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#29589 - 05/19/01 04:46 AM  
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#29590 - 05/19/01 05:16 AM Re: Redundantly tautological pleonastic names  
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I'm not sure but Schwarzenegger sounds like one of those to me.


#29591 - 05/19/01 05:19 AM  
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#29592 - 05/19/01 04:44 PM Re: Redundantly tautological pleonastic names  
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Peter Stone?


#29593 - 05/19/01 04:45 PM Re: Redundantly tautological pleonastic names  
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...and his son Peter Stone II

(a chip of the old block)


#29594 - 05/20/01 04:48 AM Re: Redundantly tautological pleonastic names  
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Hmmmm. I thought that Schwartzenegger meant black plowman, per The Arnold.


#29595 - 05/20/01 09:25 AM Re: Top-secret meetings  
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During a top-secret meeting of the Cabal of Pooh-Bahs....

I know you are sworn not to reveal much, Max, but please tell the plebes a little of what y'all do at these meetings! And is there a secret handshake? When we get elevated, do we get secret decoder rings, and baseball [delicate cough] caps with 42 stitched on them?


#29596 - 05/20/01 09:48 AM Re: Top-secret meetings  
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Max, but please tell the plebes a little of what y'all do at these meetings! And is there a secret handshake?

Yes, is it one of those " 'Scuse the warts!" jobbies? Reveal all!



The idiot also known as Capfka ...
#29597 - 05/20/01 12:38 PM Re: Redundantly tautological pleonastic names  
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Max Quordlepleen>>>>
The idea for a thread soliciting such pleonasms was proposed, and here it is. Does anyone have any other "pleonastic" names to offer?


MaxQ, I am still not sure if I got the idea right of the word "neoplastic" so please let me know if Jasmine Flores (Jasmine is a flower and Flores is Spanish for flowers) is one of those names. Just so I get the concept right.


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#29598 - 05/20/01 03:31 PM Re: Redundantly tautological pleonastic names  
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>not sure if I got the idea right of the word "neoplastic"

oh, I think you got it all right... malaprops to you.


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