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Jun. 7th, 2007

Am on the interwebses instead of doing house work. It's much more fun.

1. kare Thank you for the text hunny. And congrats on the new buggy.
2. ms_nerd You do that thing you's was gonna do? ::looks hard::
3. bossymarmalade See you soon! *squeee!*
3. chrismm Keep taking pictures sweet pea. And see you soon!
4. kln1671 What's Twitter and what exactly does one do there?

Can anybody tell me why Canadians say XYZed and Americans say XYZee?
enquiring mindz want to know.

There's a heck of a lot of talk from politicians these days about the environment.
Here's my opinion: Amputation, meet BandAid. Good luck stemming the flow. /cynicism

Zoiks. They're sandbagging the Quay down the bottom of the hill.


And now back to your regularly scheduled programming.

I really do have to finish the house work.

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ms_nerd
Jun. 7th, 2007 06:03 pm (UTC)
I DID IT!!!!!!!!! I SWEAR!

They started sandbagging the Quay a couple of months ago - I think they're just shoring 'er up. Mr.Nerd's stuck in Terrace!! If the water gets any higher he won't be able to go across the bridge to the airport.

Gee... I'm below sealevel here at YVR. It's a good thing I'm on the second floor.
chrismm
Jun. 7th, 2007 07:04 pm (UTC)
*grins sheepishly* I have photos, I just haven't had time to upload them. And since the jazz show is tonight, I probably won't have time today, either. I'll have to catch up tomorrow night...
karri_kln1671
Jun. 7th, 2007 07:35 pm (UTC)
American's say XYZee cause a Zee is a Zee not a Zed. *pats you*

Twitter is sorta a chat, sorta a blog. You can say whatever you want like a blog, 'cept you only get 140 words per pop. Here's my Twitter account if you wannt check it out. http://twitter.com/Karri_kln1671
ozreison
Jun. 7th, 2007 08:38 pm (UTC)
From Wikipedia:

In most dialects of English, the letter is named zed /zɛd/, reflecting its derivation from the Greek zeta (see below). The American English name zee /ziː/ derives from an English late 17th-century dialectal form.

halowrites
Jun. 7th, 2007 09:38 pm (UTC)
we say zed, too :) zee just sounds....strange :)
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