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#19234 - 02/23/01 10:52 AM Re: the pale
Loc: Northamptonshire, England
Very unlike the ANZAC, for example-- which was shown as one of the challanges in the Olympic Marathon race.
The idiot also known as Capfka ...
#19235 - 02/23/01 01:03 PM Re: the pale
ery unlike the ANZAC, for example-- which was shown as one of the challanges in the Olympic Marathon race. ?????!!!!????
My initial reaction was exactly the same CapK, but on reading your post, I was shamed by the realisation that our helen's recall of Sydney georgraphy was so much better than mine own. I seem to recall a dedication of an ANZAC bridge in Sydney a little while back, and suspect that is what helen was referring to.
#19236 - 02/23/01 01:39 PM Re: ANJACs
Loc: New England, USA
Memories of WWII (The Late, Great Misunderstanding):
The troops from Australia and New Zealand were commonly known as ANJACs ..Does it stand for Australian and New Zealand Army Corp ... or what? The AC bit mystifies me.
#19237 - 02/23/01 01:39 PM Re: the pale
Loc: rego park
Oh yes-- i didn't watch all of the olympics-- but i felt for the mathoners as they ran up the up ramp approach to the the ANZAC bridge--No shade, far into the race, and a big hill to run up! The commentator explaned the meaning of ANZAC-- it was the first time i heard the word--
and my post was a bit hasty-- as the head honco (title is Regional Adminstrator- top post in the office-- one of top 10 in country for this organization!) called me to office for personal tutorial on some software--_________________________
my other obsession
#19238 - 02/23/01 02:07 PM Re: the pale
as the head honco…called me to office for personal tutorial on some software
Now, you know, Helen dear, that when you throw a comment like that into this here forum you have to expect a little woo-wooing and definitely a lot of nudge-nudge wink-winking
#19239 - 02/23/01 02:35 PM Re: accepting the challenge
Sparteye stoops (and stoops low) to pick up the gauntlet thrown down by BelM:
"...for personal tutorial on some software--"
I'll bet that by the time you were done "tutoring" him, it was hardware! No more floppies for that administrator!
#19240 - 02/23/01 02:57 PM Re:
Loc: New England, USA
Jackie ! Jackie ?
The children are at it again.
Hurry! Hurry! Or you'll lose a chance to join the fun.
#19241 - 02/23/01 02:59 PM Re: Anonymous
omG i didn't understand that post, until i saw WOW's.... sheesh......
ya bunch o' pervs!
#19242 - 02/23/01 03:46 PM Re:
Like tutoring his tutee to toot.Perish the thought.
#19243 - 02/23/01 04:27 PM Re: ANJACs
Does it stand for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps
Sure does - you've just earned yourself an ANZAC biscuit for that one.
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