나의 고추는 뜨겁다!

Tuesday, 12 December 2006

I told you we’d be back with utf-8. I didn’t tell you—but you should have guessed—my juvenile humor knows no borders.

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One more for posterity before I forget.

Quanti anni hai, babmina? Dieci? Anch’io.

Now if the stupid Googlebot would just learn how to read application/xhtml+xml we’d really be in business.

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anne

Re: 나의 고추는 뜨겁다!

..it frightens me the way you throw the word stupid around all the time , / ... i still wonder if you can see your own weaknesses, we all excel in different areas, i'd never call anyone stupid ,

By anne on 12 December 2006 · 10:40
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Ashley

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  1. Obviously not frightened enough.
  2. It’s all fun and games until someone gets an eye put out.
  3. I apologize. I finally looked up the word “stupid” and I was embarrassed to find it is not actually a contraction of “stupendous.” I had always believed it was a compliment.
  4. One of my weaknesses is being kind to people I’ve just met when I should be blunt. I get around to being blunt given enough cage rattling so it all works out eventually.
  5. Helen Parr: Everyone’s special, Dash. ¶ Dash: Which is another way of saying no one is.

By Ashley on 13 December 2006 · 01:48
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Jen

Re: 나의 고추는 뜨겁다!

Come on, Anne, give Ashley a break. He didn't even call a person stupid... but a computer program. If you take "stupid" to mean "lacking in intelligence," then I think you could call just about any computer program stupid. And I often find myself doing just that. The google web crawler lacks the intelligence to interpret unicode characters (or whatever Ashley said), so "stupid" works.

By Jen on 13 December 2006 · 13:30
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anne

Re: 나의 고추는 뜨겁다!

.. you frightened me enough, / i didn't say that everyone was special, ..or that anyone was special,

By anne on 13 December 2006 · 05:36
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anne

Re: 나의 고추는 뜨겁다!

... ashley , how do you really know.... quote- that a fish doesn't know when it's pissing , .... you are showing the limits of your mind big time ....,

By anne on 13 December 2006 · 08:05
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anne

Re: 나의 고추는 뜨겁다!

hello jen, .... i know mister pond very well, and i was referring to the many times that he has used the word , / oh, so the program just dropped out of the sky did it , wow, /are you also looking at the response i received this morning and you are feeling sorry for him ??? , are you a groupie, /i know my limits , my only language is a very pidgin english, with too much brevity, his java this and that , etc., i can't speak to, ...but it does frighten me the way that people in that line of work seem to take advantage of others , i've always done very well with my art work,.. and my knowledge is extreme in that area, but we can't all do everything ,/ his writing would be better if he acknowledged his limits, by not always playng the king on the hill...

By anne on 13 December 2006 · 15:50
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Ashley

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By Ashley on 13 December 2006 · 16:25
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anne

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yes i remember you talking about that one , .. i'm not cindy la.., ..you are truely frightening ... , don't wait up for that peace prize ...

By anne on 13 December 2006 · 16:37
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Ashley

Re: 나의 고추는 뜨겁다!

바보.

By Ashley on 13 December 2006 · 18:39
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anne

Re: 나의 고추는 뜨겁다!

..you might as well be talking behind my back ... i can't learn another language , i'm not brilliant like you , ... goodbye ashley ..

By anne on 13 December 2006 · 20:17
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