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    Rachael has a point, as one cannot prove that a leopard never changes his spots - one may only prove the positive (i.e., that a leopard can change his spots).

    Now the gang's all here - the Moon, the lizards and our new feline friend. I seriously doubt that a chameleon could mimic a leopard and even if he could, he wouldn't do it like the one I've illustrated here. But if an insurance company can call an anole (our lizard on the moon) a gecko, I'm hardly the worst offender of lizard misinformation.

Drawing completed - 30 MAY 2010
Drawing posted - 09 JUN 2010

20 JUNE 2001 Wednesday - 2000
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    "A what?" asked Thaddeus.

    "A Leper. Y'know, that big Kitty wif spots on 'im."

    Thaddeus laughed. "Oh, aye, a Leopard," he enunciated clearly. "An exactly what way is a Leopard a symbol o change?"

    "Well, he changes his spots, dunhe?" answered Rachael confidently.

    "No, he does not," Clare took the opportunity to point out. "In fact Leopards are famous for not changing their spots. They are a symbol of consistency and not changing."

    "'Ow would you know? 'Ave ya ever seen one?"
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