The unpublished motto of all cities and secondary sensibilities:
“Anyone From Out Of Town Is A Fool.”
In an increasingly civilized reality, one new factual theory can be worth a handful of old accepted laws.
A demand for ransom can be a sincere form of flattery; a refusal to pay it, even more so.
After all of his statements, this one kid would always add, “Hey, I should know, I should know,” and even though he didn’t, he was correct.
When it rains
on City roads
the center line.