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#37107 07/31/01 12:21 AM OP
[wiping tears from eyes] Whew. That was great. Thanks, Max.
Yes, that's great! Thank you, my sweet Max!
You may imperative me all over the place...
Surely should be millstone, though, not milestone?
milestone, as on a Gantt chart, is probably carefully chosen.
As a veteran Windows ME Crashee...IMAGINE THAT! Thanks, Max!
I've heard some of those before, and loved them!
I always thought of "milestone" in that song as being some intermediate deadline set by the employer of the unfortunate composer?
LOL, I just finish reformating my computer and that's the first post i've read on this forum. :)
Hi and welcome to the board! I trust your name has no ulterior significance...
> I trust your name has no ulterior significance...
If so 'Levis' might have been more fitting...
Otherwise let me give my whole-hearted welcome
Loud, contentious arguments ... ahh, the hot chilli of life
(aside: why are there so many bleedin' spellings of 'chili', 'chile'!)
(another aside: 'chilly' and 'chilli' are almost homophone-antonyms )
by asides: why are there so many bleedin' spellings of 'chili', 'chile'!)
This puts me in mind of a song by Moxy Fruvous, a Canadian band Hi Bean! with the same sort of gift for wordplay as their countrymen, the Barenaked Ladies. In a MF song called "The Kids' Song", they intone:
My name is Gabby and I just got here from Chile,
I like Canada except that it is chilly,
I met Premier Bob Ray, and he ain't no Pinochet,
My mother makes a spicy bowl of chili!
Cheap rhymes. Always cracks me up.
#37118 08/08/01 08:29 PM OP
Cheap rhymes. Always cracks me up - says Fiberbabe
I don't think I have posted this one before, apologies if I have.
When they catch a chinchilla in Chile
They shave off its beard wile-nile
With a sharp razor blade
Just to say that they've made
A Chilean chinchilla's chin chile
> a Canadian band with the same sort of gift for wordplay as their countrymen, the Barenaked Ladies
Then I'm sure you've heard of the Canadian band called ...
The Winona Ryders
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