Things I Want (Or Need) To Know

flags-for-internet3.jpg

Do you realize that the phrase ““Independence Day,”” and the phrase, ““The Fourth of July.”” have the exact same number of syllables?

Do you also realize that if we could get everyone to call it “Independence Day” we could have it on a Monday every year?

Andy Griffith passed away at the age of 86. The actor was best known for his role as homespun sheriff Andy Taylor on the ‘60’s “Andy Griffith Show. He also starred in the successful TV series “Matlock.” RIP Andy. But did you ever wonder why he had such a strong southern accent while Aunt Bea, Opie and Barney Fife didn’’t?

Why do they call it the Albert Einstein College of Medicine? The school’’s website describes Professor Einstein as, “The renowned scientist and humanist.”” True. Professor Einstein is no doubt one of the most prominent scientists in history. But he was a theoretical physicist whose discoveries had little or nothing to do with medicine. I don’’t think he was wealthy enough to endow the college and it’s associated with Yeshiva University while he was a professor at Princeton. So, why do they call it the Albert Einstein College of Medicine?

Have you read Rielle Hunter’s book, ““What Really Happened: John Edwards, Our Daughter and Me?”” I haven’’t. It’’s been described as a tell-all book: I’’m waiting for her “I’’m never going to say another word” book myself.

Author: Tom

I know my ABC's, I can write my name and I can count to a hundred.