The Magazine's riddle: the solution

Rod Downey

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My family and I just thoyht it was funny (and
did not look much like danciong). It reminded my wife and I
of our two boys (who are now 9 and 21) who would take
any opportunity to wrestle with the other and show who is stronger etc
as boys have done since time began. Mind, watch any dance
when guys can birl with one another and they will always do this kind of
thing, maybe its like crushing the other guys hand when shaking hands.

I do find the original post on this a bit strange. Its like suggesting
that showing a scrum (with straining buttocks) is like telling people
that all rugby players are gay.

On another topic, I did find the magazine itself kind of sad this time,
almost totally dominated about things in scotland, and think I found maybe
one article interesting, one towards the end.

rod

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