The sand is warm. Calverts Beach, South Arm Peninsula. January 2011.
I am at work and not at the beach. This causes me no end of sorrow. In times of sorrow, I tend to console myself with questions. Today, those questions include:
- Where does the law stand when you see an endangered animal eating an endangered plant?
- How do sign writers manage when they go on strike? What do they do at their protests?
- What did Tim Hardin have against carpenters?
- If one is 'expecting the unexpected’, isn’t the unexpected being expected expected? Shouldn’t it be 'expecting the expected’?
- Has there ever actually been a ‘civil’ war?
- If one synchronised swimmer is drowning, what is the correct protocol for her colleagues?
Correct answers will be rewarded with three hearty cheers and a slap on the back.