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  1. “Polak.” The word is “Polak” — at least in Poland.

    “Pollock” is either a fish or a painter.

    “Pollack” is a film director.

    May we please get all of this straight from now on?

    Jim G

  2. Jim,

    Over the last four days now, you have caught two egregious speeling errors. I appreciate your help.
    All the best.


  3. Some would argue that the “grammar police” and “spelling nannies” are among those who have no sense of humor. 🙂 By the way, the commentary you linked to is perfect fodder for those of us who are politically incorrect.

  4. MOK,

    Trust me, Gordon is not politically correct or a member of the grammar mafia. He does love to gig me when he gets a chance, and I enjoy the give and take.

    All the best.


  5. Oh yes, I know of whom you speak. Herr Gordon is one of those larger than life, memorable legal characters, and I would agree that he was having much fun jerking your chain.

  6. A woman and a duck walk into a bar.

    The bartender says, “Where’d you get the pig.”

    The woman says, “That’s not a pig, that’s a duck.”

    He says, “I was talking to the duck.”

    * * * *

  7. A black guy, a rabbi, a dog, an old lady and a Latin guy walk into a bar. The bartender, a mulatto, says, “What is this, a joke?

  8. Did I ever tell you the one about the agnostic dyslexic insomniac? He was up all night pondering the existence of dog.

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