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"Wiggleworth" always makes me think of C. Northcote Parkinson. Probably in "The Law and the Profits" but perhaps in "Parkinson's Law"He talks about British elite hiring practices and an example of an interview answer as to what have you accomplished as "Played cricket for Wigglesworth" (Wigglesworth is a school)The really important answers are to the question "Who is your family?"We used to have a local moving company called Smythe. Their jingle on the radio went "Smythe, not Smith, Smythe, not Smith. Smythe the smoother movers"I probably have not heard that since the 70s yet it popped into my head with full orchestration after all that time. John Henry
There's a Wigglesworth Hall in Harvard Yard. Nothing but urinals on every floor.
Imagine Walt Whitman as President. He was a NewYork City boy who worked as hard as Trump works. And he is all for Free Verse Speech.
Why is he still a grad student? Didn't he also unearth a Whitman tome last year?You'd think his advisor would hurry him out to get a faculty position somewhere while he's hot.
One of my best overseas friends is named Wigglesworth. An elegant gentleman.
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