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[ Fixed broken link - DCForum likes to make me do that. --G.]
Inside my head, I'm doing that wild take Roger Rabit did at the end of the Maroon Cartoon's short, Tummy Trouble.
>>>A rather interesting name, Galatea.
>>Given the name's origin you think people would know better than to use
>>it for their
>Heh. Good Point Poly. Though I'm not quite sure which Galetea this
>one will be. For some reason I keep thinking I've heard of more than
>one; I suppose the fact of Who's after her and the name of that
>company should help sort that out, but for some reason they're not
>ringing any bells...
A search on Wikipedia has been most illuminating. The original Galatea is a sea nymph in Greek mythology. The most prolific reference in Wikipedia, though, is to Fritz Lang's Metropolis.
Gryphon, you evil person you... Now I am going to be plagued by a craving of the new and upcomming adventures of DJ Croft and company. You really do like to watch us squirm, don't you? ;)
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