September 13, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial

Phrase of the week

Zilch: An American phrase for “nothing.” Some say it derives from a 1920s character named Joe Zilch, a good-for-nothing college boy. Others say it stems from the character Mr. More...

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Lyric of the week

Then I learned to play some lead guitar I was underage in this funky bar And I stepped outside to smoke myself a “J” And when I came back to the  room Everybody just seemed to move And I turned my a More...

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