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Ink Pen by Phil Dunlap for October 01, 2009

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    mrsullenbeauty  over 10 years ago

    Waving his engorged labrys often provokes that reaction.

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    onthebrink  over 10 years ago

    I don’t think it was the ear waving but the want for rabbit stew …..

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    fairportfan  over 10 years ago

    Ummm - a “labrys” is a double-headed axe…

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    Davepostmp  over 10 years ago

    Spelling? On the Internet? Dangerous concept…

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    ChukLitl Premium Member over 10 years ago

    I don’t know about an axe cozy, but he’d make a good scarf. Winter’s coming on. Now where’d I put that Cajun cookbook?

    A good sized owl was trying for rabbit in my back yard, last night. Cool.

    Could’ve been Tyre, Phoenicians were a strayful lot. Let’s see; die gloriously in battle, wake in paradise, beautiful maidens honour you with a massive feast & send you off to die gloriously in battle. Daily. How did you think those 72 stayed virgins? Them sumbiches ain’t worshiping Allah, it’s Tyr’s fault!

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    fritzoid Premium Member over 10 years ago

    In Michael Crichton’s book “Eaters of the Dead”, he posits a Moslem traveler hitching along with a group of Norsemen as they prepare for a battle (it’s basically a retelling of “Beowulf”). At one point they offer their guest some mead, and he replies “I’m sorry, but my religion forbids that I partake of spirits of grape or grain.” One of his hosts then says “Ah, but mead is made from HONEY!”

    Problem solved.

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