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From: "D. Spencer Hines" <>
Subject: Re: Trivial Pursuits
Date: Thu, 24 May 2001 20:08:45 +0100
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"Geoffrey Chaucer" in _A Knight's Tale_ would like you.
D. Spencer Hines
Lux et Veritas et Libertas
"Forsan et haec olim meminisse juvabit." Publius Virgilius Maro
(Virgil) [70-19 B.C.] [Aeneid I, 203] Aeneas, seeking to comfort his
men as they contemplate an arduous journey to Italy, reassures them
that, "Someday, perhaps, it will be pleasant to remember all this."
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"Sim mac Liam" <> wrote in message
| D. Spencer Hines <> wrote in message
| > Well Said.
| > However, "Me Too's" are not necessarily a bad thing at all. : )
| > Indeed they are often essential ---- if focused, sensible,
| > serious people are going to beat off a gang of loony, righteous
| > snarling hyenas, non-serious pimply-faced-kids and other assorted
| > drones, ragamuffins and cretins ---- out to have a little fun by
| > badgering the grown-ups.
| Whew! He left out crap poets. Snuck by agin.