Cereoid refers to resembling Cereus, a tall growing columnar cactus.
It does not refer to penicillata. You are really reaching to find a
derogatory definition that doesn't exist.
Brian Watson <brian at spheroid.demon.co.uk> wrote in message
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>> "Cereoid*" <cereoid at prodigy.net> wrote in message
> news:htiG7.14138$7I7.1928644736 at newssvr17.news.prodigy.com...> > It doesn't matter if one top posts, posts to the actual statements or
> > posts. There is always some primadonna that will tell you are doing it
> > wrong!!
> > Aren't you one of those who is incapable of doing a search on the
> > Tumbling Tumbleweed? It would appear you have quite a bit to learn
> > cowpoke.
>> I wouldn't be so free with the cracks about internet users' pseudonyms, if
> were you, matey.
>> You are hardly on good ground with that (either).
>> You are aware, I presume, of the "penicillata" Cereoids and why they are
>> And don't give me any old nonsense about their heads resembling