Meanwhile, in the Grammar Crisis room....

Thursday, January 05, 2006

Smellin' (good?) in New Jersey

Widely reported in the New York media was the phenomenon of the city smelling good for a short period of time. Of course, this was earth-shattering news.
Well, today we have the New York Times' follow-up: the sweet, syrupy scent may have come from...New Jersey? Citing wind and the apparent trail of the scent, the Times Metro article presents the case that New Jersey was the olfactory originator. This may pave the way for the utterance of one of the least-heard sentences in human history: "Hey, is that the sweet aroma of New Jersey?"
Bonzo the Monkey's prediction of the day: Big Momma's House 2 will surpass the original in both quality and box-office returns. Bonzo also recommends you avoid sand for the coming week.


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