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On my homepage I get recent New York Times headlines. Her obit read "Ruth M. Seims, Inventor of Stuffing Dies at 74."

The headline alone had me believing she was the inventor of all stuffing. After reading the article I came to the conclusion I'm not nearly as sharp-mided as I thought. I also realized stuffing has made me the slightly doughy man I am today.

I'm not taking this news well.

Posted by Mike McL. at November 26, 2005 10:34 PM

Personally, I prefer potatoes.

Posted by Angie Schultz at November 27, 2005 07:17 PM

I have been expressing the same sentiments this past week of Pat Morita ("wax on, wax off") from the Karate Kid movies. What a great man.

Posted by David Cummings at November 27, 2005 08:50 PM

Pat Morita, right! He died on the same day as George Best. Sports fans probably know him as an English Football star...I only knew him as a reference from an Undertones song...it's been a tough week for all of us. Potatoes and Stuffing are on me this evening.

Posted by Mike McLellan at November 28, 2005 07:54 PM

Ruth M. Seims, Pat Morita and George Best...does that qualify as the rule of three? Where does Eddie Guerrero fit in?

Posted by Tim at November 28, 2005 11:56 PM

i'm pretty sure best has already been counted as he's been close to death for the past 5 years or so. he's a wild card.

Posted by kendra at November 29, 2005 07:08 AM

Right. Best's body died last week.

Posted by Mike Mc at November 29, 2005 09:42 PM

A bit late, I'm afraid (I hang my head in shame, and then I lie claiming it was so!) but I noted my own theory about this here, for the record. (This was easy for me to find, as it's the only post in four years of blogging in which I use the "word" "StoveTop.")

Whoops, Preview reveals yet again that I can't actually link, for the bazillionith time which still won't help me remember tomorrow.

So, let's ruin the format as usual!

http://amygdalagf.blogspot.com/2005/11/call-me-cynical-but-my-theory-is-that.html

Posted by Gary Farber at December 3, 2005 05:01 AM

Thanks for the link gary. StoveTop comes in Corn Bread and Sourdough? Neat.

Posted by Mike Mc at December 5, 2005 02:36 PM