Bill Murray used to do a very funny routine where he was the sleazy piano bar musician playing inane tunes and urging a sing-along to an audience which was oblivious to his kitschy banter. Do you know the words to the music of Star Wars? We all roared with laughter. But my mother had a very different reaction. Having a great deal of experience in small piano bars, she saw Murray as the quintessential loser struggling to remain relevant: he wasn’t funny; he was sad. My mother didn’t like Bill Murray … he was too real.Continue reading “Qonspiracy Warehouse”
The Oxford, the Cambridge, and the PMLA commas are so valuable: They can save lives. (Available from Amazon. Also in T-shirt form)
Thanks to Neil deGrasse Tyson who demonstrates that Irony is the glue that holds civilization together (if not the universe). My only question is whether the flat earth is necessarily round? After all, how can we travel to the four corners of the earth if the world is not square?