Monday, March 17, 2014

Promoted to the Main Page

That peripatetic bon vivant and everyone's favorite commenter... Mr. Virgil Xenophon hisownself... said this in comments:
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OT, but have you any Mississippi Fred McDowell? (That was part of the post blogger swallowed) PS: I know I've been distracted from my promise to provide posts, but I'll alert you and your readers to two new posts I''ll be sending you. The first, a one part called "A death in New Orleans." and the second a two (or three) part post entitled: "The Day in 1971 when the 78th TFS @RAF Woodbridge, UK., pulled the functional equivalent of a (very serious) Mutiny" ( sort-of) And why the "Big Kids" couldn't do anything about it.  
Zounds!  It's with bated breath we await the arrival of the long-promised guest posts.

Peripatetic?  Why, yes...
per·i·pa·tet·ic
adjective
adjective: peripatetic; adjective: Peripatetic
  1. 1.
    traveling from place to place, esp. working or based in various places for relatively short periods.
    "the peripatetic nature of military life"
    synonyms:nomadic, itinerant, traveling, wandering, roving, roaming, migrant, migratory, unsettled 

  1. "I could never get used to her peripatetic lifestyle"
  2. 2.
    Aristotelian.
noun
noun: peripatetic; plural noun: peripatetics; noun: Peripatetic; plural noun: Peripatetics
  1. 1.
    a person who travels from place to place.
  2. 2.
    an Aristotelian philosopher.
That most certainly fits, nu?

4 comments:

  1. hook baited, tossed into water, beer open, bit of a lie back now and adjust the brim of the cap to shade the eyes. We are waiting.

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    1. Nothing in the overnight mail...

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  2. Hhmm, was that a ripple out there on the water?

    Throw some more chum overboard.

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    1. Nothing, still. We must be patient.

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Just be polite... that's all I ask.