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Rigor Or Rigor Mortis?

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Posted by Alan on November 17, 2003 06:38:35 UTC

I was going to say my posts have much rigor (PLEASE check out my sub-atomic particle map: it rocks?) but I suddenly thought "rigor mortis":

"rigor" suggests "withstands a storm" suggests "solid as a rock": but if you HAVE to buy my post that might look like you are being JAILED by numbers which looks like death or "rigor mortis" so my post is a gift...

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