From this blog:
> I picked one of the top bingo stems that I hadn't yet studied, EINRST, and noticed that
> ENTIRES is a word.
Aw, how cute.
> That's like Joel Sherman missing MUCOIDS.
A reference to "Word Freak" and my assumption that MUCOID has something to do with mucous, and that Joel has some type of issue with mucous related to his GI issues.
> and Igby goes down (381-396)
Awesome film. And if you haven't seen Kieran in "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" yet, STOP READING THIS AND GO SEE IT NOW!!!
> I pulled the right tiles to go with my high-probability leave for SEAGIRT
Wow--that word doesn't even look familiar to me. Is it even good?
> But there would be no such joy against Ms. Nees...
Cuz her name is Joy Nees--get it?
> against Jean McArthur, who has never eaten a fast-food hamburger
Is this still true?
> and for no other reason than her strength as a Scrabble player, I assure you
> I had some time to sit and study and catch up on how my man Tiger was doing in Augusta
Tiger Woods is no longer "my man", after all his foolishness.
> I was worried that I might lose some serious ratings points from this encounter
Already worried about rating?
> arranging my socks on the dashboard so that they would bake more properly
Baking still works, but I've added hanging (on the clothes hanger hooks) for added freshification.
> I was more disappointed that I couldn't find a machine that sold Coke cans for 50 cents
These are REALLY hard to find these days.
> It was till early, and I thought about going to a club, or maybe getting a massage
Seven years later, I have no memory of every having gone to a strip club or gotten a massage in Oklahoma City--how the heck did I miss that???
> My next game was against Gene Roop. There's a pun in there somewhere, but I can't seem to
> find it.
Dammit, I still can't find it (Poop is just juvenile), but now with LJ I'm sure somebody can think of something.
> I scooted on out of there and raced down I-35 to my favorite Colombian restaurant
Casa Vieja, still my favorite in the country.