Double double that that
Double double this that.
Phew, now I feel better. I’ve been listening to that chant for many a day now, and I’d just like to make it perfectly clear to the director of the school that, for every time I hear my kids start up again with the “double double this this, ” I deduct ten dollars from the hefty endowment I was thinking of maybe some day leaving to the school, where they learned the silly thing. Think about it! Get control of your school, lady. This is madness.
Okay, second: we saw a super duper movie on Sunday: Insomnia from 2002, with Al Pacino, Robin Williams, and Hilary Swank, and directed by Christopher Nolan, who did the wonderful Batman movies. So today at the Register, I’m talking about what a good movie it is for Lent. Old sins! Compromise! Doubt, confession, and redemption! And Robin Williams finally playing a creepy murderer, like he should’ve all along; and Al Pacino actually acts, instead of just acting like Al Pacino.
Come tell me what you think. I don’t believe any harumphing will be necessary, but you never know — better bring a couple along just in case.
Third: come see my charming and talented nephew, the ebullient Baron Torres as he launches himself into the horrible world of blogging for west and wewaxation! “The Noble Bard: Music, sports, Catholicism and a whole lot more!”
What, you’re too busy? Come on, it’s Tuesday.
You know, I think I finally have that stupid chant out of my head. Now the only thing I’m thinking of is . . .
Gimme an X, gimme an O
Gimme a three in a row.
Echh, well, there are worse ways for kids to spend their time. They could be doing drugs. Or blogging.