- Whenever I’m lonely, I take my carpet, add a space and I have a car pet that I take with me on road trips.
- I take a piece of paper with me wherever I go. That way, if I want to escape, I can tear the paper in half. Two halves make a whole. The “w” is silent, so I ignore it and exit through the hole.
- Manure: I just love that shit.
- Prediction: The first true robot dog will be called “Dogmatic”.
Here are some recent thinks:
- A name for a company that cleans up mildew: Mildon’t
- I just saw “free range eggs” on the menu of this diner. Why would anyone put eggs in cages in the first place?
- Apple should come out with a new edible (and healthy) tablet. They could call it the Vegetablet.
- Attilapia: A brutal military leader of the nation of tilapia fish.
- Even more assinine than “assinine”: Assini…
We are, all of us, waves in the ocean
Made of the stuff around us
Connected to the stuff around us
Brought to life by energy
Always in motion, never still
Having some measure of influence on our surroundings
As quickly as we are formed, we disappear
Some fade gently away
Others crash spectacularly
And we are immediately reabsorbed
Click the daisy:
that’s one of my bass guitars ,my first one in fact. i have named it Dirnt.
When we are friends with someone, we don’t say, “This person is a friend to me.” We say, ‘This is my friend.” My friend, my wife, my husband, my child, my cat. My, my, my…
My very 2nd Daisybrain post, written in September, 2009, was Father-Son Cookbook. It was my first real post, since the one preceding it was just an announcement that I was starting this blog. It was a short post about how rude a publisher was when they rejected my father-son cookbook idea. Back then, the cookbook was just a loose compilation of letters, emails and recipes. But I am thrilled to my…
RIP Tommy Ramone, the last surviving original member of The Ramones (January 29th, 1952 - July 11, 2014)
Debbie Harry’s roof patio, New York City. (That’s Chris Stein in the hammock with her.)
July & July
Why is the month of July (Jü-l) pronounced differently that the given name, July (Jü-l)? The reason these two heterographs (words with different meanings and sounds that are spelled the same) confuse me is that they both come from Julius Ceasar. In fact, the given name comes from the month, just like the name “April” comes from a month. Back in Ceasar’s day, there wasn’t a letter…