nietzsche is gonna beat'cha
still. if you have to know how to pronounce french, german and spanish to talk about food and philosophy in english, you kinda wonder what's going on
DJJoge, that vocal choir, tho.
doesn't really matter, it' just makes you sound dumb... before i knew anything about spanish i thought "tortilla" rhymes with "killer"
the main point i'm getting is that i read way more than i listen or talk
velu: any kind of english! we just don't spell how we speak. i'm used to it. but it never fails to surprise me.
mirror, it's a common problem in Canada in both spelling and pronounciation due to french and english interpretation of pronounciation, and also American and British spellings...
heh-heh-heh- want to send a youtube video with a time? nice try
wholy anyhow Virgill is quite a wizard