Comments: Randomness

I've heard Craig Fugate say it at the EOC in Tallahassee. When you think about what the people quoted in the article say, it makes sense. A little piece of normal in the midst of horrible makes life a bit easier to deal with.

Posted by Pappy at September 3, 2011 08:55 PM

Waffle House is the best idea for a restaurant ever. As that famous donkey once said "Everybody Loves Waffles". The only bad thing is that there are no Waffle Houses west of Arizona and north of Nebraska. What do we have to do to get a Waffle House? Have a hurricane up here in the Pacific NW?

Posted by Calvin A at September 3, 2011 09:07 PM

That waffle house is less than an hour drive from where I spent the Hurricane.
Waffle house was our savior when I drove a limo part time. It was the only thing open at 3am.

what has 4 breasts and 18 teeth?
The night crew at waffle house!

Posted by K-Nine at September 4, 2011 12:07 AM

K-Nine: That sounds like the bar across from my old newspaper. It had a two-tooth minimum.

Posted by George P at September 4, 2011 09:43 AM

So how come no mention about someone's birthday?

I know its raining on the panhandle, but come on.

Posted by The Thomas at September 4, 2011 04:50 PM

We love the Waffle House! And we don't have one down here. Here we are in the middle of Hurricane Country and we don't have a Waffle House.

And they aren't making money on it. It's a feel good thing.

Thomas- I just hadn't gotten to it!

Posted by Bou at September 5, 2011 09:08 PM

Summarizing- putting the main ideas (a broad overview) 'in your own words'

Paraphrasing- using a passage from the original source and putting it in your own words. With accreditation. Paraphrasing is longer than summarizing, and uses a broader segment of the original.

Technically, both a summary and a paraphrase should have the original source attributed. But it is not always so.
The reason for either is to show support (evidence) for your own claim (writing).

Posted by Rave at September 6, 2011 04:50 AM