* There's only one recipe I'll "stir constantly" for. Pudding.
* I recently read that one in five American adults believe the sun rotates around the earth. I bet you they voted for Bush.
* Much happiness can be salvaged if self-bashing (also known as regret) supplants "what can I learn from this?"
* I also read that graduating European students have far better English skills than graduating Quebecers. In the province's attempt to preserve the language, the coming of age workforce is put at a disadvantage comparatively. Especially considering the proximity/intertwining of the surrounding English speaking states and provinces. I know it's a complicated issue, but who wouldn't want their kids to have an advantage in the world?
* Still, perhaps I should be grateful. If the adults had better English skills, I'd be out of a job.
* I did a lame thing the other day. See I had my Ipod on and was listening to tunes on an elevator. And you know I discovered a little autonomic filter that happens when a flatulent announces its intentions to be let. If the ambient noise is loud and I'm alone, I'll let her fly without a real meeting with my conscious mind. And so I did. Only then did my brain say, "Wait, you're on an elevator! And it stinks! Please let there be no additional passengers. " Of course at my floor, three people got on. One of them was a student of mine! So I made a face and said, "Whew! It was like that when I got on!" I don't know if they believed me.
* Speaking of farts, it's been my experience that the more voluminous, the less smelly. Said another way, the smaller the ranker. What say you?
* Tonight I'm having moose for dinner. My first moose dinner. Oh boy!