She ate the whole tub of ice cream.

Mow chases in a spoon and tub, big clam, mow places in a boil a piece.

Sterilite White 12Qt Dishpan

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  • The add-on found the correct lyrics for all but one of our tests, and the only failure was probably because of an oddly-formatted YouTube title.

    My Reverend Uncle Cran recently blessed those of us on his e-list with one of his arcane anecdotes about Ozark Wisdom, and what he wrote struck me with such motivational force that it literally inspired me to compose a poem. Here's the arcane anecdote:

    My mother-in-law, Ruby Fore, told us that years ago at County Line Baptist Church, the minister asked the members to quote a favorite Bible verse. When it came to one member's turn, he (or was it she?) said the following:
    "Every tub sits on its own bottom."

    How true that is! This powerful statement says it all.

    This person said it was in the Bible somewhere, but didn't know which book. I don't know either, but possibly it was the Book of Parables?
    I recognized the verse, of course, but felt compelled to point out to Reverend Uncle Cran that what had been quoted was merely partial, and I produced the entire verse for all of us on the e-list to read carefully and store away like the Virgin Mary in our hearts, though I have since made a few small alterations legitimated by my poetic license:
    Every Tub Sitteth

    Every tub sitteth on its own bottom, and
    every bottom sitteth wheresoever it listeth, but
    the wise know better than
    to set their bottoms
    in the outhouse to the church
    without a first glance up,
    for lo,
    it is used but once a week and
    is oft a haven for wasps --
    betimes stripéd,
    betimes dull red --
    and they shall burn thee with liquid fire
    lest thou shalt forget again soon
    to glance first up
    if thou be no fool!

    This is from The Book of Improbables 1.424, right after The Book of Hyperboles, which can be found among the so-called Extra-Apocrypha, a collection of books so utterly rejected by the early church that nobody has ever heard of them.

    I hope that every reader is now enlightened . . . or at least lightened.Labels: , ,

  • There’s nothing to set up or configure. Just visit YouTube or a music site, find and play something, and a new pane quickly appears (usually at the same time as playback starts) with the song title and lyrics.

    Another somewhat lesser known technology-based debate people are having these days focuses on online music streaming. Are you the master of Spotify? Or do you whittle hours away on YouTube? What medium do you prefer to use to discover and listen to new music online?

    Future Perfect
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    we will have tubbed
    you will have tubbed
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    There are many ways to find lyrics to whatever you’re playing online, but they’re usually slow, inconvenient, maybe inaccurate, and sometimes all three. Lyrics Here is a browser addon for , which instantly finds and shows the lyrics for whatever you’re playing on YouTube, Spofify, Deezer, Google Music, SoundCloud and 40+ similar sites.

Video Creators is Tim’s YouTube channel.

In a nutshell, copyright owners provide YouTube with a database of searchable material, and YouTube automatically compares uploads against this database. If a match is found—regardless of context—the copyright holder decides whether that video is blocked, muted (in the case of song used as background music in an original video), or monetized with ads of its choosing—thereby blocking any ads the video’s creator may have placed there.