Harold Strachan's Last Word

The Lion exposed

The Lion exposed

In my university days I spent much time falling in love and surf-fishing. I was an ex-warrior, see, I could attend lectures from choice on account of the wisdom I’d gained by dropping high explosive ...

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Submitted by : Ron Mcgregor of Cape Town on 2009-09-15 11:16:47
I've said it before and I'll say it again, I just love Harold Strachan's Last Word.

I make this observation on account of the Disclaimer that Noseweek puts below EVERY article, including the bit about not bearing "any responsibility for the consequences of any actions based on the information contained therein."

I suppose, as a general disclaimer, it is suited for general articles. But, having just finished ROTFLMAO at Strachan's evaluation of Leonardo da Vinci's military and aviation devices, I must say that, while the Disclaimer is pertinent, the juxtaposition is nothing short of delicious!!!!!!

It has certainly discouraged ME from trying out any of Mr Da Vinci's ideas at home!


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