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My second wife while on meds was a wonderful person but she stopped taking them not long after we married.
One time she was washing dishes and in a fairly good mood and dropped a spoon, she went into hysterics, I've never seen anything like it. I finally ended up telling her I'm going to the bar when your feet hit the ground call me.
Have you ever just looked at someone and knew the wheel was turning but the hamster was dead?
Trying to understand the behavior of some people is like trying to smell the color 9.
I'll have to get to that tomorrow morning, since they require me to download with my work email. That email address doesn't work here at home for some reason, even though I do some of my best work here.
In July, I was on vacation in France, and I came across a board that said "Accès interdit" (Access forbidden) because it was close to a cliff that was collapsing. What was this translated to? To "Speechless access"[^]...
The quick red ProgramFOX jumps right over the Lazy<Dog>.
They're saying nothing, I suggest how they gone to such a bullshit
the wrong orthograph of "Voix"(voice) instead "Voie"(way) gives :
"sans voie d'accés" (no way access, dead-end way) that becomes:
"sans voix d'accés" (speechless or voiceless access)
do you see the idiocy? ("vois"-tu l'imbécilité)
"voie, voix, vois" (track, voice, see) three different meaning with exactly the same pronunciation
Unfortunately, this confirms the decay of French language by phonetically writing!