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From: Bryn <>
Subject: Re: Who Really Came With William The Conqueror In 1066?
Date: Sat, 8 Sep 2007 19:39:44 +0100
References: <BIoEi.17$FF5.149@eagle.america.net><fbug2u$3s3$2@news.ks.uiuc.edu> <YZAEi.4$DU5.184@eagle.america.net><fbuo5b$6v1$1@news.ks.uiuc.edu> <REBEi.7$DU5.258@eagle.america.net>


In article <REBEi.7$>, D. Spencer Hines
<> writes
>Do you give the same priority to an All-Female, Uterine, Line?...
>
>Which is even rarer.
>
>Admit it, McDonald...
>
>You are a First-Rate Male Chauvinist Pig -- born, bred and educated in
>Texas.
>

But still a McDonald...

>DSH
>
>Lux et Veritas et Libertas
>
>"Doug McDonald" <> wrote in message
>news:fbuo5b$6v1$1@news.ks.uiuc.edu...
>
>> D. Spencer Hines wrote:
>
>>> Why is a "mixed-line" descendancy less desirable than an agnatic
>>> descendancy?
>>>
>>
>> Rarity! Why is a Michaelangelo oil painting worth more
>> than a Dali print?
>>
>> Doug McDonald
>
>

--
Bryn

Here's to you Jonathan Briley, not falling but flying.


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