Re: Why top posting is considered wrong?
- From: Neredbojias <invalid@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 01:12:49 -0700
With neither quill nor qualm, Solbu quothed:
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Neredbojias sent the following transmission through subspace:
"When thou enter a city, abide by its customs." -The Talmud
What's smuggling got to do with it?
According to the Webster online dictionarry, "Customs" have 3 meanings.
One of which is the Toll custom service at the international borders.
The Talmud and the Old Testament where that is quoted from
talks about an other meaning, which is this:
(From the Webster online dictionary)
A usage or practice common to many
or to a particular place or class or habitual with an individual
long-established practice considered as unwritten law
Are you Norwegian?
Contrary to popular belief, it is believable.
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