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Wednesday, September 08, 2004 Struthocamelus Septemberdecimus?
Following up on previous posts: Jobs and the economy and prescription-drug costs and the like are significant issues, but they are not paramount in this presidential race – not by a long shot.
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Scanning the Latin language site Little Rome for the answer to a query:
Would the scientific name for the head-in-sand perpetual inhabitant of the pre-9/11 world, the September 10th Ostrich, be Struthio Ante Diem IV Idus September or Struthio Septemberdecimus or perhaps Struthocamelus Septemberdecimus? The last does trip off the tongue.