And that found me a link to a page on Answers.com.
Here is what Answers.com says about Answers.com:
Stock Symbol: ANSW. Market: Nasdaq Capital MarketBut what they don't tell you is that they seem to use keywords to generate links to additional "useful" information from their site or from their advertisers.
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So is it any wonder that I was scratching my head when I read down the page to find:
Learn MoreAnd I thought, What? I just kept looking at the questions until I realized that Nemo appeared in each one, and then my brain smacked itself and said, "Oh, Nemo. As in, Nemo iudex in sua causa."
List of Latin phrases (F–O)
Q: What type of organism do Marlin and Nemo live in in Disney's 'Finding Nemo'?
Q: In Finding Nemo what physical impairment causes Nemo's dad to worry about him?
Q: In the movie 'Finding Nemo' what was the address on the mask that Nemo found?
And I felt a little better for understanding why these things found each other on the Answers.com site. But not really.
I'm a librarian, so I can figure this stuff out. But who else might come across this same page and start to wonder if Nemo was a lawyer or a Latino or if Disney/Pixar used Homer's Odyssey as a basis for the movie, Finding Nemo.
Well, maybe nobody would, but that would be cool. Because Nemo is Latin for Nobody.