocturnal imaginings.” –Prof. H.
loophole (noun, euphemistic): complying fully with the law as written
You’re so vain I’ll bet you think this song is about you Don’t you? Don’t you? …given that the song is about him, doesn’t that just make him insightful?
We write like H. P. Lovecraft I Write Like. Analyze your writing! (We analyzed this post.)
$ man suedo SYNOPSIS Obtain privileges by using a court INVOCATION Unfortunately by telling you how to invoke this command we would open ourselves as target. Please contact your lawyer for more information. SEE ALSO court(8), lawyer(8) http://news.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=3607225&cid=43342405
Altogether now: groan!
“…for imposing Texas on us without our Consent…”