Start with the word of the day from the New York Times.
fiat •\ˈfē-ət, -ˌat, -ˌät; ˈfī-ət, -ˌat\• noun: a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge)
Also a car.
Weird name for a car.
Pope drives a Fiat.
Someone once gave me a red wine called “Irony.”
Not very good, which may explain the name.
What the heck is “irony” anyway?
Is it ironic that a PhD isn’t sure?
Degrees of ignorance.
Errare est humanum.
Which I have demonstrated countless times.
So it’s okay to makes mistakes.
I wish someone would issue a fiat requiring everyone to accept that.
Maybe the Pope.
Even the Pope.