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December 14th, 2012, 20:17
Some important issues in history:

At the funeral of his uncle, from whom he inherited the earldom, John Eugene de Vere, 14th Earl of Oxford, received an axe brought into the church by a mounted horseman.

The vulture Phasmagyps may be the oldest non living New World vulture from North America.

Obamadon gracilis is an extinct lizard, named after an american president "in reference to the tall, straight teeth, and the manner in which he has acted as a role model of good oral hygiene for the world." According to Nicholas R. Longrich of Yale University, the creature "was probably a foot long, and with these tall, slender teeth it used to eat insects and plant matter."

OTOH Alastair Cook has scored the highest number of Test centuries for England, and is the youngest batsman to score more than 7,000 runs

pibbur who wonders what species of axe the earl got. A stratcat? This one? Or this one? (at least the latter knows his headbanging). No matter what, they probably got it from here.

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