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Posted by Leesa on June 23, 2003 04:47:13 UTC

YOU said Lysithea was neither male nor female. In a futile attempt at humour, I took it to mean ME and not the MOON orbiting Jupiter. I WAS being silly right then.
I'm afraid you've completely misinterpreted what I meant by the statement: "Oh, by the way, I'm so happy you noticed where my name was derived from Yanniru."
I was merely thanking Yanniru for noticing where I got my name. I was talking to him. The guy. Not saying it was derived from Yanniru. There should be another comma in there I know.
Oh, and BTW, Lysithea (the moon) is named after a girl. All of Jupiter's moons are. The actual moon isn't female. But the names are.
I don't want you to not practice the "golden rule" by any means. But Lysithea (the name) is female. Just FYI.
All clear? As mud? Good.

Lysithea

p.s. I know you're a guy. Mike right? Are you also carefuluniverse?





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