Monthly Archives: March 2014

Update on Last Week’s Science Project

Not much changed since last week’s photo, as seen below: Even the consistency hasn’t altered much. In fact, I’m tempted to eat it. What do you think? Should I slice it open and see, or should I wait to observe … Continue reading

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This Week’s Science Project

How long does it take for a grapefruit to go bad in the refrigerator? That all depends upon how cold the fridge is and how old the fruit was when bought from the market. The one in question was purchased … Continue reading

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Et Tu, Michelino? A Fitting Tribute for the Ides of March

My new friend in Rome had offered to take me to a restaurant called “Luigi’s,” built into the ancient remains of the Theatre of Pompey. Anabel was the bilingual guide on a tour of Palatine Hill in which I was … Continue reading

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The Rattlings of A Swellheaded Man

Next in this phenomenally droll series, recreated here by transcribing the scripts utilized by the crazy cast of cockamamy characters from the now-defunct Comedy Corner, a bit of a male chauvinist presents himself like a whirling dust devil, crashing vaingloriously … Continue reading

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