Sunday, November 12, 2006

Nancy Dillin Magruder

He picked up the phone instead of the pen, but Nancy definitely was ready with her nine bucks an hour rigamarole. Which means there's hope for Nigeria's Achebe wannanobees as well as in Frisco. The Corinthian ecrivant waxeth triumphant or triumphalist as one's perspective dictates.

Holy Cross by seven, the Baltimore Orioles by three in the bottom of the eighth.

Ditto to the Rovian Ranger in South Dakota.

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Pittsburgh's Nagorski Too

Not sure what all the hooplah is about UU folk needing a language of reverence. The summer issue of the UU WORLD sure did not help. Keep the language of the traditionalists and sing the Doxology when the hometeam needs to score a touchdown. Then at the end of the piece we learn that we don't need any angels or magical beings. No Virginia, there is no Santa Claus, but you can reverently open your Christmas presents can't you?

Tuesday, April 18, 2006

La Neige est belle in Canada

First day of fifth grade. Beginning French. But it was not Canada, but aujord-hui, or something like that. The devil that you know is into orgiami. Apparently orgiami was a two and a half year old English language toddler when I crafted my sing-song Tsunami Orgiami, a year ago before the IRS gig was up. Sooooo. Is orgiami a Hungarian word? Jackie Gleason wants to know.