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I think the hyperphilosophical signatures irritate people, subconcsiously.

"Our mind is a piece of paper,...
and our experiance(sic!) is our pen...
We begin to write at birth...
and we publish when we die..."

"The essence of the beauty of the glory of the sunset is the manifestation of the station in life that is the personification of our transformation..." (my pun)

Thanks, I'll take Namaste anytime.


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The following comments are for "Namaste vs. Signatures"
by teflon

Hello, darlyng!
Querido, vou ter que escrever em português porquê meu inglês é trash!
Então...
Obrigada pelos comentários, desculpe não ter comentado aqui antes... É muita tecnologia para mim!
Não coloquei nenhum avatar ainda, mas um dia eu consigo.
Não sei bem o que dizer, passei aqui para agradecer pelos comentários e para dizer que você é bem-vindo!
Obrigada e até logo!

( Posted by: Pagu [Member] On: September 4, 2004 )

thanks, Fairplay, Tina, PAgu.

Fairplay, you enetrtained me more than my own work. Each of your comments is a masterpiece on par with James Joyce, and its English humor more literary and palatable for non-Englishmen than the whole Monty Python thing.

Why not vary on Tina's theme, like Monaste, Stamane, Steaman (boilerman).

Pagu, talvez você deve gastar mais inglês de leitura do tempo neste local. Você começará usado a ele e aprenderá muito. Para o exemplo, você pode fazer uma pergunta simples, alguém responderá, e essa maneira que você está aprendendo.

( Posted by: teflon [Member] On: September 5, 2004 )

Lilia: the things that make you go hmm..

It's about the intellectual aftersignings and signatures many people use.

In the reply above I addressed Pagu in Portuguese.

( Posted by: Teflon [Member] On: September 6, 2004 )

lilia lilting languages
maybe we can invent a word game, like the ones they have on writingforums.com, about linguistics. Works like the game of the Word Association, except the next person has to come up with a similar-sounding, foreign sounding word ? Sowmthing like that.

On that forum members were hesitant to keep up the James Joyce Word Game I started. Could you look at it and tell me if it is really that hard?:-p

Thanks.

ZeWolf K.

( Posted by: teflon [Member] On: September 6, 2004 )





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