QUOTE “a passage from the mishna” too good not to share widely.
“There are four types of people who sit in front of the sages. The sponge, the funnel, the strainer and the sifter.”
There are some comments that come next, but you use your imagination. HA HA.
Best English Jokes I have seen: haha kudo’s to the author. here is a link to his/her/their wit. Click to download the pdf.
Happiness is not a cheesy smile
Happiness is feeling grief and being comforted and giving comfort to others– recap from the pulpit. haha…. so on point.
Thanks again to all you humorists out there, so many that I am not going to even try to source these, hopefully many will have their source on the photos themselves. I just laugh…. and add to the misery.
The complexities of biology, physics, math, etc may never be completely understood — thus it is better to have questions that cannot be answered than answers that cannot be questioned.
modified from an original, author of that one, unknown — mm 10 10 2020
Home school monopoly called “Pandemonium” or perhaps “Pandemic” using corona bucks (made by kids) and a board that has “GO ON VENTILATOR” instead of “GO TO JAIL” do not pass “GO” do not collect “200 corona bucks”. In the corona bucks there is the virus, with its spike 1 and 2 proteins, the transmembrane protein, the envelope protein, the nucleocapsid protein and the single strand RNA.
This is a quote from an interview with Leonard Cohen….. I love it…. so why is it necessary for us to disassociate our rational seeking the eternal from our acceptance of eternity?
“What happened to me was not that I got any answers, but that the questions dissolved.”
Infochasm: the exceedingly great distance in knowledge, comprehension and terminology between two scientists, which increases in proportion to their lousy communication skills.
This is an awesome new word created by “moi”. Perhaps infochasms exist in all vocations, that is, the linguistic nuances of new and repurposed words used to describe specific items in a specific field. “speaking in tongues” perhaps, or analagous to the language problems of “Babel”.
When I speak to my colleages, even those with whom I have published scientific papers in good journals, I find they don’t really understand me or my “points” and I don’t really understand them and their field, not because of the complexity of concepts, but mostly because of the additional definitions that words gain over time, the infinite amount of information available, and because of word useage, order, definitions and language nuances.