26,000 Acres Forest Land For Sale

Reinier Ravesteijn pinky at netwurx.net
Sun Oct 19 14:50:38 EST 1997


Larry Caldwell wrote:
> 
> In article <343FEAFD.62F4 at forestmeister.com>,
> Joseph Zorzin <redoak at forestmeister.com> wrote:
> 
> > Hmmmm.... Seeing that I took lots of Latin in high school and a 5 credit
> > course on Medieval Latin in college (required of all forestry majors)
> > and seeing that I'm directly descended from both Julius Caeser and
> > Leonardo DaVinci I'll take a stab at that-
> 
> The world is full of wonders.  Which one of Julius' kids is your ancestor?
> 
> :)
> 
> > it's something like "Beware of a man with only one book"
> 
> Right on the nose.  And before the literati arrive and tell us all that
> it should actually be "Cave hominem ..." let me hasten to add that it's
> a quote from Virgil, and I sort of felt I had to allow the old fellow
> his poetic license.
> 
> It's the earliest expression I've ever found of the proposition that
> "A little knowledge is a dangerous thing."  It seemed appropriate for
> Usenet.
> 
> > Now I'll be interested in what the Texas Ranger says it really means.
> > <G>
> 
> Precaverse de un hombre con una libra?
> 
> -- Larry
> 
> Cave ab homine unius libri.

luctor et emergo

veni vidi vinci

ora et labora



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