Vermont's is 100% accurate; I can only assume the same is true for everyone else cc: @wintersonata
all right, we somehow did it: we have a collection of seventy sentences each (describing and also usually spoilering) each of the seventy episodes of Agatha Christie's Poirot. They average fifty alphabetic characters apiece precisely, the sets of each sentence's initial characters and each sentence's final characters are themselves pangrammatic, and each individual word of the collection, of which there are precisely 600, is a hapax legomenon.
So many syntax and hyphenation crimes
"Four ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Cockchafer"
it's weird how much this predates my current internet life, but between 2002-~2010 this arm came out over a dozen times, usually as a result of basketball-related injuries. I threw away my slings a few years ago. Guess I'll call the orthopedist now that I'm not working a retail job where I couldn't take the time for the surgery
One of the things the youngest daughter has introduced me to since she started uni is the delightful world of Ridiculously Niche Ancient History Memes
today's word of the day today is "nutation". Today. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nutation
I used to post more pictures of squirrels; I am still very far away from what I understand you call the "Twinned Cities"
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