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Franklin bifocals Friday, January 25, 2008

Poet Robert Burns
[1759 - Robert Burns, poet, born in Alloway, Scotland]

Writer W. Somerset Maugham
[1874 - W. Somerset Maugham, author, born in Paris]

Adventurer Nellie Bly
[1890 - Nellie Bly circles the globe in less than 80 days]

Pro Football Hall of Famer Lou Groza
[1924 - Lou Groza, Pro Football Hall of Famer, born in Martins Ferry, Ohio]

Super Bowl XV - Jim Plunkett Super Bowl XV - ring Super Bowl XV - Cliff Branch
[1981 - Super Bowl XV: Oakland Raiders 27, Philadelphia Eagles 10]

Not One Word

Lady Liberty Gagged

Ever since the Political Correctness Demon seized the USA by the throat over a decade ago, our public discourse has suffered from the Tyranny of the Inoffensive. In truth, it is hardly possible to utter any sound without the possibility of offending someone. It appears that the only way you can be certain not to offend another with some form of expression is to take a vow of silence, write nothing, and refrain from making eye contact with another of your species.

shhh, quiet!

William's Whimsical Words:

Silence is golden, but boring.

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