Ah! But she decided to put a particular type of bread into the machine, how long to toast it for and will probably butter it etc. those are the only creative parts of the enterprise.
Ah!! Lisa! I did a radio essays for her twentieth birthday: http://Howlandbolton.com/essays/read_more.php?sid=44
Surely even in our uneducated times the crib wasn’t really necessary??
The only thing I can add to your post is that Eratosthenes didn’t prove the world was round, he was the first (as far as we know) to try measuring its circumference. Got a pretty good result too!
I could have done with some of these a few years ago. My eldest was tall for his age and good at sports: we eventually carried his birth certificate to his games as a defense against irate parents who would insist that he was too old to be playing against their offspring.
Romaines of the Day by Kazuo Arugula
Then there’s Private Eye magazine’s Sue, Grabbit & Runn
Advisable if you are counting in duodetrigintal
Only in the sense that Prince Kropotkin Would not have liked him or his ideas (such as they seem to be). In the modern ‘crazy, vicious swine’ sense he is: Oh how the @# is.
Of course he is correct working to base 0.