How to Make a DifferenceThough some say that differences are an advanced recipe, by following a few simple instructions and with even a beginner's knowledge of sound fundamentals, you'll find they're actually quite easy to make. First take some leftover stew meat and a sixteen ounce can of Folgers (or similar brand) shade-grown coffee, voided carefully and rinsed to ensure that it is free from all particulate. Add one cup aspirations (raisins are not a good substitute), two choirs red-label brand trunk linings, two plates of Marmite soldiers, one half ounce of fresh- frozen defrosted, line-caught, sustainably-harvested sardine. Include beans, gin, tonic and Mission self-raising flour to taste. Turn in arms and shake. Dispense prescriptively.
proof and the sneeze when i stepped outside i sneezed i believe it may have been the honeysuckle then i realized as one does how weird my week was we have been asked once again to prove that we teach well to write in boxes on pre-printed sheets exactly how we know and so show that stuff is being achieved signs and simulacra that learning's afoot not just ahead or around the corner or bend with a sneeze one can measure launch velocity, frequency, possible causes but when i write on student papers that there's little connection between claim and evidence or that the verb and subject have it in for one another seem to be engaged in some sort of family feudthat apostrophes have become scattered like sheep wrapped at night on a hillside
in christmas lights not randomly distributed as references to french theorists are but clearly not doing their standard task how at that point to know with with boxers bleeding from collie flour ears and salt and the lots documented in my practice and sent off wondering for the evening in Chatwinesque shoes how to reassure anyone in these particular circumstances that we weigh and measure and so know some of its' good David Ritchie Portland, Oregon