Monthly Archives: March 2023
Earlier I was saying how my mother never figured out how to center photos. Here are a couple of me that I just came across: I remember that sand box. It always had stinky lumps in it.
OK, Steve A, you asked for it. I managed to find some old papers: BTW, this is pretty typical of scientific papers in the physics journals. Pretty boring.
OK, I’m jealous. Robert R, looks about age 6: He had a pony! All I had was a goat. Ok, I had computer problems yesterday. I’m going to start the toaster story from the beginning.
I think that a toaster cartoon by Jack Zeigler (New Yorker) got me interested in toasters. And there was that Kliban cartoon about the guy who sucked on his girlfriend’s toaster. I have a good single panel toaster cartoon that … Continue reading
Actually, I think it’s Sunday. Maybe, maybe not, but I’m close. First here’s yesterday’s hilarious conclusion: Sid’s mom left a couple weeks after this. My mother loved to short sheet peoples’ beds.
Howdy. Frau G tells me it’s date night. I’m sure all you parents had problems with your children from time to time. You recall that Sid’s dad, Grandpa Fernwilter, spent time in Sing Sing and various other rehabilatative facilities. The … Continue reading
Steve A. says he had ten kids (Are you nuts, Steve? All I had is Loinfruit and that was plenty)… Here’s six of Steve’s. Ain’t they cute? Eric P emailed me about Chief Halftown: I watched the Chief Halftown show … Continue reading
Bob K told me in Comments that he used to watch Chief Halftown in the 60’s. Way long after me. My card is from 1948 or 49. Chief Halftown’s show was out of Philly. But my biggest treasure is my … Continue reading