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I'm not a pompous English Literature professor... I do know a little bit of latin and 'sacrifice of a small lamb' would be something like "vitualamen de lectulus agna". Now if "Lmus Ti Kay Mithog Il O" is Classical Latin or Ancient Roman, which I don't speak, then I guess we would have to be asking someone who was around during those times, like Jesus. After all, we DO know that "Mary had a little lamb."
I bet if you asked a small lamb if he/she wanted to be sacrified, they would not be O.K., OK, or Okay with it-- no matter how you spelled it!
Martini On Rye
May 23, 2011, 1:01pm
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