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Kavanagh
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Cocidius was a warlike god in

Cocidius was a warlike god in the north of England.

Richard

Scrooge McDuck
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„The Cabbage Soup“ (fr: „La

„The Cabbage Soup“ (fr: „La Soupe aux choux“) was one of the last movies of the great old French actor, comedian, and director Louis de Funès.

The plot is, well… freaky. There‘s Claude, a farmer, his delicious soup, an extraterrestrial visitor, and an UFO, of course. ;-)

I saw many of Louis de Funès’ movies in cinema as a school kid. I still love them. A strange French humor; very funny.

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Helicon is the older European

Helicon is the older European type of Tuba (like the Sousaphone) which can be placed around the shoulders for marching bands.

It is named after a mountain in Greece which in Greek mythology is the seat of the Muses.

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The > letter >

The > letter > incriminating

The Letter - a 1940 film with Bette Davis

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0032701/

 

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Arthur ->

Arthur -> aardvark

https://pbskids.org/arthur/

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mikey
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mutineer was the word and I

mutineer was the word and I wrote criminal

the difference between a criminal and a hero when one is a mutineer is who wins the battle

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Rascal - scoundrel - as in

Rascal - scoundrel - as in Han Solo.

Processing work units with "outdated" (according to Microsoft) Ryzen 7 1700

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mikey schrieb: mutineer was

mikey wrote:

mutineer was the word and I wrote criminal

the difference between a criminal and a hero when one is a mutineer is who wins the battle

That's only the American point of view, isn't it? In ours there is only the criminal.  ;-)

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Scrooge McDuck wrote: mikey

Scrooge McDuck wrote:

mikey wrote:

mutineer was the word and I wrote criminal

the difference between a criminal and a hero when one is a mutineer is who wins the battle

That's only the American point of view, isn't it? In ours there is only the criminal.  ;-)

But if a Mutineers side wins isn't he considered part of the Militia of the new government? If he's still a criminal what's the point of being part of the overthrow?

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mikey schrieb: But if a

mikey wrote:

But if a Mutineers side wins isn't he considered part of the Militia of the new government? If he's still a criminal what's the point of being part of the overthrow?

Mutiny is against the law. Inacceptable. Mutineers are traitors, ... 'new government'?... unimaginable. On principle, that is. The European perspective on Independence movements.  ;-)

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