Not the Next Cannibal



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TritonRider

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>From: Clovis Lark [email protected]

> Maybe so, but he's devoured the Alps. Like a great yellow bulldozer.
>
>Maybe he should be known as the Caterpillar...


I thought that those were more applicable to the Diesel Kaiser. How about
Javelina?
Bill C
 
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Laz

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How about the "Enlightened One" ?

Laz

[email protected] (TritonRider) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> >From: Clovis Lark [email protected]

>
> > Maybe so, but he's devoured the Alps. Like a great yellow bulldozer.
> >
> >Maybe he should be known as the Caterpillar...

>
> I thought that those were more applicable to the Diesel Kaiser. How about
> Javelina?
> Bill C
 
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Clovis Lark

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TritonRider <[email protected]> wrote:
>>From: Clovis Lark [email protected]


>> Maybe so, but he's devoured the Alps. Like a great yellow bulldozer.
>>
>>Maybe he should be known as the Caterpillar...


> I thought that those were more applicable to the Diesel Kaiser. How about
> Javelina?


Not Yellow. Not AMerican. No, Caterpillar sounds good. The name also
provides queries and a tiny bit of confusion when people think it's in
immature butterfly. Caterpillar, that's it.

> Bill C
 
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Howard Kveck

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In article <[email protected]>,
Clovis Lark <[email protected]> wrote:

> TritonRider <[email protected]> wrote:
> >>From: Clovis Lark [email protected]

>
> >> Maybe so, but he's devoured the Alps. Like a great yellow bulldozer.
> >>
> >>Maybe he should be known as the Caterpillar...

>
> > I thought that those were more applicable to the Diesel Kaiser. How about
> > Javelina?

>
> Not Yellow. Not AMerican. No, Caterpillar sounds good. The name also
> provides queries and a tiny bit of confusion when people think it's in
> immature butterfly. Caterpillar, that's it.


Besides, have you ever seen how much a caterpillar can eat (heh)?

--
tanx,
Howard

So far, so good, so what?

remove YOUR SHOES to reply, ok?
 
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Clovis Lark

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Howard Kveck <[email protected]> wrote:
> In article <[email protected]>,
> Clovis Lark <[email protected]> wrote:


>> TritonRider <[email protected]> wrote:
>> >>From: Clovis Lark [email protected]

>>
>> >> Maybe so, but he's devoured the Alps. Like a great yellow bulldozer.
>> >>
>> >>Maybe he should be known as the Caterpillar...

>>
>> > I thought that those were more applicable to the Diesel Kaiser. How about
>> > Javelina?

>>
>> Not Yellow. Not AMerican. No, Caterpillar sounds good. The name also
>> provides queries and a tiny bit of confusion when people think it's in
>> immature butterfly. Caterpillar, that's it.


> Besides, have you ever seen how much a caterpillar can eat (heh)?


Especially the moth variety...

> --
> tanx,
> Howard


> So far, so good, so what?


> remove YOUR SHOES to reply, ok?