Monthly Archives: August 2011

Biscuit Dizzy

  What was last week’s human idiom with which Carl had difficulty? “Making a mountain out of a molehill.” Reason? To Carl, a molehill is a mountain—and a mountain is a mountain. No difference. *************************** Carl had warned me to … Continue reading

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The Idiom and the Idiot

  It has been lovingly pointed out that something was missing from my last post. One person put it this way, “The riddle is made infinitely more difficult by the fact that you apparently changed your mind about giving us … Continue reading

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Idioms

Last week I presented you with a riddle that was inspired by Carl’s interesting kitten-naming skill. According to the return reports, two of you solved the riddle by the third clue. Good job! Here is the key to the puzzle: … Continue reading

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Pool

Recently, a kitten found a temporary home in our house. I didn’t plan on naming him, since he was temporary. Carl thought that everyone, no matter how temporary, should have a name. With a keen eye, he examined the kitten. … Continue reading

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Pie ‘N Pi

  Carl here with a tip for those who want to buy my master’s book, The Five Names, but are short on cash. When you go to the store (probably to buy your faithful dog premium doggy biscuits) pay with … Continue reading

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