Thursday, December 28, 2006

More Deep-ish Thoughts (Sorry SNL)

Welcome, Dr. Sanity readers!

If someone prefaces a remark to you by saying, “With all due respect…”, he means that you are due no respect.

To Democrats Mitt Romney being a Mormon is a very bad thing, but Harry Reid being a Mormon doesn’t matter.

It must have been a Democrat who decided that “flammable” and “inflammable” mean the same thing.

I wonder what would have ensued if Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin had ever collaborated on some idea for an invention?

New Jersey has two professional football teams that have home fields within the Garden State, the New York Giants, and the New York Jets. Go figure.

I’m confused. In football, why isn’t the quarterback “spiking” the ball to stop the clock considered “intentional grounding?”

I like rabbits. They are cute, furry, cuddly looking and make a stew taste great.

Plasma TVs are bloody awful.

How come one can say…Kike, Wop, Mick, Polack, Cracker, Jap, Heeb, Kraut, Dago, Peckerwood, or Injun, without being significantly ostracized, but if one says Rag-head, or God forbid, the “N-word”, suddenly he becomes the object of scorn and labeled “Racist”?

Never, ever trust anyone who uses the word “veggie”, unless of course he is admonishing you not to trust anyone who uses the word “veggie”.

I watched the movie, “Groundhog Day” yesterday and also today. I think I’ll watch it again tomorrow.

I wince every time I hear the phrase “Earned Income Credit”.

Whoever came up with the phrase, “less is more”, is an idiot.

Why doesn’t awful mean “full of awe” and awesome mean “some awe”?

Here’s an easy way to remember how many days are in each month:

Thirty days hath September, April, June, and November.
All the rest have thirty-one, except Black History Month (February) which has twenty-eight, unless it is a leap year (which is every year divisible by 4, unless the year is divisible by 100, in which case it is NOT a leap year, unless the year is also divisible by 400, then it is still a leap year.), then it has twenty-nine.(source)


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