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Wednesday, June 22, 2011


New York State's awesome legislature has today addressed a long-standing issue that needed making corn the state vegetable.

Corn is, of course, a grain.

I am more and more reminded of George Carlin discussing news media reporting on Mickey Mouse's birthday: "No wonder nobody takes our country seriously anymore; we spend valuable television time informing our citizens of the age of an imaginary rodent."


Roger Owen Green said...

And tomatoes are fruit, because they have seeds. But I see your point.

Doug said...

Great to know a state legislature has their priorities straight, about as well-handled as Pennsylvania's.

If it was between corn and their other selection, onions, I would have gone with onions.