I’ve had a considerable number of random thoughts lately.
This is not my original thought, but I like it.
A person running for office said he had been raised in poverty. I looked it up. I found: “Poverty is an unincorporated community located in McLean County, Kentucky, United States. Poverty was named by William Short, a local physician who strongly disliked his snobbish neighbors.”
I still do not, DO NOT, understand the meaning of a phrase often used by newscasters. “The victim was killed after the crash.” Shouldn’t it be said that the victim was killed in the crash. What does killed mean? If it was after the crash, who did the foul deed? Did the victim survive the crash and debris from the crash fall on the victim?
“Row, row, row your boat, Gently down the stream, …”