Thursday, July 22, 2004

From blogforlovers
Population earthquake hits Germany
Gerard Bugge: Europe is oh so comfortable, oh so progressive, and oh so sterile.

It ages and wonders where the retirement benefits will come from. But no one seems to think it might be good to have more children. Except the immigrant and convert Muslims! [End.]

Allaaaaahu akbaaaaaar!

Today in Christian history (From Christianity Today)
July 22, 1822: Johann Gregor Mendel, the Austrian monk and botanist who discovered the basic laws of genetic inheritance, is born.

July 22, 1844: The Rev. William Archibald Spooner, English clergyman and educator, was born. He lent his name to the verbal lapses called Spoonerisms, which involve the comic reversal of consonants. Instead of "our dear old queen," he is said to have called Queen Victoria "our queer old dean."


Gerard Bugge: [Know] Any [more] good "spoonerisms"?????

Hee hee.

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