No, fairly sure that’s not what I meant

I love our library catalog.

9 thoughts on “No, fairly sure that’s not what I meant

  1. I read an undergraduate Art History paper once where autocorrect had made Die Fledermaus into Die Folderol. Not all that wide of the mark, really.

    Flameproofing could be very useful in certain bel canto situations.

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      1. Don Giovanni might have been grateful too, and Gunther could have saved all the mucking around with magic potions and blood-brothering and fetch Brunnhilde himself.

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        1. This is an intriguing question: incendiary properties of bel canto aside, what proportion of opera plots could be thwarted, or at the very least derailed, through well-timed application of fire retardants?

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