Monday, March 15, 2010

I'm not following this

"It's a new problem, but sort of old. I mean, not new-new, but kind of an oldish new-old. I wouldn't say it's old-new, more new-old than anything else."

12 comments:

me said...

Huh???????

Helen said...

I'm going to start incorporating "oldish-new old" into everyday conversation.

Captain Foulenough said...

My brain hurts!

Sandra said...

If that made any sense, it would mean that **I** needed a neurologist!

Lo said...

Ah, Dr. G. you are a constant delight and source of joy.
Thank you, thank you.
And, incidentally, thanks to your patients for providing the inspiration for your muse.
Love, Lo

Anonymous said...

Hemlines, my dear Dr. G. Hemlines.

bb said...

Perhaps she meant:

Something old, something new
Something borrowed, something blue
And a silver sixpence in her shoe.

Julie said...

pass the alcohol ..

Kim Kasch said...

And. . . what's the problem?


;)

Tahoe Tech said...

I'm dizzy and seasick. Can you give me a Rx for compazine?

Anonymous said...

Bwaaaahaaahaa...perfect.

Anonymous said...

Dr Suess needed his inspiration from somewhere...

 
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