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On the Internet you can chat with people who teach Esperanto in the Democratic Republic of Congo and it's normal.
You putting "quick question" in the subject has no relationship to how long it takes me to come up with an answer.
Today I expect to be indicted for the crime of double denim.
Plotting a book: THE CAT WHO KNEW IT WAS TIME TO BE FED WITHIN A HALF-HOUR OR SO MOST DAYS.
I like how "stop trying to make X happen" actually caught on, both a confirmation and refutation of the "Clueless" scene it comes from.
Just finished a no mile run! My time was 0:00.
Book from 1997: "electronic mail over the Internet." Same book 17 years later would have just used "email."
Some people are offended I have them in a Twitter list but I don't follow their accounts. BUT THE LISTS ARE ALL.
In the 1990s, I paid to see friends' bands. In the 2000s, I paid to see friends' comedy. In the 2010s, I pay to use friends' websites.
Air miles but for read-later bookmarks.
Waiting for the second wave of commenters to arrive to the lively FB convo about Obama and N-word. FB algo ready in 3 ... 2 ... 1...
The time machine had two choices: go back and kill Hitler, and go back and punch the person who invented word clouds, and for a moment...
Guthrie has quit saying most cute mispronunciations, but he now calls piles of sliced ham "slacks of ham." SLACKS. OF. HAM.
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