Re: [OT Why GB English is different] Re: Mozilla firefox en-gb
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On Wednesday 05 May 2004 20:27, Marty Landman wrote:
> At 03:15 PM 5/5/2004, William Ballard wrote:
> >On Wed, May 05, 2004 at 02:02:04PM -0500, Damon L. Chesser wrote:
> > > It is technically (mathematically speaking) "one hundred twenty five
> > > dollars".
> I beg to differ - that would, mathematically speaking - equal $2,500. :)
That's what I would have thought.
> >And thus it was considered low-class, coarse, crass -- ignorant.
> Well when you put it that way... I grew up in Brooklyn. Wanna rely on
> getting all your pizza and bagels from shops in London, man?
London? I'm from London, and the majority of Londoners are definitely *not*
high-class. Quite the opposite. Its just that the people that *work* in
London are more likely to be. And then only if they work in offices. The
pizza boys, and the bagel boys (in the few places that sell bagels - not like
the US) are definitely what you consider as coarse.
> >It wasn't a to MAY to, to MAH toe, pe CAN pe CAHN thing -- it was just
> >said to be wrong, lazy.
> I thought laziness was the programmer's prime directive.
Not just a programmers - mine too!
Lack of sig through laziness
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