Now that was lucky. I took the Panthers. Over AZ. Did. Nothing else seemed to make sense. Of course, sense isn’t always my thing.
As a matter of fact, senseless is.
Take for instances my calling the Fox and Friends CURVEY couch the Kirby couch. I did that in a couple of posts. The other day all three of the hosts of the program spent several seconds of their segment enunciating curvey and Kirby.
As much as I would hate to admit it, only once did Brian and the curvey middle co-anchor ever say curvey in a manner that I heard it. Only once from each, they all sounded like they were saying Kirby.
However. I got the point. It ain’t Kirby couch.
But it does beg the question – well, two questions really. The first concerns the American English. Enunciation isn’t really that bad, maybe, and my hearing isn’t all that bad at the last checkup.
That second question, disregarding the English enunciation, is: Who did make that white thing anyhow.
(Stuart Scott; ESPN. RIP, Sir. Well played, well fought and extra-humanly lived.)
From the reaches,