This desire, however, has led to some very...inteeeeeeeeeeeresting google searches.
- Survey dogs + questions: I'd be glad to answer your questions, provided they're about service dogs, not survey ones. That's a new one.
- Bottles + medieval: Thank Not Drunken Tom for that one.
- Cool sounding medieval words: I'm glad to have been of service, even though I'm not quite sure which 'cool sounding' words I've employed that were deemed google-worthy. If you really want some cool-sounding words, take up Latin, Old English, and Middle English. Or something.
- Famous cripples in history: Stand up and take a bow, Emma de Beston! And the rest of you, too!
- Medieval opinion on the disabled: Let's hope the searcher wasn't looking for modern opinions that are positively medieval. *rim shot*
- Mean domina: I believe you forgot four letters at the end: -trix.
- Crippled dog death: Oh dear....
- What is imbeciles: May I suggest moseying on over to the OED's website?
- Gird thy lions: Oh, what an awesome phrase that is!
- Cripples: Right to the point - I like that!
- Tusculan disputations middle ages: Last time I checked, Cicero wrote the TD in his middle age, yeah.
- Politically incorrect terms for disability: You're welcome!
- Begging for money + disabled people: I guess that's what I get for writing that post on disability and begging.
- Summa dog: Yes, that was the name of Aquinas' dog - Summa.
- Silence imbeciles: We're all imbeciles in one way or another, so doesn't that mean the entire world should suddenly go mute?....
- Cripple disabilities: A cripple with disabilities? If that works for you....
- History of dogs britain medieval: Chase is pretty offended that you've implied she's a very old (grand) dame. She can still chase her ball, thank you very much!
- Horse imports + zombies
Yes. You read that correctly. Apparently my blog discusses horse imports and zombies.
Therefore I offer the following letter:
Dear Sir or Madam,
I regret to inform you that this blog does not discuss horse imports and/or zombies either separately or in tandem...or in any grotesque physical combination of the two, although I suspect there may very well be some marginal images of horse zombies in a medieval manuscript somewhere.
If you do have evidence of horse zombies in the medieval period, please feel free to forward such evidence to this blog. I would be quite interested in seeing what horse zombies are and what powers were accorded to them, as I've long suspected that medieval bestiaries were incomplete.