I'm probably biased, but my father is remarkable.
He is one of those people who can, quite literally, do just about anything he sets his mind to. He's artistic, he's a published poet, an ordained lay minister, and he's extremely good with his hands and tools, creating many handy gadgets and home aids from scratch with just wood, nails, glue, and a bit of ingenuity.
So he'll probably appreciate this.
50 years of Popular Science magazine. Online. For free.
Sitting in a hospital waiting room, I watched a woman and her son. They were working a crossword puzzle together.
"Mom?" the boy asked, pointing to the puzzle. "What fits here?"
"It's man's best friend," Mom hinted, helpfully.
The boy thought a moment, then guessed, "Duct tape?"
["Life in These United States" from Reader's Digest Online]
WONDER for YOUR WEEK: Why are they called monkey wrenches? Do monkeys use them, too?