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Postby anders » Thu Jun 16, 2005 10:43 am

KatyBr wrote:Oh and we were so hoping you'd visit, what a disappointment, we'll miss you.

Katy

Tks for the kind words, but you'd have to at least do some weeding out of Shrubs before I can imagine going in that direction. Why don't we meet in China or India instead?
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Postby KatyBr » Thu Jun 16, 2005 10:47 am

lol China?(I thought I heard that the Kyoto gave China an extra bunch of time because well, would they ever comply anyway?) and WE have weeds? No thanks, Pick a cleaner country with toilets ok?

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wishes furiners(J/K) would start to dislike our politics so much they'd stay away.
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Postby anders » Thu Jun 16, 2005 3:04 pm

KatyBr wrote:wishes furiners(J/K) would start to dislike our politics so much they'd stay away.

Well, I do.
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Postby Spiff » Fri Jun 17, 2005 4:01 am

(J/K) ??
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Postby KatyBr » Fri Jun 17, 2005 9:30 am

J/K=just kidding

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how is the spaceman these days?
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Postby Spiff » Mon Jun 20, 2005 5:25 am

Spaced-out.

Unfortunately, my brain cells cease to function when the temperature rises above 23.7°C (it's now about 32°C in the shade here.)

(Let me spare you the trouble, that's about 75 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit respectively.)
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Postby KatyBr » Mon Jun 20, 2005 12:07 pm

Spiff wrote:(Let me spare you the trouble, that's about 75 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit respectively.)


no trouble, there are charts for those of us (me) who are math impaired, I come from a long line of mathmaticsally indifferent people, i.e. artists. (I have conversion charts on desktop icons)

We are just now getting hot weather, heat isn't my favorite temperature in meteorologically speaking. but I love summer for gardening so......

Anyway glad to see you back Spiff.

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Postby Spiff » Tue Jun 28, 2005 8:28 am

Why, thank you, Katy, it's nice to be here too.

I haven't really been away, you know. Only I usually haven't got much time to post what I'd like to post.

And maybe you miss some of my posts by only checking the ten most recent posts?
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Postby KatyBr » Tue Jun 28, 2005 10:40 am

speaking of heat it's our seventh (7th) straight day of plus 90 degree temperature, (you do the math, :wink: lol) and I'm so grateful for our air conditioner.
Oh and I miss very little. :?

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Postby Flaminius » Wed Jun 29, 2005 3:58 am

try Googling by "90 fahrenheit in celsius."

The result is here.

No math is done by me. hahaha
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Postby Garzo » Wed Jun 29, 2005 8:01 am

We Brits, of course, are so good at arithmetic and algebra that we are brought up to speak of the discipline in the plural. To us, the singular suggests that one cannot count.

Double maths, anyone?

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Postby Brazilian dude » Wed Jun 29, 2005 8:27 am

You guys are like the Spanish, then. We say matemática, they say matemáticas.

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Postby KatyBr » Wed Jun 29, 2005 11:19 am

One math is quite enough for me.
In grade school I found it difficult to add and subtract I finally quit trying and put down any answer. It wasn't until I took an Electronics course (in my twenties) that I learned the basics. At the beginning of the course they tested math and reading, The reading was way too easy but I had to take a one book accelerated math course. It was supposed to take two weeks, I whipped thru' it in a few days and discovered the (hmmmm?) Joys of Algebra. all of a sudden a subject I cried all the way thru' in High School, MADE SENSE!

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Postby tcward » Wed Jun 29, 2005 1:47 pm

Flaminius wrote:try Googling by "90 fahrenheit in celsius."

The result is here.

No math is done by me. hahaha


Wow! Google rocks!

Did you know you don't even have to type out Fahrenheit and Celsius?

88 F in C

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Postby KatyBr » Wed Jun 29, 2005 1:53 pm

cool, All I had was chienworks
he assures us he is not a dog.....I've known this guy on-line for many years

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