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July 09, 2010

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The "hella" would be 1, not 10, followed by 27 zeros, as described in the LA Times article.

Funny, I learned that Latin as "mens sana in corpore sano" -- mind, not soul. But MSICS just ain't got that sneaker-name swing, I admit.

HarveyP: Thank you! I've made the correction.

Jan: That's how I learned it, too. Maybe "MSICS" sounds too much like a British intelligence service ... or a BMW.

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