Harebrained

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5 comments on this post.
  1. Louise Hope:

    “Mares mate in the spring”

    Let me guess. You got tired, and let the cat do your proofreading.

  2. admin:

    Hares, mares, whatever. Fixed it — thanks.

  3. lowrads:

    Actually, the term originated with Thomas Wright Hare, a member of the UK parliament. He is one of the first promoters of the concept of a “transferable vote.”

  4. Chris Gardner:

    Nice try but he post-dates both spellings by more than 100 years.

  5. Martha:

    Quite frankly, I was entertained.For spellings and critiques, I little care. However, now I’m wondering if the ol’Scots might accept cair?

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