From: Matt Jensen (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 18 2001 - 09:21:04 PDT
> "Roy T. Fielding" wrote: ... It was probably
> > common before that, but I think anyone who uses the phrase now is
> > remembering it from that movie reel.
It wasn't a phrase before then. Young Herb Morrison, the Chicago radio
announcer, uttered it in horror as he grasped for words to convey the
The phrase almost makes literal sense, but not quite. Much like
Armstrong's "one great step for [a] man".
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