Don’t know what it means, but I like <a href=”http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1592400876/104-4250072-8284759?v=glance&n=283155&s=books&v=glance”>how it reads</a>.
Maybe its British for…”Well, butter my butt and call me a biscuit!”
Courtesy of “DerbMiester” via <a href=”http://corner.nationalreview.com/”>NRO</a>
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE OLD CRITERION? [John Derbyshire]
Not that there is **nothing at all** to worry about where The New Criterion is concerned.
From “Notes & Comments” in the current (Nov. ’05) issue:
“What Pinter dispensed was a certain tone–an atmosphere of menace, borrowed largely from Samuel Beckett. It’s chief effect, when you first encountered it, was to make semi-articulate dissatisfaction seem like existential profundity.”
Lynne Truss has labored in vain.
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Derbyshire’s very dry humor is on display.
Gotta love a mathematician getting persnickity over puctuation.
What troubles me, is that I don’t see the mistakes!