May 2, 2009

Try the chewable Dulcolax

"Neumann is also getting a log of pressure to run for Senator."

Even better:

"The venerable James T. Harris will be speaking."

ven·er·a·ble, adjective, 15th century

1: deserving to be venerated — used as a title for an Anglican archdeacon or for a Roman Catholic who has been accorded the lowest of three degrees of recognition for sanctity

2: made sacred especially by religious or historical association

3: N/A

(Courtesy B&S, which makes more sense minus the ampersand.)

1 comment:

Bookman said...

Does this make James T. "The Chocolate Jesus"?