Sip of the Day: Troubleshooting Red-Eye
Titera’s Tidbit: Pig in a Poke
To buy a “pig in a poke”, as the Appalachian proverb has it, is to spend money on something sight unseen. The phrase originated in Scotland, but many of Scotland’s English dialects are full of French words. “Poke” comes from the French poche, meaning “pocket”.
· A Brand New Backyard Playground – Uh Oh
· Complete Archive of September 11, 2001 TV Broadcasts
· With 15,000 Already Dead, Now China Finds Crack in Dam
· Super Sip Street – Now, This is Rush Hour Traffic
Video of the Day: Mother’s Day Photo (Rated: PG)