If you're looking for intelligence you're on the wrong planet.
Oscar Wilde will feel mortally offended.Ah . . . he's dead.
It might not be swarming but it's definitely there, Then and now. I'll just say two names: Bach and Cage. Lists are tedious but I could produce a substantial one for every subject.Love the photo. :)
Ha Claude, do it. :)
Lets hope they don't have an ulterior motive!
I only do say: Elderberries . . . :)[More one of these days]
The mention of Elderberry makes me smile :-)Many moons ago before I was married to Mr C he used to phone me up at work and ask for Mrs Elderberry (it was a play on my surname). He did it on purpose to confuse my colleagues. The normal response until they got wise to him was to say to us there is a man on the phone asking for Mrs Elderberry :-)
Ha ha ha, Mrs. Elderberry, this let me smile without end, so far. :)
I am still smiling at the thought after all these years ;-)
Ha! Just get up. Now! Go to him and "demand": A kiss for Mrs. Elderberry, Mr. C.!" . . . And in half an hour – or tomorrow – let 'us' know how it was. :)
Intelligence is best found in those who decline to join in with the instinct of the swarm
Why would I like your words so much, dear Andrew?Because they are true?Or just because I am one of those (mostly) declining "to join in with the instinct of the swarm"?