Re: RARA-AVIS: Inouye and a plea

From: M Blumenthal (
Date: 02 May 2002

Richard Moore:
> <<
> I think the "evokes real-life" reasoning was behind
> the casting of an Asian-American as QUNICY's sidekick,
> as well. At the time, LA County's real-life coroner,
> Dr. Daniel Inouye, a Japanese-American, was the most
> famous forensic pathologist in the country.
> >>
> And what makes it all the more amazing is that Dr. Inouye did this with
> one arm and while serving as a U.S. Senator.

Jim and his catechism trained memory is never going to live this down, at least on Rara avis. We love you anyway Jim. You just showed you are human

> Now I have a suggestion. No, not a suggestion, I am begging here. It is
> abundantly clear that Jim loves his two word definition and no matter what
> other word is suggested Jim will say that new word is intrinsically part
> one of his two words.

Richard, I apologize for starting this anew by. At least I'm leaving in a few hours so I won't have to read it until the middle of May Mark

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