Saturday, April 30, 2016
Jane and John were childhood sweethearts who grew up and eventually married.
Time passed and they had a beautiful baby girl, but there was only one problem. They couldn’t decide on a name for their newborn baby girl. They’d narrowed it down: John liked Cohen, and Jane liked Carmen, but they couldn’t break the deadlock.
Being so in love Jane and John decided not to argue but to give the little girl both names, and people could call her whichever they liked best. John called her Cohen and Jane called her Carmen.
Unfortunately, by the time she was 18, the poor girl didn’t know if she was Carmen or Cohen.
Friday, April 29, 2016
Consider, if you will,
the case of the awkward bumblebee who became ill
while gathering pollen but continued to work.
Unfortunately, he thus infected all the flowers with his virus.
The consequences are recorded in the annals of horticulture as
. . . the blight of the fumble bee.