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Re: [vox] Pronounce it to find hidden meaning...



On Sat, 14 Sep 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> begin ME <dugan@passwall.com> 
> > OK. So, I hear, "LUGOD" from many as "Loo God" and few as "Luh God".
> > 
> > We know a Loo is a potty, crapper, toilet. "Loo God" must be the toilet
> > god, yes?
>  
> only if you're in england, which we're not.  :)

Depends on how your define "we".  Tee hee. :-)

> > We know that lug nuts are for for tires. "Luh God" must be the Guru f the
> > speedy tire change for the racing car circuit. Right?
> > 
> > Do we pronounce the name of the group like a toilet god, or like a race
> > car tire changing guru?
>  
> it's like "linux".  you can pronounce it however you want to.

I think I will pronounce Linux, "My OS is better than your OS" so that
people will know I am talking about Linux.

> long live individuality, death to conformity!

Prisoner:(Number 6) "I am not a number, I am a free man!"

-ME



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