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Seeing as "carpe diem" (seize the day) is a term by the pagan poet, Horace - and other not too subtle references in the article I think someone may be pulling our leg. If not, I apologise. However..... it's not in my paddock, so to speak, so if someone knows that they are what the article says they are I will grovel accordingly. [[User:AlanE|AlanE]] 03:54, 6 April 2013 (EDT)
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Seeing as "carpe diem" (seize the day) is a term by the pagan poet, Horace - and other not too subtle references in the article I think someone may be pulling our leg. If not, I apologise. However..... it's not in my musical paddock, so to speak, so if someone knows that they are what the article says they are I will grovel accordingly. [[User:AlanE|AlanE]] 03:55, 6 April 2013 (EDT)

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Seeing as "carpe diem" (seize the day) is a term by the pagan poet, Horace - and other not too subtle references in the article I think someone may be pulling our leg. If not, I apologise. However..... it's not in my musical paddock, so to speak, so if someone knows that they are what the article says they are I will grovel accordingly. AlanE 03:55, 6 April 2013 (EDT)