The number 450 hasn’t a great deal of applicability in real life: for me, it’s the temperature to which I should have preheated the oven instead of 400, but I didn’t notice until I’d already shoved in a full baking sheet. In Canada, it’s the score for a perfect game (twelve consecutive strikes) in five-pin bowling. Anyway, here are this week’s search strings:
“baby duck syndrome” asperger: This perhaps explains more about the grown-up Donald than Disney had intended.
blurbese: The language of marketing. Any similarity to English is coincidental and not intended.
scdo 07 latex corset ballet boots: As seen on People of Wal-Mart.
the wonderful webers: Not referring to grilles, either.
slightly skewed skateboards of oklahoma: You know, we wouldn’t have this issue if we had some real sidewalks.
626 capella glx fuel consamptoin: It’s like “consumption,” only faster.
celia ebert one buckhead loop condo association: Never met Ms Ebert, but I’ve seen plenty of buckheads thrown for a loop.
the boston rag: That would be the Globe. (The rival Herald is more of a dustcloth.)
elyse moore diaryland xanga: Um, did you try Geocities?
martha lasley “clean language”: Um, did you try Geocities?
cold calculating thinking: Less common than it used to be, but so are other varieties of thinking.