From Say It to Spray It
Beating out Sudoku, bird flu, and persistent vegetative state, the New Oxford American Dictionary’s word(s) of the year for 2006 is (are?) “carbon neutral.” Personally, we wonder what happened to lanced, santorum, and Maf54. Which is why they don’t let us write the dictionary.
It’s a dream come true: a cheap, long-lasting, carbon-based energy source that’s easy on the earth. These batteries get licked and then keep going, and going, and going. We’ve gotta say, we’re jealous.
The hitchhiker’s guide to the taxi
Shot through the heart and T-Day’s to blame