Archive of posts filed under the IF category.
“I had two little daughters – I think they were 7 and 4 at the time — and I said, ‘I’ll write you a story. What do you want it to be about?’ One of them said ‘a princess’ and the other one said ‘a bride.’ I said, ‘That’ll be the title.’” — William Goldman …
This town is coming like a ghost town All the clubs have been closed down This place, is coming like a ghost town Bands won’t play no more Too much fighting on the dance floor
DEFENSE ATTORNEY: Prepare yourself for the witness box. COURT CLERK: Take off your hat. JUDGE: Take off your hat. COURT CLERK: Raise your right hand. JUDGE: Please take off your hat. COURT CLERK: Raise your right hand. CURLY: Hmm COURT CLERK: Now put your left hand here. JUDGE: Will you please take off your hat!! …
IF: red panda
I have been participating — without fail — in the online illustration blog Illustration Friday since 2006. Most weeks, they present a word that is wide open to many interpretations. Except this week…. This week, the word is “red panda.” I didn’t know what a “red panda” was until I Googled it. It turns out …
“Technology presumes there’s just one right way to do things and there never is.” — Robert M. Pirsig Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance After 126 rejections, Robert M. Pirsig finally got his 1974 fictionalized autobiographical novel Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance published. It went on to sell over five million copies worldwide, …
Don’t ever take sides with anyone against the family. * * * * * * * It’s that time again… whether you like it or not. My annual Christmas music compilation is available as a FREE DOWNLOAD at ge.tt for a limited time. This year, it’s 72 minutes of pure Christmas wonderment that’ll have you …
“One of the most important gifts a parent can give a child is the gift of accepting that child’s uniqueness.” — Fred Rogers
Jessica Huang (as portrayed by Constance Wu) intently reads her crime novel “A Case of a Knife to the Brain,” one of the few copies that made it into circulation. Well played, Jessica.
“Condemn me. It does not matter. History will absolve me.” — Fidel Castro, Oct. 16, 1953