Chosen by the people, for the people.
Well isn't this just magical.
I actually do know why the 100 Grand bars seem to vanish from your Halloween haul every year.
In 2004, my Mor Far (Danish for "Mother's Father") passed away after suffering from Alzheimer's Disease for nearly eight years. Before that, Mor Far was a successful San Francisco businessman who really understood how to make money--and more importantly, how to save it.
In my life I've collected mothers like charms on a bracelet each charm weighing heavily on my wrist.
Arthur Anderson liked to tell the story of the young boy who said he preferred radio to television because "the pictures are better." Anderson, who died Saturday in Manhattan at the age of 93, didn't identify the boy, but it would be safe to speculate it could have been him.
So THAT'S what you call them!