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Maybe it's time for everyone in England to become vegetarians.

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> > Virgils's deathbed wish was that the Aenid be burned, destroyed at any
> rate.
> > Instead it was published after his death.
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> > Shades of Emily Hale!
> 
> Burned, yes, you're spot on Rick - well done!  I claim crisis circumstances
> for my delay in responding - foot & mouth disease is enveloping both the
> country and my time at the moment, and I haven't had the opportunity to keep
> up with the list.  Augustus, in his wisdom, ordered that the poem be
> published rather than burned - perhaps the interesting question is whether
> he reached this decision by reading it himself, or getting one of his
> courtiers to read it for him, and report back...
> 
> However, you made a very good stab at finding the roots of the opening to
> the Aeneid, and I think you deserve your share of the glory.  I'm happy to
> call it an honourable tie... given the awful previous tie gags...
> 
> Steve, I may be the only person in the world ever to say this, but *please*
> don't deprive us of 'Mr Apollinax' to the tune of 'Yellow Submarine'!  Go
> on, I challenge you! :O)
> 
> Back to the crisis - at this rate, I'll speak to you all in about 6 months'
> time...
> 
> atropos
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<BR>&gt; Virgils's deathbed wish was that the Aenid be burned, destroyed at any
<BR>rate.
<BR>&gt; Instead it was published after his death.
<BR>&gt;
<BR>&gt; Shades of Emily Hale!
<BR>
<BR>Burned, yes, you're spot on Rick - well done! &nbsp;I claim crisis circumstances
<BR>for my delay in responding - foot &amp; mouth disease is enveloping both the
<BR>country and my time at the moment, and I haven't had the opportunity to keep
<BR>up with the list. &nbsp;Augustus, in his wisdom, ordered that the poem be
<BR>published rather than burned - perhaps the interesting question is whether
<BR>he reached this decision by reading it himself, or getting one of his
<BR>courtiers to read it for him, and report back...
<BR>
<BR>However, you made a very good stab at finding the roots of the opening to
<BR>the Aeneid, and I think you deserve your share of the glory. &nbsp;I'm happy to
<BR>call it an honourable tie... given the awful previous tie gags...
<BR>
<BR>Steve, I may be the only person in the world ever to say this, but *please*
<BR>don't deprive us of 'Mr Apollinax' to the tune of 'Yellow Submarine'! &nbsp;Go
<BR>on, I challenge you! :O)
<BR>
<BR>Back to the crisis - at this rate, I'll speak to you all in about 6 months'
<BR>time...
<BR>
<BR>atropos
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