From Plastic Tub

knot n. 1. A thorny problem. 2. The product of tying; a means of joining rope or holding things fast. 3. A lumpy protrusion. 4. An entanglement; a dense interlacing of vapor. 5. A nautical measurement of speed. 6. Marriage (To tie the knot).


"...a technical marvel of stupendous importance in the history of sailing and lynching..."

"...not to be confused with not..." -- Alice in Wonderland

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Albert Kook mastered hundreds of knots, including the Boneyard, Blind man and a simplified form of the Pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey.