coterminous \koh-TUR-muh-nuhs\, adjective: 1. Having the same or coincident boundaries. 2. Having the same scope, range of meaning, duration.
Coterminous is from Latin conterminus, from com-, "together; with" + terminus, "boundary."
brigadoon \BRIG-uh-doon\ noun:
An idyllic place that is out of touch with reality or one that makes its appearance for a brief period in a long time.
[From Brigadoon, a village in the musical of the same name, by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, based on the story Germelshausen by Friedrich Gerstacker. Brigadoon is under a curse that makes it invisible to outsiders except on one day every 100 years.]
Remain standing. With right hand, hold cocktail to the side at arm's length. Bow deeply at the waist. Include all regurgitation in one retch. Resume upright position. Use left hand to wipe mouth with handkerchief (not toilet paper). Take another drink.
How much would CAN a woodchuck chuck?
Why, however many boards the Mongol Hordes horde when they get bored and horde boards!
An old woman thinks a dog looks like her husband, so she gives it a cigar and cane, and a golf club.
"I am not your husband," said the dog. "I am a dog."
"But you look like my husband", said the woman.
"But I am not your husband", said the dog.
"You keep saying that," said the woman. "But you are wrong, wrong, wrong. I have seen you drive a family sedan and read the sports section and belch and watch football and earn money and take out the garbage and make love and raise children and drink beer like my husband. "
Hoody-hoo! Labor Day Weekend! While we don't have political parades and carry signs that say "Labor Creates All Wealth" anymore, this vacation isn't just signaling the end of summer. Check out the origins of the holiday. It's a good reminder of some courageous Americans who had to fight to change their (and our) lives. Here are some great labor related quotes.