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Sight Gags

The “I”s Have It—Not! As I wrote in an earlier posting, the amount of debris cluttering up the inside of my eyeballs seems to be increasing of late.  My “flying flies” apparently have found time to do a bit of … Continue reading

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Too Cheesy for Words

It’s Here in Black and White SHELDON:  What’s wrong with your face? WES:  What? SHELDON:  Your face.  You look a bit queasy and your nose is all wrinkled up.  Did someone break wind? WES:  No.  I just read something really … Continue reading

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Eye Litter

Do You See What I See? Here’s a little experiment for those of you interested in learning a bit of useless information.  Gaze into the distance at a blank wall or sheet of paper, even at a cloudless sky.  Now … Continue reading

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