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At 07:58 AM 8/02/02 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi Jeremy Bradley -
>>Wade was referring to the ostrich's habit of putting its head in the sand
>>when confronted by danger.
>Of course, the ostrich does no such thing.
>But, you understood this falsehood entirely culturally, as is the way I
>Through my behavior and the artefact of my email.
>What did I spread?
Thankx for that bit of trivia Wade. I always thought that they did. It must
be one of those non-urban myths. And what did you spread? Respect for your
boundless font of knowledge.
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