[Sca-cooks] And more critter doings
phlip at 99main.com
Tue May 22 14:48:50 PDT 2007
I'm thinking, rather than Emporors and the like, Romans that would
have been known in their time through mythology, or stories,
preferably at least one pair of lovers, which is what I had intended
to use when I only had the pair.
Just got instructions from someone on Medieval animals about how to
sex them, caught each of them, flipped them on their backs in approved
fashion, after much searching, found their vents, inspected them
carefully, and came to the conclusion that I still don't know how to
sex geese. I now have 4 very upset geese (they were on their backs for
a while, first I had to FIND their vents), a series of very nasty
scratches on my right arm from someone's set of toenails when he, she,
or it was startled by the sounds of a nearby piece of heavy equipment
backing up, and still no clue as to how many of which I have.
One advantage to Roman names, is that at least I can change an "-a"
(Juliana) to an -us (Julianus) or vice versa, if necessary, but I'd
still like to know what I have.
And, I really didn't want to spend my time goosing the geese (at least
without some benefit to the exercise ;-)
On 5/22/07, silverr0se at aol.com <silverr0se at aol.com> wrote:
> Phlip,I love the names you come up with! I thinkpet namingsays a lot about people. Mine tend to be spices, herbs, or jewels - all except Kizmet 'cause that's how I got her.
> Did you want notorious, er, famous Roman names or just general ones? Apicius (sp?) comes to mind.
Heat it up
Hit it hard
Repent as necessary.
It's the smith who makes the tools, not the tools which make the smith.
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