Oh my god, The Review happened again! We wrote about steakhouses this month because Megan made an amazing steak at home. Probably one of the best things you can do for yourself is learn how to cook meat properly. Make it at home. It’s cheaper and better, and you don’t have to get all dressed up.

I wrote about fried chicken because I have a problem. We both accidentally wrote poems. I had fun looking through public domain images of cows.

This is The Review. Buy it at Gumroad. Pay what you want. We thank you. Then go grill a steak. It’s summer.

If he had been alive he would have been the first to call on me…but he has not been here, nor has he sent to know how I am, and there’s the flag at halfmast.

William Seward, recovering after his own assassination attempt, wasn’t told of Lincoln’s death. He figured it out for himself when he saw through his bedroom window that the flag was flying at half-mast. (866)

I finally finished “the Lincoln book” last night. That’s Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin, for anyone who has forgotten along the way. I don’t blame you–I started posting quotes in October.