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#4975 - 06/29/01 06:10 PM Re: animal adjectives
Goody. Let's you and him fight. That should fun to watch.
#4976 - 06/29/01 06:40 PM Re: animal adjectives
...why do you use so many little silly faces, those yellow things? do you think know one will understand you or something.
Welcome abroad, archie. 'll bet you intended to capit'lize your name... do it now... befoe it's to late...
Mav may not no this, but those 'ittle 'ellow things reelie help to clarifie.
...all others may reem me at will, peemly...
#4977 - 06/29/01 07:55 PM Re: animal adjectives
This now sounds like the Irish Culture Society Newsgroup at its best.Very cultured, refined, lofty intellectual discussions.
#4978 - 06/29/01 11:06 PM Re: animal adjectives
Loc: this too shall pass
>Let's you and him fight.
it would prolly get very one-sided in a short hurry.
#4979 - 06/30/01 09:48 AM Re: animal adjectives
So the bookmakers should make out like bandits.
by the way, archie, how is mehitabel these days?
#4980 - 06/30/01 03:05 PM Re: animal adjectives
Welcome aboard, archie. I'll bet you intended to capit'lize your name
Of course the original archie didn't capitalize anything because he couldn't hold down the shift key and the a key at the same time (being how as there was only the one of him) but that shouldn't be a problem with the modern computer keyboard.
#4981 - 06/30/01 04:35 PM Re: animal adjectives
Speaking of cockroaches, fearsome ones came up out of drains in both colleges I attended. Some of them were big as crayfish, and their legs were so rugged I was afraid to step on them with my bare feet. One of those guys would not be intimidated by the shift key. They could stand with hind legs on it and with front legs throw back carriage return lever. None of the ones I saw showed any sign of language capability, more's the pity.
#4982 - 07/01/01 06:05 PM Re: animal adjectives
Loc: lower upstate New York
What's the adjectival form of cockroach?
Incidentally, I think Sparteye is spot-on in her assessment of archie. The precedent *has been set. I can count three AWADers who have logged on again recently under different handles. And I wouldn't be surprised if there were more.
#4983 - 07/01/01 06:30 PM Re: animal adjectives
Loc: Cincinnati & Loveland, Ohio, U...
I can count three AWADers who have logged on again recently under different handles.
Call me oblivious, but who? I can only count one, unless this archie character is indeed an alter ego.
#4984 - 07/02/01 07:53 PM Re: animal adjectives
OK, *guys (and you-all know who you are) let's have a rousing chorus, after 1-2-3:
"Me, myself and I
Have just one point of view:
We all think you're wonderful,
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