I don’t care what they say or write about me, as long as they spell my name right. And it doesn’t start with Shi, even though that might suit some people to a “t”.
Sometimes when I’m at a restaurant, the server will deliver the food, set it down, and say, “There you go.”
I then reply, “Where do I go? I thought I was here!”
One day, shortly after my sister-in-law, Mary Keefer, was appointed principal of Bishop Luers High School, I called her to congratulate her on her new position.
“Mary,” I said, “Congratulations! I didn’t know you had any, and now you are one!”
You go Uncle Milty!
There is an old saying that goes, “You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink.”
Or as Uncle Milty (Milton Berle) so wisely put it, “You can lead a man to Congress, but you can’t make him think.”