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August 20, 2008


Jon Pastor

"It's entirely likely that the word "earl" was chosen because of it echoes "lord": liquids "r" and 'l" and unemphatic vowel. "

Not at all likely. It's absolutely CERTAIN that "Earl" refers to Earl Edwards, Gene Dixon's partner in The Dukays (Gene Dixon became Gene Chandler). Look it up.


Nice very demonstrative, It's like your teaching me what I want to learn.


very enlightening. please tackle "da doo ron ron"

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