Hockey goalie, musician, backpacker, bicyclist, and general lover of good times.
Many sites attribute “Old age and treachery will always beat youth and exuberance” to David Mamet, but none that I could tell me its context. Is it from a book, play, movie, or what? The man has been quite prolific.
How does grass make her more voluble? And furthermore, while we’re on that topic, let’s say that …
Yeah, but what’s going on with Dad, here — the facial expression and the hands?
It’s Latin. Back when we used to have software manuals, some writers would do that in example text, so the reader (who presumably couldn’t read Latin) wouldn’t be distracted by real English text.
My feeling about Windows: eeeeeeeeeek
I don’t recall. If you leave the rubber before releasing the ball, is it a ball or a balk? Probably the latter.
If you’re on Mac OS, just hold “e” down for a second and a small popup will show all the diacritical possibilities, so you can pick one. Thus: ē
I don’t plan to think twice about it anyway.
So now the victim has evidence and ID to show the police later.
At least his glasses didn’t fall off.