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   RE: [xml-dev] The BBQ Proposition was Re: [xml-dev] Re: URIs, concrete

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By discovering that even if the URI says it is 'Q, one 
still has to sort out the representations to stay kosher, 
so the word still isn't the thing.  It ain't Q until 
you say it is.

So much for hypertext dispensers; I've got to go find 
a BarBQ dispenser.  All this chat made a monster hunger 
for Q.

BTW:  If you come to Huntsville, turn left out of the 
airport and go to Greenbriars.  The old one is better 
than the new one, but I won't give you directions to 
it.  It's reserved for the natives.


From: amyzing@talsever.com [mailto:amyzing@talsever.com]

(barbecue, as practiced through most of the south, is pork ribs, with a
sauce (of varying hotness and thickness) based on tomatos.  In Texas, as far
as I can tell, a rack of pigs' ribs isn't impressive enough, so they go for
cows ... roughly the same sauce.  In the coastal carolinas, the term
"barbecue" refers to shredded pork treated with a vinegar-based sauce
(sometimes called "white barbecue") and usually served as a sandwich.  Look,
folks can't even agree on what *barbecue* is, how will they ever agree on
other, less pressing issues?)


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