Despite my love of double negatives – that is, my love of spotting them, not of using them – I’d somehow never noticed that Mick Jagger is actually full up on satisfaction; overloaded with the stuff, apparently.
If only he could have a moment of non-satisfaction against which he could compare his constant contentment, maybe his life would feel fuller for having the contrast.
Of course, this is just one of those things that I became familiar with at such an early age that I never thought to question it – much like the wooden nature of George Washington’s teeth.
A forensic anthropologist from the University of Pittsburgh came to the dental museum, which is affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution, to supervise laser scans on one of the four known sets of Washington’s dentures. The dentures are made from gold, ivory, lead, human and animal teeth (horse and donkey teeth were common components).