Pogue Ma'Hone, YET Again. AND Again.

Mamacita says: May you be buried in a casket made from the wood of a 100 year old oak That I shall plant tomorrow. Oh, tis a wondrous thing to be Irish, although the same could not be said earlier … Continue reading

Quotation Saturday: Curiosity

Mamacita says:  Children are naturally curious.  With each passing day, an infant is more and more curious about what’s going on in the world around him/her.  When is this happening?  When is that happening?  And, later, WHY is this happening, … Continue reading

Draco Dormiens Nunquam Titillandus

Mamacita says:  Draco dormiens nunquam titillandus indeed. It’s advice we should all heed.  At the risk of exposing my Harry Potter obsession to the world – and it’s no doubt far too late to worry about that – I have … Continue reading

Signing Off, Signing On, Test Patterns, and the Peacock

Mamacita says:  Most of you have never seen this picture before. Most of you have never known a time when television wasn’t a 24-hour marathon of programming.  This is a test pattern.  If you turned on your television after midnight, … Continue reading

Quotation Saturday: Randominities

Mamacita says: There’s no actual theme for this week’s Quotation Saturday; it’s full of random wordbytes of wisdom.  Oh, and if you don’t see any wisdom, you’re not looking closely enough. Oh, and you know what “they” say. . .that’s … Continue reading