Thursday, March 09, 2017


Gravity Always Has to Fall

Most verything goes down better
with humor (done with proper
flair, of course; no need to
insult my intelligence, un-
less occasionally, perhaps
when it deserves it; a
spoonful of sugar and
all), a hint or two of non-
chalance (the subtler the
better), and as much
cheekiness as can be
mustered.  And, most
importantly, these in-
gredients are not just
important in the delivery,
one absolutely has to live
them.  It's like method acting
only British; but a performance
that never witnesses even a half-
yawn.  And of course it’s got to
have snark; and a spectrum of
ticklebone that ranges from
intermittent chuckles to ROFL.