Oeuvres a l’oeuvre

Tuesday, September 2, 2014 | |



“Eclipsing” is a word which means “blocking the light from,” as the moon sometimes does of the sun. If the reverse were true, and the sun eclipsed the moon, either the moon would have gone on a journey away from earth, or the sun would be so close that the whole earth would shrivel up like a raisin, and we would all die.

Many, many poems are too long; hardly any are too short. - Lemony Snicket


It can be difficult to explain “how long is a day on Earth” because there are many variables. The most convenient convention is to say that it is 24 hours for normal conversational situations.


(You can use a clothes drying rack to dry out pasta)

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