Dogs will always look for a toy close to wherever they happen to be, even if they know it isn't there--at least, that's what Billy Bob does.
Appendix A of Blues Guitar for Dummies is "How to read music." Eight pages. Me and this book are gonna get along just fine.
A toast from Robert Benchley in some movie I wasn't really watching: "May all your little ones be troubled."
Anybody listened to Dennis Miller's new radio show yet? I've heard a few minutes here and there, and despite the promos, which call him "the king of rants," he seems throttled back to the point of comatosity.
Who cares? He dislodged satanic hamster Michael "you should get AIDS and die" Savage. More than that one can ask of no man.
For months I've been collecting links for a long piece on Wikipedia. Now I've got so many I'm totally overwhelmed. And uninterested.
Favorite wikipedia story: Poor John Siegenthaler, Sr., a well-known journalist whose wiki for more than a day claimed he'd killed and eaten John F. Kennedy.
Fun paragraph saved from a newspaper years ago:
Custer also admitted he used LSD and hallucinogenic mushrooms, smoked marijuana and shoplifted a block of cheese from Kmart "every Sunday."It's Friday, gotta have an old-time radio show. No, not I Was a Communist for the FBI. Tonight it's Bing Crosby, with Ella Fitzgerald and the Mills Brothers. A little noisy, a little scratchy, a little skippy, but after all it was taken from a nearly 60-year-old disk (9/11/49). Still eminently worth listening to.
Update: LGF: "Wikipedia Moonbat Says Rathergate Docs Are Real"
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