It is Wednesday, in the middle of a topsy-turvy* week, and I am finding it hard to get my mind to work in a linear fashion. Some might say that is not an unusual occurrence, but be that as it may.
Hot Stove League on tonight at 6 on 710 radio -- this week with Tony Blengino (yay!) in studio. Send in your questions now for Tony.
Waiting to be watched at home is Please murder me, a 1956 noir with Raymond Burr and Angela Lansbury. How can you not watch it, just to see what the two of them are like together, even if the movie isn't on any "best of film noir" lists...
I finally cracked my bottle of HP Sauce, hand-carried from Australia several months ago, only to be discovered on the shelf at Fred Meyer the following week. No idea if the recipes are the same.
* topsy-turvy 1520s, "but prob. in popular use from an earlier period" [OED], likely from tops, pl. of top (1) "highest point" + obsolete terve "turn upside down, topple over," from O.E. tearflian "to roll over, overturn," from P.Gmc. *terbanan (cf. O.H.G. zerben "to turn round").