[CrackMonkey] quote of the day

Ben benb at netins.net
Wed Jul 19 23:12:42 PDT 2000

Monkey Master wrote:
> begin  Marco d'Itri quotation:
> >  >    A dark age is one that does not keep a historical record.  We
> >  >refer to any period of time for which we have no information as a
> >  >"dark age".
> > Maybe you do. In this part of the world, we just call them
> > "prehistory".
>         Prehistory is a sort of dark age, but dark ages are usually
> nestled snugly between an empire's collapse and a renaissance.
> They're not so much "prehistory" as "betwixthistory".

'betwixt'... now there's a word that doesn't get used enough.

Hey, give up the huk and beaujolais and gar, etc, and work 'betwixt'
into every sentence.


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