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bq at soundgardener.co.nz
Thu Aug 23 18:44:15 EDT 2007
English <-> German is quite amusing at times! Your english is much better
als meine Deutsch...but you probably mean "when" not "if" it's ready.
I found it strange that in german they don't really distinguish between if
and when (that I could tell)...which is a critical distinction in english.
One is conditional and the other is not, it's, um, temporal or
something...how the hell do you guys write computer programs?! =)
Olly introduced me to the awesome german word Weltschmerz the other
day...I've got a case of that:
Weltschmerz (from the German meaning world-pain or world-weariness) is a
term coined by the German author Jean Paul and denotes the kind of feeling
experienced by someone who understands that the physical reality can never
satisfy the demands of the mind.
> In einer eMail vom 23.08.2007 17:29:41 Westeuropäische Normalzeit schreibt
> gasw30 at hotmail.com:
> It probably meant to say 'Inefficient'.
> Please dont be unfair... If the site is ready it will be fantastic...
> me. English is not for everyone the first language. If you are able to use
> your Intellect change the beginning of the word "un-" instead "in"... You
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