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On Tue, 15 Apr 2003 13:20:02 -0400, John Posada wrote:
> >Ahem. I am not talking about sex, but rather the
> >meaning of the term "bang".
> Bang because it was an explosion. Would you rather it
> was called "The Big
> KaBoom"? That's it. Everyone in the world has accepted
> the term "The Big
> Bang". Don't we have other things worthy of time?
> I mean, really....
Yeah, we all know why it's called "bang" -- because it
was an explosion. The other meaning of "bang" is
inappropriate to use.
Get it. If not, never mind. <g>
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