The Canons Of Dork #6 For October 29, 2022

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Posted by Sarah Perkins | Saturday, October 29, 2022 | Categorized The Canons of Dork | Tagged Bookmark the permalink.

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Sarah Perkins (MSc Business and Management, University of Essex; BA Art, University of Montevallo) is a pastor’s wife, married to Harrison, and artist based out of Michigan. She recently changed from full-time work in education management to being a full-time mom to their son Scott. She is the artist behind Illustrated Theology, also doing all the art for The New Geneva, and enjoys reading, travelling, and remembering and reciting useless trivia.


    • Thank you George – I get it now (although I have very little to do with dogs. Having read The Cross and The Switchblade, I had thought of “fleeces”, rather than your correct answer – The phonetic difference is only one “l”, so I was close … though obviously one doesn’t want to get TOO close).

    • On second thoughts, Dr Clark, I’m shocked – I didn’t think Luther USED that language!

      • Allan – Iff the Luther you’re thinking of is the one who used DIFFERENT language in his Table Talk (Something that was brought to my attention in response to my condemning out of hand John Osborne’s play – just in case you were thinking I was well read), yes.

    • From what I’ve read of Luther (regarding this discussion), he used much worse language from time to time over the years of his early 16th Century writings and disertations.

      • I think that’s a value judgement, G S – I only wrote “DIFFERENT”; but admittedly, the name of one A A Milne’s characters was NOT used as a euphemism in the vocabulary recorded for us by his pupils.

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