Great Musings of The Twenty-First Century – 401 – 425

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#401 – When you want something to pour on your spaghetti, you can’t beat tomato sauce.

#402 – No one flambees anything anymore.

#403 – Help! I’m trapped in a metaphysical box and I can’t get out!

#404 – What time is it?

#405 – Yesterday may have happened yesterday, but today is happening right now.  How will you judge today’s actions when tomorrow arrives on time?

#406 – Do boomerangs really work?

#408 – Suffering is hard.

#409 – The cardinals never take my papal candidacy seriously.

#410 – Call me a bigot, but I’ll never support a marriage between a man, a woman, another man, another woman, a duck, a sheep, an alpaca, an emu, a bucket of rusty bolts, a cactus, three submarine sandwiches, a leopard, a door knob and a man named Oliver.  However, change just one of those variables and I’ll strongly consider supporting it.

#411 – The best day to fly a kite is a windy day.

#412 – Whenever I want to stop my car, I hit the brakes.

#413 – The path of least resistance offers the least resistance.  This is the best path to take.  You never hear anyone extolling the virtues of the path of most resistance, do you?

#414 – I haven’t cleaned out my desk drawers in awhile.

#415 –  Elderberries are neither old nor berries.  Discuss.

#416 – Activism sounds like a lot of work.

#417 – Sometimes the best thing to do is nothing.  However, when it is time to do something, then it is not advisable to do nothing.

#418 – Any day I don’t crap my pants is a good day.

#419 – Today’s planted seed is tomorrow’s oak tree.

#420 – You don’t meet many women named Virginia anymore.

#421 – I’ll become an astronaut once space flight is as easy as air travel. Until then, I don’t have the right stuff.

#422 – I have writer’s block.

#423 – The ocean is the wettest thing I’ve ever seen.

#424 – Is there anything better than a fresh sarsaparilla?

#425 – I enjoy good musical stylings.

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