This is said if you are describing something in a very brief or concise way. If you don’t want to hear all of the details of a story you might say, “just tell me in a nutshell.”
This refers to a group of people who work together to come up with solutions for issues or problems. It is believed that more people sharing ideas is better than someone working alone.
This weekend (July 21-22) we will be participating in Ventura’s Westside ArtWalk. Sponsored by the VC Reporter, the exhibit, On The Spectrum: Art and Autism is being organized by autism Mom and co-founder of the Art of Autism, Debra Hosseini. After a lot of preparation and hard work, the art gallery is starting to look fantastic! It’s going [...]
This describes a person that is causing trouble or breaking things. China is fragile dish-ware and a strong bull would cause a lot of damage if allowed near it. It can also mean aggressiveness or pushiness.
Last week, two of the most important contributors to Unintentional Humor; Celebrating the Literal Mind™, Brent Anderson and Brett Bednorz, got together to sign some of our new books! Brett is an integral part of the Unintentional Humor™ team, so we want you to learn more about him! Brett Bednorz is a talented graphic artist [...]
In this term the word pool means grouping together resources for a common advantage. People who share rides in the same car save fuel and money and help the environment by emitting less gas pollutants.
Summer is in full swing, and so are we! July is jam-packed with some great events, and we hope to see you at some of them. Linda and Brent Presentation July 3, 2012 Camarillo, CA Brent and Linda will be sharing their presentation; “Finding Humor While Living with Autism” at Dos Caminos Elementary [...]