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Spare Change #28

It’s baaaack.

Seriously though, what’s the deal with the lack of beards in our governmental bodies? Obviously there are a few exceptions, but is there some sort of issue with facial hair that the public shares as a whole? Do they feel the beard is hiding something?

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Spare Change #027

Sure, you can argue that, for example, most English words have their derivations in other — often historical — languages, but at some point someone (or a group of people) had to invent something to give description to particular objects etc.

(Yeah, it’s been a little bit since the last one. Check my track record — what’d you expect?)

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Spare Change #024

In no way do I mean any offence to anyone’s beliefs — it’s a free country — but I do wonder if perhaps people would be a little more skeptical.

(A little later than I had hoped today, but after yesterday’s hockey game there was much celebrating that was necessary, resulting in a rather slow start to the day.)

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Spare Change #021 and #022

So here’s a double shot since I missed yesterday. (Sometimes I get busy. Sue me.)

Did they ever wear big wigs? I sure hope so.

Logically, I would explain that X’s sort of resemble someone with outstretched arms — like a hug — and O’s could represent an open mouth — a pretty big kiss, no doubt. According to Wikipedia however, X’s generally represent kisses and O’s the hugs, which kind of spoils my explanation.

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