RE: FW: England humour

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    >From: "Derek Gatherer" <>
    >Subject: RE: FW: England humour
    >Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2001 07:39:15 -0500 (EST)
    >My colleagues here at University of Florida have instrcuted me to add the
    >phrase "Go Gators" to this debate.
    >But seriously, sports are easier to contruct cultural taxonomies for, than
    >say music, because they are so rigidly codified, and there is far less
    >cultural transfer between different lineages.
    Welcome to Florida! Joe Dees and I should hold a ceremony to add you to the
    Florida contingent (over some fine English beer and gator tail?)

    Be sure to get familar with the Miami Hurricanes and the Florida State
    Seminoles. Chances are that you will be hearing about them a lot there
    around "the Swamp". Be sure to ask your colleagues about the "choke in (or
    at?) Doak" and if they are familar with "Saint Bobby" ;-)

    Seriously, the Canes, Gators, Noles triad has been a dominant force in
    college football for quite some time. Just look at the Top Ten over the

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