Comparisons

Apples and oranges, apples and oranges, apples and oranges. When will it end? How did this pair come to be the popular example for unsuitable comparisons? This burden could be shifted to other flavorful twosomes.

Consider apples and bananas, or onions and potatoes, or cabbages and carrots, or broccoli and cherries, or peaches and garlic.

GEORGE O. MORRISON

Monrovia

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