WWI’s Zeppelin Bombings Popularized the Trend of ‘Pyjamas’

Had a scare last night. Possible missile attack. I changed into my lead-lined PJs. Wow are those things heavy.

Turned out the missile warning was just a bad dream but I left the PJs on. Truth to tell, once I lay down, I couldn’t get up. The housekeeper found me.

Second time this year I’ve had to change my nightclothes and it’s just February. The first time was when I had the radio playing and just before I drifted off, a flu warning was broadcast, or something about flu season. Don’t remember. I was half asleep. I got up and put on my “flu nightclothes.” These cover my complete body, including the head, with a fabric that traps flu viruses, guaranteed. I bought the suit online. Made in Worf Puleria. Rather stuffy, but two weeks have passed and I remain flu-free.

There have been a spate of home invasions lately in this area. I’ve purchased my “home-invasion PJs,” once again online. They require assembly, as they seem to be some sort of structure.

 

Super Bowl History

Super Bowl      Similar to                        Notes

III                      G. Washington                 Old fashioned.

VII                     A. Jackson                       Redskins lose.

XXII                   A. Lincoln                        1st black QB win (Williams).

XLIII                  F. Roosevelt                     Most wins (Steelers).

XLIX                  B. Obama                        Most worldwide fans.

IILII                    Donald Trump                 Brain damage.

QUIK POLL #478

I asked the following question to the first 100 people I met on the street. Demographic info filed separately.

Who is the most famous Roman emperor?

  • Nero (67%)
  • Caesar (21%)
  • The Pope (12%)

Who is the most famous U.S. president?

  • Trump (79%)
  • Washington (12%)
  • Lincoln (9%)