Talk:Cactus forests

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What is "Rishbard Nonce" intended to be--a holiday of some sort? If it's a specific date, it'd be helpful if you provided us with a direct mapping into EC of some sort, but if it's a holiday then it's fine; it'll be nice for someone to define later on. --[[User:Sbp|Sean B. Palmer]] 10:16, 25 Sep 2004 (EDT)
 
What is "Rishbard Nonce" intended to be--a holiday of some sort? If it's a specific date, it'd be helpful if you provided us with a direct mapping into EC of some sort, but if it's a holiday then it's fine; it'll be nice for someone to define later on. --[[User:Sbp|Sean B. Palmer]] 10:16, 25 Sep 2004 (EDT)
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Good point. I meant it as a date using that calendar I mentioned in the [[Bursine Calendar]] entry. Nonce would be a day of the month, i.e. Ides, and is an exceedingly pointless pun. Rishbard just sounds odd. I just threw it out; you may have fun with it if you like, or I'll switch it around. --[[User:Prothall|Prothall]] 23:06, 25 Sep 2004 (EDT)

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IMHO this should be either "Cactus-forests" or "Cactus forests"; either would be better English. --Jcowan 16:45, 23 Sep 2004 (EDT)

What is "Rishbard Nonce" intended to be--a holiday of some sort? If it's a specific date, it'd be helpful if you provided us with a direct mapping into EC of some sort, but if it's a holiday then it's fine; it'll be nice for someone to define later on. --Sean B. Palmer 10:16, 25 Sep 2004 (EDT)

Good point. I meant it as a date using that calendar I mentioned in the Bursine Calendar entry. Nonce would be a day of the month, i.e. Ides, and is an exceedingly pointless pun. Rishbard just sounds odd. I just threw it out; you may have fun with it if you like, or I'll switch it around. --Prothall 23:06, 25 Sep 2004 (EDT)

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