- The Washington Times - Friday, October 27, 2000

Blown allowance


Harness the dogs

Emergency airdrop

Peasant arms

Peasant army

Look it up

“It has been stated countless times that Al Gore is stiff,” observes Randall Stephens of Washington. “Even the vice president acknowledges the fact. However, I was unaware that there is a medical term for this condition: algor mortis.

“The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 4th edition, defines this condition as follows:

“Noun: The cooling of the body that follows death.

“Etymology: Latin algor, coolness + mortis, genitive of mors, death.”


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