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Tuesday, April 19, 2005
In Googling for the combination "drugstore cigarette", I just learned by complete coincidence that those are both the names of types of beetles.
I knew about God's "inordinate fondness for beetles"; I didn't know that every noun in the dictionary is also a beetle name.
(Second-level Google discovery: the likely-seeming pun "An Inordinate Fondness for Beatles" yields only 17 hits. And now, 18.)