As long as I’m fessing up to naming the wrong network for Lucky, I should confess to purveying some other information.
One does not make peanut butter my mixing peanuts and butter. That was some misinformation spread to me via Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, and by that time, I should have known better. In fact, I think I did know better, having already read a bio of George Washington Carver by that time. But I trusted Mister Rogers to know what he was speaking about. Being earnest should not be confused with being informed. (Even if I did know the truth about peanut butter, however, this did lead me to experiment with tasty mixtures of peanut butter and real butter. Does it come as any surprise that 3 decades later I needed diet, exercise, and medication to shape up my heart?)
The capital of Papua New Guinea is not three dollars and fifty-seven cents. Actually, Papua New Guinea has three capitals, P, N, and G.
Despite my boastful claims to the contrary, I did not put the ram in the rama-lama-ding-dong.
I shall strive to be more accurate in the future.