Re: Saint Denis
Date: 6 Jun 2003 07:11:48 -0700
daVvid_a_scott@email.com (DSCOTT) wrote in message news:<938C9FE15H110W296LC45WIN3030R@18.104.22.168>...
> ANON@bounce.frell.eu.org (Martin4) wrote in
> >Mrsjunecarey wrote:
> > >PS I've been wondering what does the "St" in your name stand for?
> >Denis the martyr was the first bishop of Paris (circa AD 250)
> >and is considered the patron saint of the city.
> Another reason to not like the French thank you.
> > http://www.paris.org/Kiosque/nov96/denis.html
> >Legend has it that after being decapitated, he picked up
> >his head and carried it several miles. A later wit
> >remarked, "The distance is not important; the really
> >difficult part was taking that first step ..."
> I think some French man had a little bit to much wine
> if he thought he saw that. But it does sound like something
> a frenchie would say and think is true. Not much has
> changed in a few hundred years. Except in a hundred more
> only the moslem saints will be remembered in the new islamic
What are you talking about? Yet again you show that you education is
lacking. Why don't you try explaing what you mean but your statements
above, although I would expect that this is above you limited
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