— Diorama at The Natural History Museum
But you’re my schnook.
— Tommy’s mom (Nancy, was maried to Buckley)
I can still shovel and work with the best of them,” he said. “I am enjoying the heck out of this.
— Mr. Shoemaker via Christopher Farrell, “Migrant Workers in Recreational Vehicles,” The New York Times
Why are you happy?
— Papaya Dog employee
But maybe I miss read it.
— Audience member during Martha’s panel
— Microsoft Loft
The nail bed is a direct line to the bloodstream.
— Stephen Powers
But he didn’t draw the pencil.
— Nice looking older Princeton guy in Crocs on a picture of Gabriel’s drawing of an owl in a barn window
What did the muffin say to the other muffin?…
We're cookin'
— Lily
Yes it’s good.
— Jacques Torres employee after I asked Spencer if their whipped cream was good
Being able to paint like a really good balloon game sign is like as great of a task as I’ve ever been given.
— Stephen Powers, “Stephen Powers Beautfiul Losers Excerpt,” YouTube
The Islamic State is using simpler, commercially available drones such as the DJI Phantom, which can be purchased on Amazon. The group attaches small explosive devices to them, essentially making them remotely piloted bombs.
— Michael S. Schmidt and Eric Schmitt, “Pentagon Confronts a New Threat From ISIS: Exploding Drones,” The New York Times
I appreciate that, you’ll make me cry.
— Guy in phyiscal therapy elevator who reminded me of Paul Muldoon
Yesterday I had 7 Twitter followers and two of them were my grandmother because she forgot her password and had to do it over.
— Ken Bone, video on Twitter
He and I haven’t spoken, and I disagree
— Trump in second debate on VP
Looks like a fish cage.
— Lily on fish tank
The first President George Bush withheld $400 million in loan guarantees from Israel in 1990 over the settlement issue. The move was later assumed to have been one factor in his re-election defeat.
— The Editorial Board, “At the Boiling Point With Israel,” The New York Times
See you in a bit.
— Jalark
Like a bullseye.
— Robert on Art
Is this helpful.
— Lily