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  • For an explanation of how the previous comment is related to Soylent Green, see milliner to the clergy of lesser degrees.

    November 1, 2011

  • "An investigation proves conclusively that the name (Burritt) was
    of French origin. We have shown how the French names
    were introduced into Wales at the time of the revocation of
    the edict of Nantes. Baret is recorded as one of these names.
    . . . These names became hereditary in the eleventh centuries.
    At that time the manufacture of caps became a leading oc-
    cupation. The work on the Cardinal's caps, the caps of
    clergy of lesser degrees, for physicians and students required
    skilled workmen; it was a distinctive trade. A picture of
    the barrette cap was painted on the sign board and so, in
    France, the makers of these caps became to be known as
    Barrette."
    The Burritt Family in America: descendants of William Burritt of Stratford, Connecticut, 1635-1940.

    Not only am I French, but I come from a long line of skilled capmakers!

    November 1, 2011

  • People who eat frogs are the Frenchiest people in the world.
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    October 31, 2011

  • People who eat people are the luckiest people in the world.
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    October 31, 2011