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Re: Re[again]: An Old Earl...
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- Date: 1 Feb 95 13:42:00 -0500
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>Greetings to all the merry here assembled.
>I wonder if Dafydd would postulate an answer to the following paradox:
>-- It is now Recent History
>-- 2nd-generation Oldcastles won crowns after Stew but before Dafydd
>-- I am 2nd-generation Oldcastle
>-- If I win Crown, will it be the second coming of Stew?
>(make mine venison...)
I further season the pot:
Just to note, Stew is ALWAYS better served on the second day. At least,
that's the way I like mine.
Fernando's reign was called "The Spanish Imposition." If he were to (Heaven
and all Intercessors Forbid) enter again and win, would that be "The