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> At 08:33 AM 10/12/96 +0000, Shea wrote:
> >Ala geal has a certain ring to it, similar to the sound cauldrons
> >make when they're jingling, but I don't think it's quite Pamela.
> and why not would that be?????
> >Ala a/lainn rolls nicely off the tongue, even after several tasting
> >sessions, but would the rest of you PLEASE not tell her what it means
> >or I'll never hear the end of it.
> LISTEN!!! If somebody DOESN'T tell me what it means, I'LL SEND SEAGULLS WITH
> THE SHOOTS TO PERCH OVER YOUR CARS!!!!
> I know you're out there, you Gaelic speakers you. I know your names. I
> know where you live (cyberly speaking).
> And if we don't get this name thing settled, we'll never have any peace,
> then, will we?
> That's a good list.
> just waiting here . . .
> (until something better comes along)
> >Sorry, guys but I am chickening out. If a big bird lets loose on my car,
the car will probably disintagrate, and there are too many seagulls in
S.W. Florida to take chances. (At the beach, we can easily distiguish
the tourists from the locals: the tourists feed the seagulls; the locals
Pamela, a/lainn (pronounced AH-lin) means beautiful or gorgeous.