~ Eggman: Character in John Lennon's song I am the Walrus. Lennon wrote the lyrics partly under the influence of LSD. One element was to put down Hare Krishna practitioners. Somehow, the walrus character was thought to have indicated that Paul McCartney was dead.
~ Scramble: Move around quickly and perilously on rocks. Rapidly send fighter planes to intercept the enemy. Straighten up the place in the seconds between the doorbell ringing and the admitting of unexpected guests.
~ Obama's Power Egg: In the Oval office, President Barack Obama has a wooden sculpture of a hand holding an egg. It symbolizes the idea that power is fragile: if it is held too tightly it is crushed; if held too loosely it falls from the grasp.
Eggs, once scrambled are seldomn Unscrambled. An easter egg is a hidden message planted by software programmers, usually to list the names of the geeks who slaved over the project. The searcher must have a decryption key of some sort in order to see the egg, which is often very interesting and sometimes beautiful.
~ L'oeuf: The egg. Some think it is the origin of the term "love"in tennis, meaning zero, which is approximately the shape of an egg. This theory is not especially admired by experts. On the other hand, they don't have any theories that are a lot better.
~ Scrambler: Ron Popeil invented a device for scrambling an egg inside the shell. He says it saves time and clean-up and distributes the contents evenly. The result can be left in the shell and hard-boiled for a pale yellow treat, or emptied into a skillet and fried with butter.
In the days of black and white film photography, dust on the negative would become white spots on the finished print. The photographer would then take a spotting brush and some India ink, diluted, and touch up the white spots. First there were fairly obvious spots that anyone would notice. when those were darkened, smaller spots would become more evident and they would be darkened. Then yet smaller ones would appear where they were previously not seen. The fastidious spotter would never be able to finish the job because as soon as one level of brightness was reduced, another would become noticeable. This also happens in any efforts I make to learn something. The more I learn, the better I am able to perceive what still needs to be learned.