United at Birth
Mike and his brothers, Bob, Bill, and Steve
"Spelling Lover Decides to End It!"
"Did they hit it hard enough to knock the letters into the correct spelling?"
"Hey, I've been reading about your head injury. Are you healing well? Gee, that's awful."
"Dolby Laboratories [and] German virtual reality company Infitec GmbH [are developing] a three-dimensional theater projection system.... The companies hope the venture will bring consumers that entertain themselves at home with DVDs, the Internet and video games back to the theaters." -- All Headline News
"After you go to 'The Ant Bully,' don't you want to come down here and watch 'Monster House' for free?" Stan asked.
"That's very nice," I said, "but you're not showing it in 3-D.""Well," he said, tongue in cheek, "2-D is almost as good."
DVDs NOT available in 3-D
"Not really," I grumbled, "not the way your management lenses that picture on the screen. The height might be correct, but the width is horribly cropped."
"Veterinarians are great," David said. "I went to one to sew me up."
"Really?" I asked, wondering if my brain had been conked out of kilter by the jolt. I didn't realize humans were mended in this manner.
"Yeah, it's the same work," he said, "and they don't charge as much!"
"Did you get a yummy?"
"No. They gave me a little catnip toy to play with."