Iowa also has a Montezuma. Interesting. Don't know about the street names though.
Trebuchet was a new word for me, I would have just called them catapults. You have probably taken 40 minutes or so of my life with that mention. I'll put it off until tonight though.
Yoyo, axlotls are also called Mexican salamanders so that sounds like a strong connection. Axlotls are called Oopa Loopas - yes Oompa Loompas minus the "m", though I have never been able to determine if the connection between the two is merely accidental or not.
_________________________ We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle
I didn't know that either. I didn't understand until that clip that arrows and atlatl darts need to be limber as the ability to flex at the loose of the arrow allows energy to be stored to be released during flight.
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