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Friday, February 04, 2005

Let Us Immediately Set Flame to the Works of Robert Burns

Robert Burns said "A quiet mind cureth all," but he was full of beans. No sane man would posit such asininity. Does a quiet mind cure VD? No. You'll have to see a doctor for that, you snaggletoothed bedlamite.

3 Comments:

Blogger Janet A. Roesler said...

>>Robert Burns said "A quiet mind cureth all," but he was full of beans.

Are you sure you read it right? I've tracked down the original quote in his native Scots, and it says, "Aeae qaeaeae maeaeae caeerae aeael." That could mean anything, including, "I'm full of beans."

Janet

10:15 AM  
Blogger kari said...

for one day, abbey's favorite word was "bedlam."
for instance:
"mom, if we were in england and we say daniel radcliffe (harry potter) and he was surrounded by fans, i bet it'd be bedlam."

10:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

its true. You cant cure it yourself. Sad, but true. You can't do it. I can, but you cant. I have a trick. Its all in the timing.

7:33 PM  

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