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|May-20-14|| ||Alien Math: <offramp: <WCC Editing Project: <Hanh> Offer many more thanks for the valuable SEARCH TIP you just posted in the <Bistro>.>
Could someone tell me what the search tip is?>|
<Alien Math: For use of google searches, help prevent the <Did you mean: Fiori + chess> also help prevent page after page of links towards this site,
with adding allintext: then search here then after add year if able, then add -chessgames.com for example <allintext: Friori + chess -chessgames.com>>
|Dec-25-14|| ||Domdaniel: <Alien Math> Congratulations on your Santa membership, <Mathilde>!|
|Dec-25-14|| ||SwitchingQuylthulg: <Alien Math> Congratulations!|
|Dec-25-14|| ||Annie K.: Congrats, <Hanh>! :)|
|Dec-25-14|| ||Alien Math: Thanks and Merry Christmas!|
|Dec-25-14|| ||wordfunph: <Alien> Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!|
|Dec-27-14|| ||Domdaniel: <Alien Math> Your new avatar is fascinating ... why did you choose it, if I may ask?|
|Dec-27-14|| ||Alien Math: <Domdaniel> My ever curiosity provoke one to send a note how I should appear to their eyes, it was this icon :)|
|Dec-27-14|| ||Alien Math: It says "Why am I in this box?"|
|Dec-27-14|| ||Alien Math: <wordfunph> Hoped you has a Merry Christmas!|
|Dec-27-14|| ||Domdaniel: <Alien Math> Heh, Thanks. Why are any of us in the boxes that we find ourselves in?|
December 26th, the day after Christmas Day, is called 'Boxing Day' in England, but here in Ireland it is known as Saint Stephen's Day.
|Dec-27-14|| ||Alien Math: I think we are born to conform, our fathers and fathers before them finds a path that works, and the rest follows, seeking the path of least resistance,|
The day after all fathers day as I know it, a day of wonder for some, a day of horror for others for they have not pleasesed him,
many care for their elders, few find a pleasing path, knowing briars seek to thwart them, they find the path of resistance to their liking,
It is not for the faint of heart to seek a path away from history of family learnings
|Dec-27-14|| ||Alien Math: Our Thanh might be ability to converse with English, Viet, Hmong, Mandarin based communities and German,|
What she lacks is an understanding why they chose their particular phraseology,
She tries, but she is too direct in her form, unless diverting notice of events
|Dec-27-14|| ||Domdaniel: <Alien Math> Very interesting, thank you. I think it is very true that most people seek the path of least resistance and become conformists.
And even those of us who think of ourselves as non-conformists still end up conforming.|
|Dec-28-14|| ||perfidious: <Dom> There seems a definite tendency in that direction, try as one might to avoid it.|
|Dec-31-14|| ||Annie K.: Happy New Year <Hanh>! :)|
|Feb-13-15|| ||Alien Math: eu hy vong lam ha nhiet cang thang o mien dong ukraine, ceasefire withdraw heavy weapon foreign soldiers prisoner voting border control economic|
|Feb-13-15|| ||jessicafischerqueen: |
<Hanh> I can't remember it was you, or sister <Thanh> who recommended <The House (2007)> http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1070750/
I added it to my list, and I thanked you for it in the note. But maybe it was <Thanh>? I think it was you, but my memory is terrible.
|Feb-18-15|| ||Thanh Phan: Happy New Year's Eve!
And a New Year's spring wishes to all
Mùa xuân sang ta chúc nhau
Năm mới đến mong bao người
|Feb-22-15|| ||jessicafischerqueen: |
<Hanh> Offer thanks for your great update of photos and pictures for Charousek vs G V R Exner, 1896.
|Mar-16-15|| ||Alien Math: various notes: Ancient Receipt Proves Egyptian Taxes Were Worse Than Yours http://www.livescience.com/50139-an...|
A recently translated ancient Egyptian tax receipt shows a bill that is (literally) heavier than any American taxpayer will pay this year — more than 220 lbs. (100 kilograms) of coins.
Written in Greek on a piece of pottery, the receipt states that a person (the name is unreadable) and his friends paid a land-transfer tax that came to 75 "talents" (a unit of currency), with a 15-talent charge added on. The tax was paid in coins and was delivered to a public bank in a city called Diospolis Magna (also known as Luxor or Thebes).
One talent equaled 6,000 drachma, so 90 talents totaled 540,000 drachma, researchers say. For comparison, an unskilled worker at that time would have made only about 18,000 drachmaa year said Catharine Lorber, an independent scholar who has published numerous journal articleson Egyptian coins.
|Mar-16-15|| ||Alien Math: Việt Nam won 3 World Cup tickets, takes place from 7/3 to 15/3 in HCMC,|
Lê Quang Liêm, Nguyễn Ngọc Trường Sơn and Phạm Lê Thảo Nguyên
|Mar-16-15|| ||Alien Math: English language version of Vietnamese chess masters Le Quang Liem, Nguyen Ngoc Truong Son and Pham Le Thao Nguyen qualify for World Cup|
|Apr-16-15|| ||Alien Math: <"The world is so large, I want to go see.">
A resignation letter so simple, yet many thoughts and emotion appear in one line ~ http://fb.me/1yp5wLt44|
|May-10-15|| ||Alien Math: A 21 string đàn tranh ~ 中国风 《see you again》 古筝演奏：玉面小嫣然 https://youtu.be/s7cvGG6l7ac|
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