July 5th, 2003

Long time no ask...

And this one could be a doozy, at least for me:

Take a person who wants to work (in a charitable capacity, or as a volunteer) to resolve women's issues (domestic violence, sexual abuse, etc.) someday, and yet also likes porn and strip clubs.

Is this person a hypocrite?

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There's an angel called Duma in Neil Gaiman's "Sandman". Duma means pride in Polish, which for me fits the character perfectly. I don't know whether the author knew the meaning or just liked the way it sounds. And in Terry Pratchett's "Discworld" series a city is named "Sto Lat", which in Polish means "a hundred years"; PTerry said he didn't know that, but later owned up to modeling Schmaltzburg and fat dishes after Polish cuisine. [Hee, that fits! :>]

My point is: have you spotted similar cross-language puns in books, movies, songs...? If you did, please share.
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If I have an Excel file, what's the best way to format it so I can post it online? It's a list of my CDs ... about 250 entries, four columns each. Tab-delinated text looked really bad...

Thanks!
mmm...cowboys // xdark_secretsx

A few random questions...

do fish fart?

whenever I shave my legs, I red red bumps on my thighs. Is there anything I can do to prevent this from happening?

do you have a magic 8-ball? do you consult it regularly? (yes and yes for me ;))

does anyone else have a dog that barks/whines in its sleep?

who's your favorite Spongebob character? (I like Squidward :D)
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