First, a word from our Sponsor:
It Depends Upon What Your Definition of "iz" iz.
Dear Everyone (and all others):
Yes indeed - my salutation, above, was a paradox, or an oxymoron. Pretty clever, eh? Sometimes the Supreme Court of the U.S. has come up with rulings that are very much oxymoronic. Once again, those of us at Braintenance must join the War On Morons.
Here's a quick exercise, framed as a question:
How many words in the English language can you list (you may do this on a piece of paper, or if you are truly an environmentalist, you may do this on your paperless communication and recording device) which contain the letters "i" and "z" together, as "iz"?
Go on. Try it. It's good to clear some new pathways (an to exercise some old ones) in your brain.
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