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anagrams are meaningless, right?

 
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"permies com" equates to:

*  Come Mrs Pie
*  Come Mr Pies
*  Mr Me So Epic
*  Ms More Epic

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The only anagram I could think of off the top of my head was  Mr. Mojo Risin.  It's an anagram for Jim Morrison, lead singer of The Doors and it's a line from the song LA Woman.

I guess it doesn't have much to do with permaculture, although Jim is pushing up daisies these days. Ray manzarek put together a video 14 years after Jim died. Here's the link. There are plants, therefore it's permaculture.    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pDlx-ZUj9qs
 
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permies = empires

Thanks for sharing as I had not thought of anagrams for many years.  This was my Aunt's favorite game that we played on summer vacations.
 
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Semper I, short for:

Semper invicta: always invincible
Semper idem: always the same
Semper Intrepidi: always striving

Spermie: a productive male Permie?
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