Thursday, May 23, 2013

I can't do the math...






...but if it's correct, it's metaprime!  (Help, math geeks!)

Ship Ship





Thanks again, Beth!

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Written in Stone?

From A.Word.A.Day:

petrify

MEANING:
verb tr.:
1. To turn into stone.
2. To harden or deaden.
3. To stun or paralyze with fear.

verb intr.:
To become stony or callous.

Response Post:
 
What "petra" also gave us was, according to the Gospels, the name of one of Jesus' twelve apostles: Peter, the Rock ("...and on this rock I will build my church..."). It's ironic (in the situational sense) that what started as a small but radical movement for change has become, in so many of its manifestations, petrified.

Thanks again, Pheas!
 

Unequivocally Speaking...

From A.Word.A.Day:

equivocate


MEANING:
verb intr.: To be vague or ambiguous, especially in order to mislead. 
Response Post:
For the word "equivocate" you seem to have omitted one of the most important uses of the term, namely, the way it is used in logic. Any good Introduction to Logic will explain clearly what the fallacy of equivocation is. Briefly, it involves using a word with two different meanings in the course of an argument, so as to fallaciously conclude what does not follow. The fallacy rests on the ambiguity of a particular term.
Thanks, Pheas!

Preposition Proposition

From A.Word.A.Day:

To say "In the beginning was the verb" wouldn't be too far off as the word comes from Latin verbum which means both verb and word.

Response Post:

I'd be more inclined to say, "In the beginning was the preposition."

PheasPhind

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Broke!

Out paying bills. So broke! Looked down and saw we barely have a dollar between us!


Sunday, May 12, 2013

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Ironic VandalsList


And they even make you cry!


Don't Rock the Boat, Baby!


***SPLOOSH!!!***

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Formula Formula

Daughter-in-law Sarah left the formula for my grandson Austin's formula: