The Book of Threes, Part III

New ones, post-trip. [Earth, Wind, and Fire – the band]; [Buddha, dharma; sangha]; [33 1/3, 45, 78]; [home phone, work phone, cell phone]; [Tupper, Viggo, Frankie (haha another inside joke)]; [black, white, and gray]; [uptown, downtown, midtown]; [bacon, lettuce, and tomato]; [Word, Excel, Powerpoint]; [rock, paper, scissors]; [Caesar, Crassus, Pompey]; [boiled, fried, scrambled]; [red light, green light, yellow light]; [Moe, Larry, Curly]; [phone, Internet, cable TV]; [RGB Roy G. Biv]; and two from Bob Natowitz = [shake, rattle, and roll] and [going, going, gone].  Thanks, bud!

The Book of Threes, Part II

[Atkinson, Topeka, and the Santa Fe]; [apprentice, journeyman, master]; [greater than, less than, equal]; [igneous, metamorphic, sedimentary]; [A, B, C]; [X, Y, Z]; [ear, nose, and throat]; [citius, altius, fortius]; [NBC, ABC, CBS]; [Guy, Roger, Mike (haha inside joke)]; [Winkin, Blinkin, and Nod]; [lather, rinse, repeat]; [me, myself, and I]; [red, blue, yellow]; [orange, green, purple]; [walk, trot, and canter]; [hop, skip, and a jump]; [gold, silver, bronze]; [veni, vedi, veci, or I came, I saw, I conquered]; [small, medium, large]; [1st, 2nd, and 3rd]; [Huey, Dewey, and Louie]; [1st person, 2nd person, 3rd person]; [sun, earth, moon]; [red, white,…

The Book of Threes, Part I

Years back, en route to the Arctic of all places, two colleagues and I came up with The Book of Threes, and I’ve wanted to put it to pen ever since (shout out to Carole and Todd).  Here is Part I. [proton, neutron, electron]; [ready, set, go]; [lock, stock, and barrel]; [flat head, Phillip’s head, spanner head]; [positive, negative, neutral]; [north pole, south pole, equator]; [guitar, drums, and bass]; [breakfast, lunch, and dinner]; [coffee, tea, or me]; [bell, book, and candle]; [Peter, Paul, and Mary]; [woman, dog, and tent]; [stop, drop, and roll]; [stop, look, and listen]; [the good, the…


Stickerkitty has been slacking off during the holidays and/or working on some other projects.  Thanks to Chris Watts at SLU’s NCAT, I learned how to create my name via a binary code of zeros and ones. I will need to spend some time with this information. PS–I’m not sure how to understand this sequence: 0101001101110100011010010110001101101011011001010111001001101011011010010111010001110100011110010010011000100011001101100011010100110101001100110011001100111011