Right. Right idea, wrong king. So much for being
smart at 11pm.
--- Kemlo Rogerson
> Getting pathologists to change seems to be in the
> same league as Xerxes
> telling the tide to stop.
> Xerxes (the Great) was a Persian Emperor who
> attempted to bridge the
> Hellespont and whipped (300x) it when a storm
> destroyed his bridges; his
> second attempt to bridge the strait was successful.
> King Canute (some 1800 years later) sat on the
> beach, on his thrown, and
> tried to stop the tide. So I guess your comparison
> is historically
> inaccurate IMHO.
> Kemlo Rogerson
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