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Once we outlaw dogs at the Farmer's Market, then we won't have to worry about having domestic disputes at the State Office Building. It's a two-fer. Such logic.
Domestics are usally not planned,and if they were that rational they wouldn't be fighting in the first place. Sometimes I wonder if you should ask for your money back from that education you paid so much for.
I have a suspicionthat erudition submissionsuggesting you get a refund for tuitionsoon will be wishin'he didn't end his sentence in a preposition
I got it with a STATE GRANT, 2:10. Don't expect much. But thanks for noticing.
Didja hear the one about the Texan in London who stopped to ask "can you tell me where Big Ben's at?" Replied the Limey, "Sir, here in Britain we do not end sentences with prepositions". The Texan, not wishing to be seen as uneducated, restated his question. "Sir, could you tell me where Big Ben's at, asshole?"
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