That’s it. Those are the only three that matter.
I just couldn’t do it. I couldn’t include III or IV or 2013′s Man of Steel (which I never saw).
Can I borrow your towel for a sec? My car just hit a water buffalo.
“The appeal seems universal. To social historians it is a microcosm of the early 1900s. To nautical enthusiasts it is the ultimate shipwreck. To students of human nature it is an endlessly fascinating laboratory. For lovers of nostalgia it has the allure of yesterday. For daydreamers it has all those might-have-beens.”
Walter Lord, on the tale of the RMS Titanic
My five favorite gin drinks:
I’m going to do what every San Franciscan does who goes to Heaven. I’ll look around and say, ‘It’s not bad, but it ain’t San Francisco.’
This one was tough, but here are my five favorite country songs:
My five favorite characters from The Cosby Show:
And just like that: It’s been fourteen years since I started blogging on this site.
It seems like only yesterday that I wrote a post celebrating my thirteenth year, and the spaces between the years gets smaller every day.
My 3 ½ year old son was asked at school to say what his dad did at work all day.
“He works around and sings.”
“The demand that I make of my reader is that he should devote his whole life to reading my works.”
James Joyce February 2, 1882 – January 13, 1941
According to The Writer’s Almanac, Joyce, “was educated by Jesuits, first visited a prostitute at the age of 14, dropped out of medical school and aspired to be an opera star. Joyce was afraid of thunder and lightning … and he was also afraid of dogs. On his desk he had a tiny bronze statue of a woman lying back in a chair with a cat draped over her shoulders.”
My five favorite ducks: