Just for fun, I’d like to once again delve into an inane little exercise that I’ve dubbed as “dictionary duos.
Greetings, poetry lovers. And those of you in the “rhymer climber” crowd are no doubt familiar with the versatile verses penned by that icon of the Yukon, Robert Service.
Those of us of a certain age will remember that witty ditty arrived in ’55 and was popularized by Old Blue Eyes.
What do four football quarterbacks equate to? One FULLback! But enough of the silliness and on to the seriousness, which concerns a family-based football foursome.
In my opinion, which admittedly is very humble, there will never be another easy-listening musical era comparable to the 1950s and ’60s.
Children seldom complain about vision problems. Rather, according to the Eyes on Learning Vision Coalition, “they believe everyone sees the world the way they do.” But the coalition notes that “80 percent of children’s learning is through their eyes.
I can’t agree more with the tons of accolades extolling the life and deeds of that wonderful patriot and statesman, Sen. John McCain.
In the business sales world of today, pursuit of the almighty dollar is the over-riding consideration aimed at maximum profit, which is fine.