Tuesday, February 19, 2008
Pixies and Boogaboos
This little Pixie is the newest member of my family, my nephew's 4-month-old daughter. Isn't she a doll?
Here's a choice tidbit for conspiracy theorists. Thousands of documents have turned up in a safe in a Dallas courthouse relating to the 1963 assassination of JFK. There are bona fide documents and pieces of evidence, and then there are some highly debatable documents consisting of such things as purported transcripts of conversations between Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald planning the assassination. Those documents have already been dismissed as nothing more than portions of a movie script. Allegedly, then-Dallas D.A. Henry Wade had contracted to make a movie about the assassination. That does beg the question why, if such were the case, Wade never made the movie and the movie props were locked away in a safe with legitimate evidence. Hmmmm. That's a conundrum. And a potential boogaboo.
Here's another question: why does Blogger's Boogaboo spell-checker no longer work?
These are my newest glasses, the ones I'm keeping.
Oh, and then there's this -- adorable wind chimes I got for Valentine's Day. I love frogs!
And these characters are a felonious gang of Words Gone Wild rounded up by TWISTED LINGUISTICS today.
dessert island - Piece of cake rising from a sea of milk, often featuring caramel cliffs and cherry-strewn beaches.
we received your signed contract back in our officer - Okay, let me see if I can sort this out. I believe that what happened was that an author signed a contract, then sued for breach, and court personnel used it for toilet paper.
And these are for you guys to try, convict, and sentence:
family for he/she to grow up in
Her and me went to the writers conference.
Some of the more, er, odd Google search terms I've seen lately:
Haitian voodoo chicken bones
anatomically correct rubber chickens
her belly button sticking