Tag Archives: Fools

A Foot In The Door

Putting “a foot in the door” harks back to the days of cold call door-to-door salesmen. Salesmen would knock on residential doors or, if you were wealthy enough to have one, ring the door bell. The housewife would open the … Continue reading

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Nothing is Foolproof – Nothing

CAUTION: THIS IS NOT A FLOTATION DEVICE. DO NOT LEAVE CHILD UNATTENDED WHILE IN USE. USE ONLY UNDER COMPETENT SUPERVISION. Even something so simple as a classic vinyl beach ball isn’t foolproof. We sometimes loose sight of the meaning of … Continue reading

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Cage Free Eggs

Does the village idiot know he’s the village idiot? Does a senile person know that he’s senile? Do severely retarded people know they’re retarded? At what point, if ever, does a sucker know he’s been suckered? Does a fool know … Continue reading

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