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    Re: 14.10 utopic unicorn

    NO WAY! Those things are real, I tell ya!

    Well, really, I had forgotten about that one.

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    Re: 14.10 utopic unicorn

    I'm so torn. It's a ridiculous name, and "Unctuous Urchin" would have been brilliant. But I can't really argue with adding unicorns to almost anything.

    Edit: It's Utopic (and even Utopian would have worked for this) so that it's the same vowel sound as Unicorn. None of the un- words are pronounced that way. United, Universal, ... Uterine...?
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    Re: 14.10 utopic unicorn

    I just can't wait for Diabolical Dugong.

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    Re: 14.10 utopic unicorn

    Quote Originally Posted by QIII View Post
    I just can't wait for Diabolical Dugong.
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    Re: 14.10 utopic unicorn

    doesn't fit.

    utopic that is
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    Re: 14.10 utopic unicorn

    is the name official and finalized already? or could it change (hopefully it will).
    as long as the next version (15.04) is Victorious Velociraptor i can deal with it
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    Re: 14.10 utopic unicorn

    According to Mark Shuttleworth's Blog it's final see here:

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    Unhappy Re: 14.10 utopic unicorn

    Quote Originally Posted by Irihapeti View Post
    I thought the jackalope was mythical, too.
    To a degree,it is..However, the "horns" are very real indeed. Not for the squeamish!

    The virus is also a possible source of myths about the jackalope, a rabbit with the antlers of an antelope, and related cryptids such as the wolpertinger.[5][6] Stories and illustrations of horned rabbits appear in scientific treatises dating back many years, such as the Tableau encyclopédique et méthodique, from 1789.[7]
    http://www.medirabbit.com/EN/Skin_di.../Papilloma.htm

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shope_papilloma_virus
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    Re: 14.10 utopic unicorn

    Personally, I prefer Rabid Racoon.

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    Re: 14.10 utopic unicorn

    Quote Originally Posted by Linuxratty View Post
    To a degree,it is..However, the "horns" are very real indeed. Not for the squeamish!

    http://www.medirabbit.com/EN/Skin_di.../Papilloma.htm

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shope_papilloma_virus
    Those poor jackalopes looked anything but jaunty.

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