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- Subject: Decimation
- From: Pat Brunsdon <peeb at pc.jaring.my>
- Date: Thu, 26 Mar 1998 09:25:31 +0800
- Organization: Asia Pacific Videolab
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Now there's a term that's evolved over the years. According to my hazy
recollection, decimation was a peculiar Roman thing, taking every tenth
able bodied man from the vanquished populace and putting him to the
sword. A great practice for keeping the locals in line.
Whatever happened to those guys anyway? And more to the point, did they
endorse CRT's or CCD's?
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