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Old 17th February 2013, 04:17 AM   #35231
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I've had it for weeks
What's the problem ? SAid something wrong on a technical point of view ? I'm too talkative those last time ? If it is that, you're probably right. i will take care.
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Old 17th February 2013, 04:52 AM   #35232
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Your getting a crash course in colloquial English, without the textbook and a in classroom of clowns. Your are doing quite well given the challenges. I can barely keep up and its my native tongue.

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Old 17th February 2013, 05:17 AM   #35233
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Your getting a crash course in colloquial English, without the textbook and a in classroom of clowns. Your are doing quite well given the challenges. I can barely keep up and its my native tongue.
The clown, it's me, or more exactly a 10 years old baby. That's the way i feel when i write in English. But it is nothing: you have not
heard my accent, otherwise it would be a chorus of seagulls.
I never miss any irony in my native language, and love-it, most of the time perched on the second degree.
Don't ask-me this in English, i have not yet reached the first.
Thank-you for the lesson, and Brad for allowing me to understand this nice Jefferson old song for the first time. (Well, i'm not so sure to have understood everything in it, neither :-)
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Old 17th February 2013, 05:23 AM   #35234
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What's the problem ? SAid something wrong on a technical point of view ? I'm too talkative those last time ? If it is that, you're probably right. i will take care.
No not at all, just a flippant and random reference. Not sure what Sy was alluding to.

And I would dearly love to be fluent in French ---- although I might now be married with children had I studied it in junior high.
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Old 17th February 2013, 05:42 AM   #35235
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although I might now be married with children had I studied it in junior high.
You mean American girls require love's declarations in French ?
That's explain why i was so tired, each time i was in L.A !
Now the things are a little more complicated for young french guys: They use to say "J'te kiffe trop grave" instead of "I love-you" and nobody understand.
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Old 17th February 2013, 06:13 AM   #35236
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I am just giving you a hard time...... I get along just fine with Qusp. Actually I was just saying if I could just take off and move somewhere else today if would probably be to your neighbor New Zealand. That is since I can't afford to live in Hawaii. But we have had this argument not very long ago. Some of the things talked about are just beyond what some of would deal with in equipment.

Actually that's where I live:-)
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I am just giving you a hard time...... I get along just fine with Qusp. Actually I was just saying if I could just take off and move somewhere else today if would probably be to your neighbor New Zealand. That is since I can't afford to live in Hawaii. But we have had this argument not very long ago. Some of the things talked about are just beyond what some of would deal with in equipment.

Actually that's where I live:-)
Drinking a very nice Central Otago Pinot Noir right now. A bit young (2010), but is certain to improve with cellaring. Easy on the pocketbook, 7 US at Trader Joe's locally.
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Old 17th February 2013, 06:30 AM   #35238
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Drinking a very nice Central Otago Pinot Noir right now. A bit young (2010), but is certain to improve with cellaring. Easy on the pocketbook, 7 US at Trader Joe's locally.
That is a hell of a lot cheaper than they go for here as a rule. 2010 is a decent vintage but avoid 2011 and 2012 like the plague!
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The clown, it's me, or more exactly a 10 years old baby. That's the way i feel when i write in English. But it is nothing: you have not
heard my accent, otherwise it would be a chorus of seagulls.
I never miss any irony in my native language, and love-it, most of the time perched on the second degree.
Don't ask-me this in English, i have not yet reached the first.
Thank-you for the lesson, and Brad for allowing me to understand this nice Jefferson old song for the first time. (Well, i'm not so sure to have understood everything in it, neither :-)
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Old 17th February 2013, 06:50 AM   #35240
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Robert,
I didn't even notice the flag, just went right to Australia. Sure does seem like a nice place to live where you are. I just have to suffer with California for now.
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