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#741
just me - 12 Dec 2006 // 07:58:17

Oh Bulerican.
You're probably just joking, but don't you think that's really tacky to note /0's spelling and grammar errors after he's been banned and cannot respond? You lost a couple of points for that, dude. He's a decent guy. Remember that you are, too.
jm

#742
just me - 8 Dec 2006 // 22:42:26

Hi snafu,
"up" was in the title originally, but they quickly changed it once I mentioned it. I have just been revived from my early demise from laughter as well!
jm

#743
just me - 8 Dec 2006 // 16:10:43

Don't you think it would be better if they just waited 'til the dead of January to open it, rather than risking glitches during the peak holiday season? What are they thinking?

#744
just me - 8 Dec 2006 // 16:06:10

Bulgarian Students Throw up!!!???
I think you should remove "up" from the title. Throwing up happens AFTER the party. You a throw a party, but to "throw up" means to vomit.
:)

#745
just me - 8 Dec 2006 // 15:55:18

Anywhere within 4 foot of Hairydave?
yeeeeehaaaaawwwwwww!!! Guaranteed!

#746
just me - 8 Dec 2006 // 05:23:59

Bill,
But regarding "the Cool Factor..."

I would really like to hear the opinions of others on the forum, too. What's cool? Where's cool? Is there a place in this world that you thought of as absolutely impeccably COOL? Sofia has places I think of as COOL. London has a few... Anyone?

jm

#747
just me - 8 Dec 2006 // 05:14:12

Bill,
Yes, that's true. Once you live somewhere for awhile or you've visited a place a certain number of times it does lose its "Cool Factor." And if you'd spent your formative years behind the Iron Curtain like mo did, you'd have some different assumptions than you or I did going in. Putting that aside, I think you'd find, as I have, that Bulgaria retains its "Cool Factor" longer than most places, mainly because it is so different from Western Europe or the Americas.

Sorry, but I can't help but insert this note since I have your attention.

I really wish that you'd stop this "I wouldn't slam DA (or whomever) if she hadn't slammed me first" attitude. I wish she would end that attitude, too. YOU'RE BOTH AT FAULT AND NEITHER IS RIGHT! To be quite honest, I like both of you very much, but I do like each of you better when you're not at the other's throat. I like debate, but I do not like what you two have sunk to. (am not, are too, you're stupid, no you are...)

I think that was a pretty neutral way to say it, don't you? PLEASE stop it, because it's the stuff that disaster is made of. You're driving others away. (You're means "y'all are" or maybe even "all a y'all are" in Texan English. We have some very nice additional forms of inclusive pronouns down here... )

Best regards,
jm

Please try. I'm really tired of watching this; and my one of my real pals already has been banned. It's true.
jm

#748
just me - 8 Dec 2006 // 01:34:44

I forgot to say, long and curvy with no bathrooms!

#749
just me - 8 Dec 2006 // 01:32:45

Yes, mo.
I can sympathize. Peeing off the side of the road is a SIN here, but the road to Hana is LONG and curvy!

I think you and your family owe yourselves a week of jet lag just to get your BG fix. It changes everything! Kids are quite resilient; and to the rest of us- it just doesn't matter!

I can't wait to go back this summer. Come with me and mini.
jm :)

#750
just me - 8 Dec 2006 // 00:25:09

Hi CINDARELLA!
It's good to "see" you again! Long time,
jm

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