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From: "Dale E. Reddick" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Surname Tolliver
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 00:39:22 -0400
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You can't really mean RHETORICAL!?!
That's just too abtuse, tangential, bouncin' off the wall - WORSE! WHAT
a stretch!!! It's way too much to accept!!!
No, no rhetoric was involved! I've experienced such mispronunciations
since I was a child back in the '60s!
Dale (now I'm really sufferin')
Dale E. Reddick wrote:
> Hey Glen,
> OK, you've got me lost.
> It's past midnight for me...
> Though late in the evenin', I am aware that you are exercisin' some
> form of "punnishment" upon my po' ol' unsuspectin' soul.
> So, what is it that you mean by your pun-chantial reference to things
> Long-sufferin' Dale
> Glen Todd wrote:
>>> Take my surname, for instance. It is regularly mis-pronounced in a
>>> prodigious rate! "Redrick." Rhederick." Et cetera... I've grown
>>> used to it. While not being wholly accepting of Freudian
>> Of course, my pun-chant for such things makes me wonder if some of these
>> might be Rhederick-al...
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