While browsing the Internet for the news I came across a sentence “Today this image of (Putin’s) respectability is in a shambles, lying in ruin by the shattered remains of Malaysian Airways Flight 17.275 more words
In my student times the commencement ceremony, which was usually held in May and marked the end of graduate studies, included our shaking the hand of the department’s mascot Piff and subsequent touching a v-e-e-e-e-ry thick Merriam-Webster Dictionary. 365 more words
Call me a control freak, but I like things to be well organized. Having worked with Python for the past year, I’ve been in a constant fight to retrieve data from dictionaries in the same order I entered them. 186 more words
Back in 2012, when the initial ideas for this blog were first being thrown around, I suggested the name “The Junto.” I did so, not least because working at the Franklin Papers tends to keep Franklin on the brain. 1,180 more words
This week’s challenge comes from Steve Baggish of Arlington, Mass., the father of the 11-year-old boy who created the challenge two weeks ago. Name a boy’s name and a girl’s name, each in four letters.