Here's a good palindrome:
If Arnold Schwarzenegger were kidnapped, bound, and gagged, his muffled cry for help would sound something like "E! Kilgn ihtemo sdnu! Osdluowp lehro fyrcde lff umsih! Degg agdnad nuobdep, pandi ker ewreg genezr awhc sdlonra! Fi!"
Here's another, better one in a similar theme and format:
Lisa Bonet ate no basil.
For what it's worth, Word's spell-check has "Schwarzenegger" but not "Bonet" (or "fyrede").
Yeah, I'm stalling. There's not much going on-work's boring, home's worse. P may be running yet another foot infection.
I started reading Katherine Graham's "Personal History" today.
If I've got to be the first to say it out loud, so be it: am I the only one wondering if the President's "fainting spell" isn't covering something up?
I am, quite honestly, investigating butler schools in a fit of post-"Gosford Park" reverie.
Today's Link Of The Day is, because I am inscrutable, an article on the idea that we need new profanities for a changing world. http://www.theferrett.com/BetterSwears.htm
1/15/2002 4:41 AM