Tag Archives: Harper’s Weekly Review

“Hideous Abomination.” What’s that?

Well, look below ⇓  to this tidbit from Harper’s Weekly Review. The news is actually about the container ship, Ever Given, which wedged itself into immobility in the Suez Canal, but we’ve all read that news so I wouldn’t have … Continue reading

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Animal news about your breakfast cereal

From Harper’s Weekly Review: A drug-sniffing dog discovered 44 pounds of cornflakes coated with sugar and cocaine that were en route to Hong Kong.

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A noun to be placed in hiatus

There are some words being used a lot lately, words which I feel could benefit from a time-out. You know, “Go to your room, word. We’ll let you out after we’ve gratefully forgotten they way you’re being used and overused.” … Continue reading

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