Gene DeWeese seems to have a flair for the visually descriptive similes; some of the "other" references come from things like "rabbit in a briar patch", "an eagle in the jaws of an angry tiger", etc. Should these still be listed, or are they too inane? Also the Style guide isn't too specific on the order of related stories, so I listed them in what I felt might be the most relevant on down. --Savar 03:49, January 18, 2011 (UTC)

I'd narrow those down to the subject nouns rather than getting into the language and composition details -- for example the eagle article could say "In the year x, so-and-so likened the thing to an eagle caught in the et cetera..." since the eagle was mentioned and that was the reference. -- Captain MKB 06:59, January 18, 2011 (UTC)
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