Lacking anything better to say to a neighbor who I was arguing with, I shot off,  “I take it you were attacked by a brain eating amoeba as a child.” … A couple of men have been arrested for getting off the designated path and leaning over the Old Faithful Geyser to take photographs.

In terms of religion it is believed they are broilers not fryers. …. Pharmaceutical company Bayer has decided to adjust to the litigation surrounding the Round Up herbicide marketed by its Monsanto operations. Roundup now comes with a coupon for discounted legal services. … When I see photos of Larry Ellison, with his chopped Van Dyke beard, I always think he looks like he should be playing a new version of the “Faust” tradition in which a businessman sells his soul in order to dominate the database market. … One dog food ad talks about the wild spirit in your dog and how a dog has the soul of a wolf. I guess my dog displays that when uses the kitty litter box as a snack station. … Always nice to watch the later parts of the baseball season, where the boys of summer become the boys of the chilling, late fall. Sometimes, you can tell when the pitcher is loading the ball in a late season game when it comes to the plate loaded with frost. … The fear that hundreds of thousands of people would descend on Area 51 in Nevada, a favorite subject of people with a fixation on aliens and conspiracy theories, turned out to be needless as dozens showed up. They didn’t find any aliens, but they did find something even stranger, recordings of recent interviews with former New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani. But if you want to see strange, out-of-the-world beings, why bother with Area 51 when you can go to the mother lode, the Las Vegas strip.  … New York City mayor Bill de Blasio this week dropped out of the race for Democratic presidential nomination. New Yorkers responded with a warm welcome of “He was running for president?” 

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