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Professor Howdy said...

"Aromatherapy" is a term coined by French chemist Rene
Maurice Gattefosse* in the 1920's to describe the practice
of using essential oils taken from plants, flowers, roots,
seeds, etc., in healing.

"Long in the tooth," meaning "old," was originally used to
describe horses. As horses age, their gums recede, giving
the impression that their teeth are growing. The longer the
teeth look, the older the horse.

"Second string," meaning "replacement or backup," comes
from the middle ages. An archer always carried a second
string in case the one on his bow broke.

Clans of long ago that wanted to get rid of their unwanted
people without killing them used to burn their houses down -
hence the expression "to get fired."

In 1945 a computer at Harvard malfunctioned and Grace Hopper*,
who was working on the computer, investigated, found a moth
in one of the circuits and removed it. Ever since, when
something goes wrong with a computer, it is said to have a
bug in it.

Anonymous said...

Dr. Howdy, your newsletter in probably the best thing
I've ever gotten by email... never quit, the world
would be a lesser place without the few who insist
on actually using the wonderful cognitive processes
with which the Creator has blessed us. Your mini-novel
was wonderful, and yes we are responsible for ensuring
that as many as possible have a ticket as soon as possible.

GOD Bless you.
Indira M.
Program Counselor
Marist College
Poughkeepsie, NY

Professor Howdy said...

The boss was very exasperated with his new secretary
that he hired from UNC. She ignored the telephone
when it rang.

"You must answer the telephone," he told her irritably.

"All right," she replied, "but it seems so silly. Nine times
out of ten, it's for you!"

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