Saturday, November 10, 2007


78th post

Seventy-eight twice thirty-nine Lamed Tet Avot Mel'acha prohibitions the Prohibition Era alcohol drinking water fish school of fish high school Never Ends songs singing folk songs traditions "Tradition" Fiddler on the Roof musicals Broadway street streetwise smart brains Braniac ENIAC computer Microsoft Bill Gates geek nerd Dr. Seuss children's literature children's television CPB Sesame Street Muppets Kermit the Frog amphibians salamanders lizards geckos Geico insurance evil Zurg Darth Vader James Earl Jones Mufasa The Lion King lions pride of lions pride goeth before a fall Aesop the Greeks "It's all Greek to me" incomprehensible reprehensible disgusting gross G.R.O.S.S. secret clubs secrecy spying the CIA screw-ups screws nuts and bolts bolting running racers marathon runners Bodton Marathon Boston Red Sox the Red Sock legendary George Washington president chairman of the board leader in charge electrical charge wall socket shocking incredible The Incredibles superheroes heroes NYPD September 11th terrorism terror fright scary horror film genre type typewriter obsoltete ancient pyramids triangles geometry mathematics school subject school jail dungeon Dungeons & Dragons fantasy Terry Pratchett comedy duos twos twice as nice polite kind well-brought-up up high flying airplanes rocketships the Moon white pale blood loss anemia disease measles mumps swelling balloons bright colorful crayons boxes cardboard brown Brown vs. The Board of Education segregation racial violence Watts Los Angeles Hollywood movies studios artists painters gouache clay models model trains transit transitory fleeting passing ephemeral seasonal Four Seasons Holiday Inn hotels motels cheap pawnshop fences good fences make good neighbors peacefulness Camp David Accords 1978 seventy-eight.

TODAY'S BOOK: "Uncle Misha's Partisans", by Yuri Suhl ((c) 1973)


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