Toady's tidbits for today / Don't skip breakfast! Start the day with some food for thought.
Words to keep
"We have always known that heedless self-interest was bad morals; we know now that it is bad economics." —Franklin D. Roosevelt (1937)
The following remark looks like nonsense: "That that is is that that is not is not that is it is it not". However, we can make sense of it by adding punctuation (commas, periods, etc.): "That that is, is. That that is not, is not. That is it, is it not?" (Meaning: "If a thing exists, it exists. If a thing does not exist, it does not exist. That is the point, isn't it?") It's a philosophical remark.
Toady's teaser for today / Look tomorrow!
Q: How many sentences can you make, using each of the following words once in each sentence? children than pictures books drawing easier for writing is (The sentences don't have to be reasonable, as long as they're grammatically correct.)
Q: When did Fukuoka, Japan, have the busiest airport in the world?
A: At times during the Korean War (1950-1953). There was a US military air base at Itazuke, which is now Fukuoka International Airport.
Toady's triathlon for today /
Here are three quick exercises to get you going!
[Note: The exercises may not work in all browsers.]
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