But was my grandfather born in ought-one, or ought-one, if you only know his name
and not his relationship to me?
Mike Lorrey wrote:
> I just say "oh one" or "ought one". The twenty is gonna be with us for
> another hunnert years. No point stating what ought to be assumed.
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