He looks just like…


5 thoughts on “He looks just like…

  1. My wife and I have found that the back of the head and neck is the last thing to change on a child. We noticed it just recently, helping our 9-year-old with math homework. Mrs. Moon commented: “Yep, still has the same nape.”So, while congenital Lou Dobbsianism may not be permanent, it certainly doesn’t resolve quickly. There’s likely a salve to make it less noticeable, I’m sure.

  2. You know, we play that “which relative do the kids look like” game, too. I don’t know that we ever achieved Lou Dobbs, though…Scanning your typewritten page is just brilliant, by the way.

  3. Thanks, Laura!Congenital Lou Dobsianism. I’m tagging along on the Perfect Grandson’s next check-up. You can be sure I’ll look over every kid in that waiting room to see just how prevalent this condition is. A salve, you say. Hmmmm.

  4. The period on your machine is fantastic… I may need to take a drill to my Adler.Your mistake ratio is pretty impressive as well; which is key on a script machine.Looking forward to more.

  5. Exactly, Joe! I’ve noticed the typos on the script machines are so much more glaring. I leave them right where they are, though – warts and all.I never noticed the open period until you mentioned it. I was too busy being infatuated with the arching capitals, I suspect. Now I have even more to love about old Agnes. Thanks!

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