From the introductory slap on the
ass to last week's Zero Baud, life
often seems like a sinister
consipiracy to keep us all
miserable. Eric Pobirs
nominally one of "the lucky ones,"
still found occassion to share his
pain after reading our treatise on
"I was born without wisdom teeth.
Does that make for prenatal wisdom
or does it mean I'm stuck in
adolescence? On the other hand, my
appendix turned rogue when I was
only six, earlier than anyone else
I've met. Does this indicate a
general lack of physiological
smarts or was the little worm just
trying to compensate for a future
If we were Dr. Leary, Ed, we'd
probably prescribe a wild flower
to chew on.
Ray Ryan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
enjoyed our screed on sibling
embarrassments, but points out a
"I enjoyed your Suck piece this
morning. It's so nice to see you
guys writing about, well, life,
instead of yet another
They slip through the cracks, Ray.
found those long-forgotten names
that were sitting on the tip of
our tongues when the subject of
siblings wafted through our minds
"I'm surprised you didn't mention
Goofus and Gallant from Highlights
magazine in your sibling
embarrasment article! Kudos..."