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'[OT] "Neat" Panels?'
1999\09\02@234733 by Tjaart van der Walt

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Dennis Plunkett wrote:
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> At 22:04 2/09/99 -0400, you wrote:
> >At 01:50 PM 8/28/1999 -0500, you wrote:
> >>What kind of polished sheet works well sandblasted?  Sounds like a
> >>very good looking see-in-the-dark control panel!  Ordinary Lexan?
> >>polyester?  how about super-tough polypropylene??
> >
> >Mine are aluminum (Aluminium for those of you who just _think_ you speak
> >English <G>)
>
> What do ya mean. I speak English, but make every attempt not to use some of
> that barstadised stuff that comes from that place with only two coast lines :)

Well, it gets you thru the nite with some color!
Aaaaaaarrrrrrrghhhhhh!

Hmmmmm. Thinking about it, Dennis, you only have *one*
coastline in Oz!

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1999\09\03@002905 by Sean H. Breheny

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Hi Tjaart!

That's telling them! <VBEG>

BTW,in all seriousness, how do you pronounce your first name, is it roughly
like the word "chart",or do you actually put some "t" into it like
"Tchart",or like "Tyart"?

Just an American trying to pronounce Afrikaans correctly <G>,

Sean


At 05:54 AM 9/3/99 +0200, you wrote:
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1999\09\03@004422 by Dennis Plunkett

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At 05:54 3/09/99 +0200, you wrote:
>Dennis Plunkett wrote:
>>
>> At 22:04 2/09/99 -0400, you wrote:
>> >At 01:50 PM 8/28/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>> >>What kind of polished sheet works well sandblasted?  Sounds like a
>> >>very good looking see-in-the-dark control panel!  Ordinary Lexan?
>> >>polyester?  how about super-tough polypropylene??
>> >
>> >Mine are aluminum (Aluminium for those of you who just _think_ you speak
>> >English <G>)
>>
>> What do ya mean. I speak English, but make every attempt not to use some of
>> that barstadised stuff that comes from that place with only two coast
lines :)
>
>Well, it gets you thru the nite with some color!
>Aaaaaaarrrrrrrghhhhhh!
>
>Hmmmmm. Thinking about it, Dennis, you only have *one*
>coastline in Oz!

??? Technically, we are surrounded by four seas, but yes we have one very
long, rugged and beautiful coastline. Ahh that's one of the reasons why I
call this place HOME


Dennis


P.S.
Just to add to you list are:-
Harbour
Optimise
Standardise
Colourise
Four
and the list goes on... I am sure that out of the 830000 odd words that
there is a few more :)




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1999\09\03@004444 by Tjaart van der Walt

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"Sean H. Breheny" wrote:
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> Hi Tjaart!
>
> That's telling them! <VBEG>
>
> BTW,in all seriousness, how do you pronounce your first name, is it roughly
> like the word "chart",or do you actually put some "t" into it like
> "Tchart",or like "Tyart"?
>
> Just an American trying to pronounce Afrikaans correctly <G>,

You pronounce it "chart". Suppliers and customers from the far east,
french, and latin countries usually have a field day with my name.
Some of the attempts are non-printable! ;) I've even considered
adopting a 'business name' (also like the eastern people) like
"Chad", or "Charles" or something.

Then again, it is a constant source of amusement ;) One guy from
Taiwan asked to speak to "short". My collegues were very amuzed (I'm 6"4).

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1999\09\03@004620 by Dennis Plunkett

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At 23:58 2/09/99 -0400, you wrote:
>Hi Tjaart!
>
>That's telling them! <VBEG>
>
>BTW,in all seriousness, how do you pronounce your first name, is it roughly
>like the word "chart",or do you actually put some "t" into it like
>"Tchart",or like "Tyart"?
>
>Just an American trying to pronounce Afrikaans correctly <G>,
>
>Sean

My guess is that it has a silent "T", and pronounced as Jarrt

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1999\09\03@012819 by Tony Nixon

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Tjaart van der Walt wrote:

> Hmmmmm. Thinking about it, Dennis, you only have *one*
> coastline in Oz!

1 1/2

Don't forget Tassie ;-)

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1999\09\03@193558 by Agnes en Henk Tobbe

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What's the big deal..... I would pronounce it Tjaart.
Henk (expat Dutch in Oz).

>"Sean H. Breheny" wrote:
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>> Hi Tjaart!
>>
>> That's telling them! <VBEG>
>>
>> BTW,in all seriousness, how do you pronounce your first name, is it
roughly
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1999\09\03@193601 by Agnes en Henk Tobbe
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1999\09\03@194423 by Dave VanHorn

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> >Some of the attempts are non-printable! ;) I've even considered
> >adopting a 'business name' (also like the eastern people) like
> >"Chad", or "Charles" or something.
> >
> >Then again, it is a constant source of amusement ;) One guy from
> >Taiwan asked to speak to "short". My collegues were very amuzed (I'm
6"4).


One fellow I met in Taiwan was: Beyond Horng

I never forgot him!

1999\09\03@194431 by Dave VanHorn

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You've got Happy 99!  It came to the list!

1999\09\05@013255 by John Maud

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Nee, boet!

You have to rrroll that "r". ;-)

John

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1999\09\05@165113 by l.allen

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Dennis wrote...
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> ??? Technically, we are surrounded by four seas, but yes we have one very
> long, rugged and beautiful coastline. Ahh that's one of the reasons why I
> call this place HOME
>
>

Its a crying shame the land is mostly a big bloody desert... with
lots of poisonous things in it.

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1999\09\26@150531 by Bruce Cannon

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Andy, you should probably not take the flame suit off as soon as you get
done saying something stupid, but leave it on until you people get finished
flaming you; that's why they call it a flame suit, get it?  I may be wasting
badwidth with that advice as Rush's listeners by definition aren't too swift
on the uptake.  I mean, they affectionately call themseleves 'dittoheads'
fer cryin out loud.  Rope-tow politics for those too busy to think for
themselves.

> That's what we call the area which is inundated by lefties,
> most of which
> seem to originate in California and spread their perversion
> from there.
>
> I believe the term originated on the Rush Limbaugh radio talk show.

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1999\09\26@225509 by Andy Kunz

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>flaming you; that's why they call it a flame suit, get it?  I may be wasting
>badwidth with that advice as Rush's listeners by definition aren't too swift
>on the uptake.  I mean, they affectionately call themseleves 'dittoheads'
>fer cryin out loud.  Rope-tow politics for those too busy to think for

Rush is entertainment.  I used to listen to it, but got tired of the
repetition.

Andy

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