Ola.Martinsson at ericsson.com
Tue Feb 3 14:23:23 CET 2004
I just found out that shamrock is a kind of Irish clover. Why is the
character Shamrock Bones named after this ? I can't see any Irish
connection to him.
Or is this some kind of English words play that I as a Swede fail to
Ola in still raining on the snow in Stockholm
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