Photo: The 16th President with his youngest son, Tad (1864), educating him with the laptop of his time. (I could have sworn this one was already on this site, and was surprised when I didn’t find it. Well, it’s certainly a classic, and it’s here now! Have never seen it with this photo, always with just … See the Meme
Happy Mother’s Day. Now: say something nice to your mom. (Yep: even if she’s dead. You’ve been surprised before that she could hear you!)
Belief is easy. Support is harder. Which do you really want from your friends?
Of course if that doesn’t work review the earlier meme, This Gives Me a Headache.
News Item: “A third of millennials believe the Earth is flat” says a British company of Americans (not everyone on, well, Earth) after a survey. Still, not quite, as Science Alert clarifies. The survey found that 2 percent of adult Americans say — when paid to take the survey — they believe the Earth is flat, while 7 percent of … See the Meme
Joey Adams (1911–1999) was an American comedian and New York Post humor columnist.
Yes, I know that’s the very point, ye who the antenna swung right past — go with the humor! (Photo: Very Large Array in New Mexico, Wikipedia)
Really: I promise! Oh, and phone spammers? I don’t answer calls from anyone not in my phonebook, either. Go get a real job.
I don’t suppose you’d be interested in dinner tonight…?
Dorothy: “How can you talk, if you haven’t got a brain?” Scarecrow: “I don’t know. But, some people without brains do an awful lot of talking, don’t they?” Dorothy: “Yes. I guess, you’re right.” Sure enough!