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#31051 - 06/02/01 07:05 PM Our wwh is famous!
Loc: Louisville, Kentucky
Look what is at http://www.users.bigpond.com/burnside/:
From Bill Hunt:
I have spent many very pleasant hours with your back issues, may there be many, many more. The mention of "flowing arrows" reminded me of a genealogy book I saw many years ago that said the name "Flower" was of occupational derivation, being a synonym for "arrow maker". It mentioned that archers had a grim joke of sending their foes "bouquets" referring to the brightly colored fletching resembling a colorful blossom.
Very interesting!--(words of the site mgr.)
#31052 - 06/03/01 10:37 AM Re: Our wwh is famous!
Loc: New England, USA
A-HA! Dr. Bill ... caught you sneaking off to other sites ... you can't go being brilliant elsewhere and not expect the great Pooh-Bah Jackie not find you out.
Congratulations! Now how about shining that luminous intellect a bit more on us poor benighted souls!
After all ... you were "ours" first, weren't you?
#31053 - 06/03/01 01:21 PM Re: Our wwh is famous!
Dr Bill -- you've been sneaking out on us!
Way to go.
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