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Ooooops! That would give a whole new meaning to Debussy's beautiful symphonic work of art. I think I'll request "La Mer" by Debussy next monday.Originally posted by Angie:
If the tick business happened to me, I'd be more likely to say, "Merde!"Originally posted by Serenity:
[qb] MADE IN FRANCE!
Of course, if Debussy had written the piece after an oil spill...Originally posted by Serenity:
Ooooops! That would give a whole new meaning to Debussy's beautiful symphonic work of art.
He was living here at the time he wrote the book. I think the mosquitos carried him off. No, on second thoughts it would have been the sandflies at Milford Sound or Stewart Island or pretty well anywhere else down that end of the country.Originally posted by DavidS:
Citizens of Erewhon, the land featuring in the satirical novel of that name by Samuel Butler attacking the ecclesiatical institutions and moral hypocrisy of Victorian England.
Erewhon, an anagram of "nowhere", is an unknown civilisation on the far side of a range of uncharted mountains in a remote colony of the British Empire, obviously modelled on New Zealand...
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