"We Are Here!"
Yes, we are back!
We had a pretty good time!
We stayed at the Keefer Mansion Inn! The place was amazing!
I will talk more about the trip later on.
"We Are Here!"
"Nova Iuncta Verba Latina, Pars Ducentesima Vicesima Septima"
"New Latin Compounds, Part Two Hundred Twenty-Seven"
"Georgius Carlin Mortuus Est..."
"George Carlin Is Dead..."
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Comedian George Carlin, a counter-culture hero famed for his routines about drugs and dirty words, died of heart failure at a Los Angeles-area hospital on Sunday, a spokesman said. He was 71.
"Imagines e deviantART"
"Images from deviantART"
"Locusta Magna Magna Est!"
"Large Lobster Is Large!"
"Nova Iuncta Verba Latina, Pars Ducentesima Undetricesima"
"New Latin Compounds, Part Two Hundred Twenty-Nine"
"Res Desipiens de Tatiana"
"A Silly Thing about Tatiana"
"Anime apud Vicipaedia"
"Anime at Vicipaedia"
Anime (-is, n.)
"Puellae Animinae Bellulae"
"Cute Anime Girls"
"Nova Iuncta Verba Latina, Pars Ducentesima Tricesima"
"New Latin Compounds, Part Two Hundred Thirty"
"Petasus Seriae Felis!"
"Serious Cat Hat!"
"Dies de LoL Venit!"
"LoL Day Is Coming!"
"Episodium Terminale Georgii Carlin"
"George Carlin's Terminal Episode"
"Quinquaginta Approbationes Simplices Existentiae Dei"
"Fifty Simple Proofs for the Existence of God"
I just got an email listing 50 "proofs" for the existence of a god. It was also sent to a large number of skeptics, and included a plug for the dumb-as-bricks author's book — she's a flea who writes an imaginary scenario in which Richard Dawkins gets psychiatric counseling…from Jesus! If Debra Rufini's imaginary dialog is as bad as this list of "proofs" — more like a collection of cliches, bad quotes, and lies — I can't imagine wanting to slog through it.
Any one of these I'd happily rip to shreds, but 50 at once? The distilled dementia herein is overwhelming, and I'm sure she counts on that.
"Nova Iuncta Verba Latina, Pars Ducentesima Tricesima Prima"
"New Latin Compounds, Part Two Hundred Thirty-One"
"Imago Animata Insolita"
"Weird Animated Image"
"Nova Iuncta Verba Latina, Pars Ducentesima Tricesima Secunda"
"New Latin Compounds, Part Two Hundred Thirty-Two"
"Formae Novae Personarum Amatarum!"
"New Forms of Beloved Characters!"
While perusing the pages of the New York Times the other day, we happened upon a most unfortunate sight. It was Strawberry Shortcake -- a childhood favorite -- staring back at us from the newsprint paper. Only, there was something off about her.
Well for starters, the Strawberry Shortcake we knew and loved never had long flowing long hair or a Rudy cap. Nor was she ever this modern. It was another classic case of fixing something when it wasn't broken...
Brooks Barnes writes about the makeover many characters are getting in order to keep up with the times. For instance, American Greetings Properties spent an entire year working on Strawberry Shortcake’s new look which now includes lipstick, fresh fruit and a cell phone.