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October 14, 2011


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It's nice of Nasa to hold a contest for schoolchildren, but I think they have a winner already: Grail seems like a great name for a spacecraft on a quest.

Link to 10 myths about language is missing (duplicates prior link to NASA contest).

Scott: Thanks--fixed now!

I'm not seeing how Kindle Fire is redundant. What do you kindle if not a fire? According to Mark Davies' COHA, "fire" is by far the most common object that follows "kindle": http://corpus.byu.edu/coha/?c=coha&q=12341198

TeeniQpheenies: Itty Bitty Fruity Qpheevrs!

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