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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
[From Hawaiian kahuna. Hawaiian is a Polynesian language spoken in the Hawaiian islands in the Pacific. The number of native speakers of the language has decreased to just a few hundred.]
"It's tough being yesterday's man. At a briefing introducing investors
to the new AMP boss Craig Dunn, outgoing kahuna Andrew Mohl appeared
a little left out."
I learn that ten percent of all the world's species are parasitic insects. It is hard to believe. What if you were an inventor, and you made ten percent of your inventions in such a way that they could only work by harnessing, disfiguring or totally destroying the other ninety percent? -Annie Dillard, author (b. 1945)