“It was Buffalo Springfield.”
“Yes, Springfield, O.K. I said, ‘Aging boomers, they love any rendition, no matter how bad.’ ” —How Paul Krugman found politics : The New Yorker
When, how, and where did the unusual and grating affectation of starting an answer with the word “so” originate? I dislike it beyond compare.
Q: How do you turn the TV off?
A: So the remote control has a button to turn it off.
Do I find it irritating? So yes.
Text in bold is my favorite new phrase.
I sometimes think Minimal Mac is trying too hard with its “What we believe in/Not what we believe in” schtick. (A belief system? C’mon. Get back to work.) But I did like their smug comparison of the Office ribbon…
with the TextEdit toolbar…
as a reminder that TextEdit can save docs as Word.