In Other Words: We use to do bluegrass festivals, Galax, Union Grove, etc… Each time I hear the phrase once in a blue moon, or like last night, see the actual blue moon, I get to hearing Blue Moon of Kentucky and seeing the woods and countryside and clogging and campfires and sitting late into the evening with other guitar players, and my gone friend Ralph that hitched or rode with me on many of those trips. Rest in peace Ralph, and now you, Sean.
Off the Cuff: There is nothing like eggs fried in bacon fat…
“Like a steam locomotive, rollin’ down the track
He’s gone, gone, nothin’s gonna bring him back… He’s gone.”
He’s Gone by Hunter/Garcia
Date: October 21, 2020. Source: Purdue University. The ironclad beetle can be run over by a car, no problem… engineers wonder how
Op Ed.: News, and opinion: Fake news, and opinion. Think.
Perspective: As the final hours pass before the count begins, take a breath, it’s going to be a waiting game due to certain states’ procedures.
Beach: Unsettled… if you’re into being wet, no matter…
Propositional Logic: Will return soon.
Who Said?: “I’ve been imitated so well I’ve heard people copy my mistakes.” Answer in tomorrow’s edition
Answer to yesterday’s who said: (issue # 106 was last who said) – Thomas Jefferson said: “The worst day in a man’s life is when he sits down and begins thinking about how he can get something for nothing.”
“Dance of the Planets” from Beside Solanum by Razbaque Dirge.