In honor of Memorial Day, I propose the following improvement on Martin Niemöller’s text, to make it more historically accurate.
Git Expert laughed. “Picking but one cherry will not harm the farmer nor his tree; how could it hurt me?”
Back when I was an undergraduate at Harvard, we were pretty sure that Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Phantom of the Opera was camp.
I’ve had a few churchgoing friends write Internet posts agonizing over the conflict between Romans 1:26 and yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling.
The student asked, “If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” The master replied, “Ask the tree.” Upon hearing this, the student was enlightened.
Living as I am in the shadow of Los Angeles, I spend a lot of time in the company of television stars and writers and producers and their outsized egos.