Common sense tel;l;s me that's risky.
They picked a Swedish terms for "sleek and sinuous" and the "Tickle Me Elmo" of 1945 was born...The Slinky.
So, the idea that we should each be tracking this "living history lesson" of ours carries some weight.
Modern-day politicians often "blow smoke" but it's directed at the other end of our bodies.
Yet in some Japanese mountain villages, these critters are considered a delicacy when they're deep-fried.
Perhaps they didn't think it was important.
It was like a scene from the 1971 movie, "The Last Picture Show".
I don't think I've eaten a Lima bean since I got married.
We need the money to pay for car insurance...
If this isolation is getting to you, laugh,