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Dr. Frank's What's-it: Indoor Bar Christmas Snow and Fairy Lights
Indoor Bar Christmas Snow and Fairy Lights. snow.jpg. Posted by Dr. Frank at December 21, 2008 12:55 AM | TrackBack. Comments ...
Dr. Frank's What's-it: Idle on Parade
Idle on Parade. Posted by Dr. Frank at December 3, 2008 03:30 AM | TrackBack. Comments. Who knew the British Army was so fun? The officers look distressed, ...
Dr. Frank's What's-it: Quiteism
Feb 15, 2006 ... As I've mentioned before once or twice, the word "quite" has a different meaning in ... The word quite means quite in American English? ...
Dr. Frank's What's-it: My First Salinger-Van Halen Post
Sep 7, 2005 ... (It kind of reminds me of the infamous Van Halen brown M & M-less rider: the absence of brown M & Ms was allegedly to be taken as a sign ...
Dr. Frank's What's-it: In the Canyons of Your Mind
I do wonder though if someone wandered through my brain canyons, would they fall down some horrible hole and die before they reached my ventricles? ...
Dr. Frank's What's-it: Sanguis bibimus, corpus edimus, tolle ...
Sanguis bibimus, corpus edimus, tolle corpus Satani. Posted by Dr. Frank at October 3, 2008 09:43 PM | TrackBack. Comments. Post a comment. Name: ...
Dr. Frank's What's-it: Kicks and Chicks
Sep 9, 2008 ... Kicks and Chicks. Posted by Dr. Frank at September 9, 2008 01:02 AM | TrackBack. Comments. I've always loved this one, particularly the ...
Dr. Frank's What's-it: Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, and Chevrolet
And if it comes down to Ohio again, God, guts, guns, baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, and Chevrolet will probably tip the balance as they almost always do ...
Dr. Frank's What's-it: June 2005 Archives
A few days ago, I linked to Elizabeth Clementson's attack on MFA programs. Now writer Steve Almond responds to Elizabeth with a full-spectrum fisking. ...
Dr. Frank's What's-it: 30 Days to a More Bowdlerized Vocabulary
It sure seems like PBS/Mystery was trying to protect their sophisticated viewers from ... Inspector Linley is the man with blatantly dyed dark hair with the ...
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