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  1. I have tried to locate the Sheldon line, where he uses a 'can' instead of the correct 'may'. ('Can' inquires about an ability. 'May' requests permission. ) The series has many grammar errors, although Leonard may ask, "What am I talking about?" These are excusable by all cast characters, excluding Shamy. I have problems with Sheldon's can. I can't tolerate Sheldon's can. May I tell a tail about Sheldon's can? I would prefer telling a tail on Penny's can. You see, it is expected for Penny to occasionally use her figurative can. Penny's can is tolerated and cuter, when used, than Sheldon's can. Sheldon should never use his can, especially inappropriately. . It is idiotic for Sheldon to improperly use his can, whereass Penny may use her can nearly whenever she wants, with, may I point out, greater approval of her can. Cookie Monster would agree. Sadly, this is as close as I can get to Penny's can. I'll just move on, and leave it behind me.
  2. Indulge me. There was recent inadequate news coverage of the recent death of a childhood hero, one time NY Giant and , a year later, the first signed player of the 'new' Titans of New York, later called the NY Jets. He was so much more. Don Maynard was a Genius. He was a hurdler. This made him more evasive on the field. He drove from Texas for his try out with the NY Giants in a pick up truck he adapted to use Propane gas. He converted truck fleets off season. He was a NY Giant for only a year. The Giants head coach told Don to loose his side burns, cowboy boots, and big Texas sized belt buckle, or leave. This man of integrity, kept everything except the team, and moved on to the Titans (get it 'Giants' 'Titans' an enormous play on words). Don Maynard is still the all time leader in receiver stats for the Jets. Don Maynard was a fast runner, on and off the field. In the early days of the Jets, those players that got to the bank first, cashed their paychecks. The money ran out for the slower team members. Don Maynard was an innovator: He did away with his chin strap, and used cheek pads to keep his helmet on his head. He used long socks to protect his legs-still used today. He had his jersey made longer ,to stop getting mud down his pants-still used today. He was tired of getting horse collar tackles, so he had his jersey altered from a crew neck to a 'V' neck- still the industry standard. Look at his New York Jets images, and see the lack of a chin strap, and use of the protruding white cheek pads. See his proudly displayed side burns ( with all the hair styles allowed today). Had Don Maynard remained a NY Giant, the number 13 would have been retired, and the great Odell Beckham Jr would have used a different number on the Giants besides 13, like a 'B' for Beckham. Odell hides 'B's in some of his autographs. I hope Don Maynard died with his boots on, big Texas belt buckle, and side burns. Happy trails cowboy!
  3. Nerd Alert: The Ultimate in Beauty and Brains. In Star Trek, the original series, Nona, the Kahn-ut-tu woman, wife of Tyree (The 2nd luckiest Tyree, after NYG David Tyree) who cured Kirk from the Mugato bite. Was played by Nancy Kovack. Nancy Kovack began college at 15, and graduated from U. of Michigan at 19. She wed maestro Zubin Mehta of the NY Philharmonic. Makes me wish that the Mugato bit me.
  4. ((Warning: This is under construction)) Caution: police line: you better not cross Is the cop or am I the one that's Really dangerous? Sanitation, Expiration date, Question everything Or shut up and be a victim of authority Borrowed from a Speech: “To be, or not to be, that is the question” Borrowed from some guy who might send me a Bill, and forth wit Shake a Speare at me, in anger (from Green Eggs and Hamlet, spoken by the Hamlet, and not the Egglet) To eat, or not to eat, that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind of Sheldon to suffer The skewers and arrows of outrageous misfortune, Or to take in his arms a sea of Tribbles And by opposing end them. To die—to sleep of his hunger, No more; and by a sleep to say we end The heart-ache and the thousand natural shocks of mouse and electrified metal floor: vacillation That flesh is heir to: 'tis a consummation, or not a consummation Devoutly to be wish'd. To die, to sleep; To sleep, perchance to dream of a final resolution—ay, there's the rub, or not the rub, of the shrimp: For in that sleep of death what dreams may come, When we have shuffled off this mortal coil, Must give us the Pringles—there's the respect That makes calamity of so long life. For who would bear the chips and corns of timely consumption, Th'oppressor's wrong, the proud man's consumely, The pangs of hunger, of dispriz'd love, the law's delay, The insolence of office, and the spurns That patient merit of th'unworthy out-takes, When he himself might his quietus make With a bare bodkin? Who would fartlets bear, To grunt and sweat under a weary strife, But that the dread of something after death, The undiscovere'd country, from whose bourn No traveller returns, puzzles the will, And makes us rather bear those ill fartlets we have Than fly to others that we know not of? Thus conscience doth make cowards of us all, And thus the native hue of resolution Is sicklied o'er with the pale cast of thought, And enterprises of great pith and moment With this regard their currents turn awry And lose the name of action. Okay, if a chicken tries to peck out Mozart on a toy piano, you can't fault, or foul, the fowl. You can only applaud the effart. The episodic error, is Sheldon's favorite ingredient of Pringles is its uniformity, yet Sheldon despises shrimp uniformity at Professor Rothman's retirement party, and refuses consumption, over creating refuse. If all Sheldon had were shrimp on Pringles, as a mouse on an electrified floor, his vacillation would result in his death by starvation, or eventual consumption of the foul food, resulting, once again, in death.
  5. This episodic error is an outrage. In the episode of 12-02-2021, young Sheldon praises Anton van Leeuwenhoeek, as the father of microscopy. Yes. he saw microscopic items for the first time, but he committed a crime against science, by dying with the secretes to his lens production. It took about 200 years to discover similar lens production methods. Only the lenses he left could be used for about 200 years. He should be despised. His inactions do not deserve a comedic twist. Please sir, I want some more.
  6. Skirt, or long shirt: potato potato. I get your point. Thank you greatly for the Super Bowl ad. I miss the show, as we all. Even a tiny morsel leaves a hunger for more. "Please sir, I want some more".
  7. Pardon me while I mention these episodic errors: They are 'Unmentionables'. Throughout the series we were told the guys wore superhero themed underwear (Underoos). As Sheldon once mentioned in Amy's time travel fantasy story, when Amy asked why the colorful underwear, and Sheldon replied they are 'underwear that is fun to wear'. We have seen Sheldon's pair found in the dryer. Yet we never saw one character wear one pair in any scene. Sheldon wears tighty whities, even in the first season. Leonard wears boxers, and he once wore the apartment flag. We have seen Raj running on the street with tighty whities and a lobster bib. Howard in boxers, scratching his ass, after Stuart scratched his in front of Bernadette. Howard once even wore Sheldon's Laptop. They even had to remove their Underoos, in case they got lucky going to 'ladies' night'. Correct me, if I am wrong. Fun Fact: Mayim has never been without a dress. She states she has only wore skirts for about15 years. It is a Jewish religious commitment called 'tznius' (modesty). Even when Amy wore sweatpants in the 'sleep over' episode, she had on a hidden dress. Sorry I wasn't 'brief', but it 'seamed' 'fitting'. Also, I am grateful for the implied curiosity, and encouragement due to all my profile views, especially the silent majority: the anonymous viewers.
  8. This one is irritating, and abrasive. In season 10 episode 13, Howard, an MIT trained engineer, is perplexed by the baby room, and originally his one time baby room, having a squeaky floor. The squeaks are caused by wood on wood rubbing, as in bird calls. This is ridiculous. Segment solved: baby powder. Per This Old House, just sprinkle baby powder on the floor, work it in by sweeping into the floor cracks. Wood on wood friction abated. Squeaks abated. Be it floor bottom, or baby bottom, powder will reduce the noise. Like salt spilled, just throw some over your shoulder: Two birds one rock. Besides they are already in the baby's room. They already use baby powder multiple times a day. All Howard needs to do is be his normally uncoordinated self, and simply spill some on the floor. I guess the principals behind the coefficient of friction were not taught at the Masters level. Howard really needed that PhD. Fun Fact: Baby powder is typically Talc powder (sans Asbestos). On the mineral hardness scale, Talc is the softest mined mineral, #1, and Diamond the hardest, #10.
  9. FYI: 12-1-2021 PBS 1 hour, 10 pm, Stephen Hawking in his own words, his life story.
  10. This one may warm your heart, and It will burn Sheldon. (I may have written this one before) In season 8 episode 9, Sheldon states "You know who else said that? Every cocky T. Rex currently swimming around in the gas tank of your car". The misnomers of 'fossil' fuel, and Sinclair gasoline still exist. Just ask Bert. Fossil fuel never came from fossils. Just go to the La Brea tar pits. The only parking lot with tar oozing from below creating and simultaneously filling the cracks made. Yes, fossils have been pulled from the tar pits, because creatures fell in. Hence the pits existed before the dinosaurs, or there would be nothing in which to fall. It's more like the dino fell into the dipping sauce, but they did not make it. Crude oil came from plant life under pressure, like peat bogs. Then, "It's gonna take time, A whole lot of precious time. It's gonna take patience and time, mmm. To do it, to do it, to do it, to do it, to do it To do it right, child. Also, why were the dino bones left? Burn! Fun Fact: Both living creatures and plants expel some carbon dioxide, but plants expel a net positive amount of oxygen. Phew, that was a close one. I have to catch my breath. Plants need living creatures. They need a constant supply of carbon dioxide gas. Otherwise, plants would suffocate: all oxygen, and no carbon dioxide. Oxygen is a plant's waste product, and carbon dioxide is one of ours. Neat how this works out! Now let's fix global warming.
  11. Correct! Saved, as in saved from poisoning. I never wrote death. Correct! Saved, as in saved from poisoning. I never wrote death. Still Confused?
  12. If you already knew the answer, then why ask the question? Oh, I know.
  13. Th is isho w my keybo ard works, so forgie some errors, n/ow an/d then.
  14. My brain does not work well with numbers, like dates. Penny was with Kurt for 4 years. Pre-Leonard, Penny was with Kurt, so she may have not even been working. Yet if Kurt was the sole income source, then why did Penny have to lend Kurt. The prehistoric era is difficult to discern. We'd need to search for Kurt's primitive cave drawings, and try to decipher them for answers.
  15. Great point! It seems there is a legal procedure to request getting off the no-fly list. Perhaps, your point creates an additional episodic error. I am going to use that.
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