From outside one will always triumphantly impress theories upon the world and then fall straight into the ditch one has dug, but only from inside will one keep oneself and the world quiet and true. /FK (Contact: TBONotebooks at fastmail.fm. The Blue Octavo Notebooks welcomes mail, although we cannot guarantee a response. Your email may be posted in part on The Blue Octavo Notebooks unless otherwise requested.) Please enjoy the notebook entries, and thanks for reading.

Thursday, May 06, 2004

She’s, Like, Totally a Nobel Prize Winner, or Something. I just re-read James Zogby’s column from the other day and noticed his reference to “Mary Robinson (the Nobel Prize winner).” I was unaware Robinson had won the Nobel Prize, so I checked the Nobel e-Museum to see when and why she had been awarded the honor. ‘Sfunny, but the only Robinson that turned up was Sir Robert Robinson, who won a Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1947. Gosh, I dunno…

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