[SURBL-Discuss] MIT piranhas

Jeff Chan jeffc at surbl.org
Tue Jan 25 00:59:22 CET 2005


On Monday, January 24, 2005, 1:33:24 PM, Chris Santerre wrote:
>>From: Theo Van Dinter

>>On Mon, Jan 24, 2005 at 09:55:01PM +0100, Frank Ellermann wrote:
>>> > "Oh you are from 'serbil'!"
>>> > Yeah, I had no idea people said it like that. Sounds like
>>> > gerbil with an 'S'!
>>
>>I think I'm one of the people he's talking about, but "Sir 
>>Bull" ("serbil"
>>works too) is the version I've heard from pretty much everyone 
>>(at least
>>US people...)
>>
>>It's an acronym, so I guess people could spell it out, but...  
>>That takes too
>>long, and I'm lazy. ;)

> Thats what I've been doing the whole time. "S" "U" "R" "B" "L" :) 

> Which has been a mouthful. I like the "sir bull" idea. It was more of a
> culture shock I guess. ;) 

"Sir Bull" is how I pronounce it, but there's probably no right or
wrong way since we made it up.

What matters is that folks use it.  ;-)

Cheers,

Jeff C.
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