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  1. That reminds me of a story I once read. One afternoon there was a married couple physically renewing their sacred vows. Afterwards the wife went downstairs to prepare something to eat while the husband laid naked in bed, blissfully sleeping, recovering of his Homeric efforts. They had a cat. Curious and prone to hunting -like all of their ilk- he entered the bedroom and saw something twitching near the belly of the man. Naturally, he pounced. Later, the wife recalled hearing a shout of pain from her husband, a loud, outraged meeow, and some extremely colorful use of English. She also recal
  2. I expect we won't arrive at this OTH, in another, unrelated forum* this same topic surfaced today, and one of the replies contained some proof that those felines are known users of biological warfare in order to advance their nefarious purposes. See: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11007336 http://natur.cuni.cz/flegr/publ.php http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxoplasmosis *But one that uses the same InvisionBoard software. Curious.
  3. An Oc language - Catalan, the language spoken in Catalonia, on the North-Eastern corner of Spain, and as I'm a -more or less- native speaker, this is a topic on which I could make a useful contribution before scurrying back to the woodwork, and continue some learning while lurking . Guillem is a not-too-rare surname around here. In the ARTE documentary Ms. Guillem herself said she was a quarter Spanish. Guillem is also a Catalan name, equivalent to William. About the pronunciation of the "ll" bit, it's difficult for those who do not have Catalan as a mother tongue, somewhat between the "y" o
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