If You Call A Sheep’s Tail A Leg, It’s Still A Leg

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Fruits and vegetables looking suspiciously like deli meats.

Which recalls the old Abe Lincoln aphorism:

“Question: If you call a sheep’s tail a leg, how many legs does a sheep have?

Answer: Four. Calling a tail a leg doesn’t make it a leg.”

Gerritsen Avenue

Brooklyn, New York

Moontime Vegetables


Foamola—that’s poet/lyricist Sparrow, Sylvia Gorelick, and composer Lawrence Fishberg— sing the haunting “Moontime” and the rollicking  “I Put My Radio in The Refrigerator So the Vegetables Can Dance.”