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Folks, folks, folks, listen to Ms. Grundy now, take out your notebooks, the correct spelling for state of political authority in this country as of 1999-9-1 is:
an adjective meaning: "of or pertaining to the military"
"marshall" law, or any such variant.
Aren't I a pain in the ass ?
-- Blue Himalayan (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 09, 1999
That which does not kill you makes you stonger.
-- Greybear (email@example.com), February 09, 1999.
It's a good day to die
-- Nikoli Krushev (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 09, 1999.
What's marital law got to do with the military???
-- Andy (2000EOD@prodigy.net), February 09, 1999.
From the American Heritage Dictionary Of The English Language...
[Mawort-. Name of an Italic deity who became the god of war at Rome (and also had agricultural attributes); hence also the name of the planet Mars (doubtless from its red color, the color of blood).
1. Latin Mars (stem Mart-), Mars: March, Mars, Martial, (Martian), Martin, Martlet.
2. Adjectival derivative *mart-i-kos in Latin Marcus, a praenomen: Marcia, Marcus, Mark.]
-- Kevin (email@example.com), February 09, 1999.
My wife and I have martial difficulties from time to time, we are seeing a counselor about this.
-- jackinthebox (nothere@home.?), February 09, 1999.
I like your style, Nikoli.
-- Why2K? (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 09, 1999.
Well, tell those !@#$%^& soldiers to get the heck out of your house! That'll take care of it!
Oh, you meant "marital" difficulties. Emily Latella voice: "Never mind."
Love your chicken sandwiches, by the way...
-- Mac (email@example.com), February 09, 1999.
there is a line here that, if I used it, would guarantee a flame war like none seen here since inception. Prudence and discretion require that i not use it, but, dratz, it IS funny, in a politically in- correct way. Oh well, Y'all 'll jus have to imagine it!!
-- Chuck, night driver (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 09, 1999.
Chucky - much as I respect you and admire you - if you don't post it in thirty minutes I'll miairitiailiziei you until Big Dog comes home from Lisa's fire hydrant and himalaya's in your rug!!!!
(That enough i's isn't it? Most of them are bound to be in the right place? Fix on failure - right? Ya just keep changing parts until it works!)
-- Robert A. Cook, PE (Kennesaw, GA) (email@example.com), February 09, 1999.
Come on, Chuck, pony up.
-- Greybear (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 10, 1999.
Chuck, Let's have it. We can take it. No flames.
-- Herb Johnson (Herb87@juno.com), February 10, 1999.
Sir Chuckles, you're still holding out on us......
-- Robert A. Cook, PE (Kennesaw, GA) (email@example.com), February 10, 1999.
Chuck -- if you don't let us in on it, I'll pee on your rug.
-- BigDog (BigDog@duffer.com), February 10, 1999.
And I'll scratch your eyeballs!
Say it! grrrrrrrrrrrr!!!
-- Catsy (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 10, 1999.
O.K. Chuck...you've got us all standing at attention. Cough up NOW or the 'demon of flat tires' will forever be with you!
-- c (email@example.com), February 10, 1999.
Shucks I took a couple days out to go to the Cleve Y2K Expo, a surprise wedding (something about Valentines Day and ......
the line is, maybe SHE is jealous of the attention those sailors are paying HIM.
-- Chuck, night driver (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 15, 1999.