The dull man’s infallibility.
Haggling, n- The dialogue of mutual plunder.Hammer, n- A common household weapon, used mainly for the pounding and removal of nails, both metal and human.Happiness, n- A euphoric state inviting Acts of God and other calamities (see marriage.)Harmless, adj- Dead.Hatred, n-
The offspring of intimacy. Long considered a “negative” emotion, such as jealousy,
anger, envy, etc., it is one of the most underrated emotions in the human spectrum. Much perspicacity and courage for necessary deeds would have been plainly impossible were it not for good, honest hatred.Just one page from history tells us that the United States could never have achievedindependence from the British were it not for the aid of their ancient enemy, the French. This, aswe now know, was not due so much t
o nobility of a national character as to one nation’s loathingof another, therefore reducing our cherished conception of America as a “Great Experiment” to a“Great Beneficiary of Spite.”
Hawaii, n- A chain of lovely islands, of which its weakest link is its with Capitol Hill. The state
motto is, “Yes, he
Health, n- A state of physical and mental wellbeing, depending on the total forfeiture of the few pleasures and vices giving said state all its reason for being. But true friends will drink to it inyour presence.Heaven, n-
A small tax on the Devil’s due.
A narcoleptic taxidermist of Man’s past; An ineffectual parent vainly attempting by
example and precept to tell his children how, where and why they went wrong.Hockey, n- A winter sport, played by bulky, toothless men who lumber after an elusive black spot.Homage, n- A superior form of plagiarism and totally unmotivated by self-aggrandizingincentives, such as critical recognition and financial success.Homeless, n pl- Th
e ambulatory rubbish of our city’s streets and one viewed by Republicans as“the problem that just won’t go away.” This is part of a conversation overheard on 5
Vagrant: “Spare a buck, pal?”