Tuesday, November 11, 2008


I found myself on the losing end of an election bet. Hoping to quell the spirits of a cow-orker very excited by the Palin pick, I had wagered a dollar that she wouldn't even be on the ticket come election day. And as I paid up, I joked with the cow-orker that he probably shouldn't accept my money, as that's really just spreadin' the wealth around. (He took the dollar anyway.)

Today, however, I realized what I should have done. I should have assembled four quarters or ten dimes or some other collection of coins totalling one US dollar and delivered it quipping, "This, my friend, is change you can believe in."

Oh well.


Blogger eekbeat said...

cow-orker! Is that a new kind of derivational suffix?

11/11/08 5:42 PM  
Blogger Stanley said...

As far as I know, it's of Unfogged coinage. Oh, silly them.

11/11/08 9:20 PM  
Blogger Ben Wolfson said...

It is far older than unfogged.

11/11/08 9:43 PM  
Blogger Ben Wolfson said...

It might, young Stanley, even be older than you.

11/11/08 9:43 PM  
Blogger Stanley said...

People have been orking cows for a long time, it seems, eekbeat.

11/11/08 9:46 PM  
Blogger The Neoskeptic said...

i can see cows orking from my front porch

12/11/08 11:14 AM  

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