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Steve C
'Kill switch' will come to U.S. phones in 2015 - -
'Kill switch' will come to U.S. phones in 2015 -
"The "kill switch," a system for remotely disabling smartphones and wiping their data, will become standard in 2015, according to a pledge backed by most of the mobile world's major players. Apple, Google, Samsung and Microsoft, along with the five biggest cellular carriers in the United States, are among those that have signed on to a voluntary program announced Tuesday by the industry's largest trade group. All smartphones manufactured for sale in the United States after July 2015 must have the technology, according to the program from CTIA-The Wireless Association. Advocates say the feature would deter thieves from taking mobile devices by rendering phones useless while allowing people to protect personal information if their phone is lost or stolen. Its proponents include law enforcement officials concerned about the rising problem of smartphone theft." - Steve C from Bookmarklet
Swine Flu Is Jumping Into More Species Than Ever -
Swine Flu Is Jumping Into More Species Than Ever
"Remember the H1N1 flu that spread across the planet in 2009? It was the same flu strain that was predominant during this winter's flu season. Now it's turned up in sea otters living off the coast of Washington state, and researchers don't know how it got there." - Jessie from Bookmarklet
:( - Jenny H.
sad. and to make it worse some otter somewhere got molested by a pig. - Steve C
Watching last night's 30 for 30.
Without question, the most important 30 for 30 film. - Julian
Um, well... I would say the Two Escobars might be more important but of course, neither is actually a 30 for 30 film. - kendrak
Is that the soccer stampede? - Eric - Watch Me Now
The Two Escobars was so good. - Rodfather
What was last nights 30 for 30, I haven't seen a bad one yet - great series. - Steve C
Soup in a TARDIS
Oh man, look what we got for tomorrow's Doctor Who Day at MPOW!
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"You needed something built?" "Yeah. See that little blue box? Build me one just like it, but big enough for people." - Betsy
Tomorrow is going to be brilliant! - Soup in a TARDIS
Best. Workplace. EVER. - Soup in a TARDIS
Dang and i was happy we got milky way dark's in the vending machine. - Steve C
LOL, Steve. - Jenny H. from Android
Will this one also be bigger on the inside? - Uli
Why didn't anyone tell me TNT has a new series based on The Last Ship?!
The show is about a pandemic instead of a Soviet nuclear strike, of course. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
did that start already i saw commercials a long way back - Steve C
It's set to premiere in June. Just saw a promo for the first time during the Clippers/Nuggets game. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
gracias - Steve C
I had a contractor friend give me a rough estimate of what it would cost today to take care of ALL of the major projects/renovations/replacements that I have on my list. I knew it would be totally unrealistic for my budget right now, but it was actually less than I expected. So i guess this is good news?
To replace the roof, soffits, fascia and gutters, ALL of the windows (except the bay window in the kitchen dining nook which was added after initial construction and actually DOES insulate somewhat) would run about $25K. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Adding an exterior stair off of the balcony deck to the back yard adds another $2600. And the last (and lowest priority) improvement would be to add maintenance free siding over the existing redwood, which is the stuff that gave me so much grief when I did last summer's painting project. That would bring the total to $36K. So, hey ol' FF buddies... ol' pals... I'll send you some naked pics for a $5K contribution! For $10K I'll send pics of someone else! For $20K I promise not to send any! ;-P - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Seriously, I was expecting the roof alone to cost $20K. I figured the windows would cost $10K or so, but that was for just the biggest ones. He's figuring in the french doors to the balcony, and all of the smaller windows in the lower level and the bathrooms. So that's a relief, in an odd way. Maybe if I can do it in stages over 10 years or so, it might be manageable. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
I remember hearing a financial advisor on WPR telling a prospective home buyer that he should expect to spend about 10% of the purchase price annually for maintenance and needed improvements. My jaw dropped, but now that doesn't seem so extreme. I guess I/we were fortunate in our previous homes, because we never came close to that ratio. On the otherhand, I could do a lot more of the regular maintenance myself, as well as some "special" projects. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
And just to be clear, I'm kidding (KIDDING!) about donations... too many people with real and urgent needs out there. (I would sell the naked pics, however.) - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
We put a lot of money (for us) into the house when we bought it. We couldn't afford to get the yard, kitchen, or master bath done. It'll be a while. :-/ - Yvonne from FFHound!
The windows will give you immediate return on heat/air conditioning. - Janet from FFHound!
Definitely, especially in another winter like we just had! (And are still having...) That would be my highest priority except that the roof will soon reach a point where I'll either have to go with stop gap repairs year after year, or get the whole thing done right and not have to deal with it anymore. (And probably not the next one or two owners after me.) But still, shelling out $300... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Seems exceptionally reasonable what type of roofing will it be and is it a re-shingle or complete tear down to frame? We're in the same boat I do most work but am now paying for major landscaping work. - Steve C
Oh, and a wood stove in the lower level. Which will will really help keep the bedroom areas of the house warmer at night. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
I know, it does seem reasonable, Steve. The roof is warranted for 30 years, and the shingles will be the "architectural style." He'll do a complete tear down and lay down the ice water barrier around the perimeter and the "valleys"... I was considering a metal roof, which carries a 50 year warranty, but I won't be around for most of that and I'm not sure the eventual buyer would view it... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Wow in that case that is a great deal! Roof alone down to tear down and replace is at least $15K - Steve C
The guy who is providing the estimate is trying to do a lot of projects this spring, summer and fall so that he can finish purchasing a piece of property up nort' and build himself a small cabin to serve as his abode in retirement. As such he's willing to offer better than normal pricing so he can get the amount of work he wants. He knows his stuff, but I do have to watch him a bit on... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Commenting on that "10% for maintenance..." Wow. If that was true around here, we'd move into a rental, since that would be considerably more than our total annual spending on *everything.* That is, house maintenance, food, utilities, clothing, entertainment...everything. - Walt Crawford
I'm glad I'm not the only one who balked at that number, Walt. In the three houses that I've previously owned, I'd say we spent 10% - 15% of the mortgage *payment* each month (on average). Many months it was much less, but then an occasional big item would need repair or replacement. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ from Android
Steve C
I am the one who rocks: Bryan Cranston helps teen land a prom date - -
"If terrifying chemistry-teacher-turned-meth-maker Walter White of "Breaking Bad" asks you to do something, you'd better give him the answer he wants. High-school student Stefan Montana of Los Gatos, Calif., nabbed actor Bryan Cranston, who played White, after seeing him in the Broadway show "All the Way" last Thursday, and enlisted him in a little project. "Maddie, if you don't go to the prom with Stefan, then maybe your best course of action would be to tread lightly," Cranston, in Walter White character, obligingly said into a camera. A nervous Montana followed up the celebrity cautionary remark by asking, "Maddie, will you go to prom with me?"" - Steve C from Bookmarklet
"The New York Daily News reported that Montana was in New York visiting colleges and got the idea for the question while watching Cranston's play. "(Cranston) really is the nicest guy in the world," Montana told the Daily News. "It really is true. He's not really a celebrity, he's a dude. He didn't have to help me out but it was pretty amazing."" - Steve C
He's awesome - Shevonne
Many years ago, Jeff Daniels was having dinner with friends at the Common Grill in Chelsea (Michigan; his home town). He noticed two girls who were treating themselves to a nice dinner before going date-less to the prom. He told them that, after he finished doing whatever he was doing with his friends, he would drop by the prom and be their date. And he did. And he was. - Betsy
That's very cool Betsy - Steve C
holly #ravingfangirl
Apparently - JAson FLeming from Android
as if - Steve C
whatevaaaaaaaaaaar! - Shannon - GlassMistress
Good lord. - Derrick
*whoosh* - Stephen Mack
So it would appear. - (Curtis/Alan) Jackson
Steve C
Poster Mocking Kim Jong Un's Hair Vexes North Korea Embassy - NBC -
"The manager of a hair salon in a London suburb was visited by unhappy North Korean officials after using a picture of autocratic leader Kim Jong Un's distinctive style to promote discounted cuts. “They took pictures and made notes outside,” Mo Nabbach, who runs the M&M hair Academy in South Ealing, told NBC News' U.K. news partner, ITV News." - Steve C from Bookmarklet
Anyone getting Glass?
nope. - imabonehead
I have a glass with lemonade in it. Does that count? - Amit Patel
does it come with Netscape? - Steve C
Hell to the no. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Waiting for the next version. - Todd Hoff
The library has one but I haven't tried it out. - Betsy
Kevin (aka ThreadKilla)
If 3D is failing on TVs, why in the world does anyone think it will succeed on phones?
Because it has been fairly successful on handheld gaming devices? Also, much lower entry point for cost. - Jennifer Dittrich
I'm still not sure why I even need 3D on a TV or phone. Isn't that what real life is for? - Hookuh Tinypants
What's this "real life" thing you speak of Hookuh? - Steve C
I'm...I'm not sure. I mean, it's something I read about once. Or maybe I saw something on History Channel? Anyway, it sounds amazing! - Hookuh Tinypants
Wait, the History Channel has shows about things other than Nazis and aliens? - Chris Topher
Sometimes... on occasion... I may use more words than necessary to express a thought or idea. Just thought I'd give you all a heads up on that.
Are you sure about that? - Kirsten
You keep using that word, I do not think it means what you think it means - Steve C
"Heads up"? "Necessary"? "Thought"? (I do get confused on the "thought" thing. Because I get confused when I "think." Or at least when I "think" I'm "thinking" or "thought" I was "thinking"...which, truthfully, I may not have been. So I guess I just convinced myself that you meant something "thinking." ... I rest my case. (And my keister, because I'm exhausted from all of that "thinking." - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Also, Kirsten, I thought I was sure, but now I just don't know... life is like that you know. You think you're on the right track and then *boom* something comes along to set your brain on another track. Like the time back in the late 70's when I was watching the UW homecoming game. The game was close, the victory on the line, and then *boom* the cheerleaders ran past me to perform on... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
:-D - Kirsten
How it Feels to Be an Engineer in the Corporate World - CollegeHumor Video -
How it Feels to Be an Engineer in the Corporate World - CollegeHumor Video
*dead* "We need you to draw seven red lines. All of them strictly perpendicular; some with green ink and some with transparent. Can you do that?" - ronin from Bookmarklet
So True! - Steve C
you just wanna slap the bastards - Eddy63
Sarah G.
I honestly don't understand how everyone in England isn't dead of coronary artery disease by the time they are 35.
Maybe the marmite counteracts things. - sglassme
The copious amounts of alcohol thins the blood - Steve C
Figured it's the baked beans at breakfast. Flushes it all out. - Sarah G.
We have no heart. - Pete
Baked beans with ALL THE THINGS!! - Heleninstitches
Steve C
Baseball brings new tech to the plate - Fortune Tech -
Baseball brings new tech to the plate - Fortune Tech
"MLB Advanced Media, the tech outfit owned by baseball's 30 clubs, is rolling out a new tracking technology that yields insights about the entire field of play -- not just the pitch or the hit. Through a combination of cameras, radar, and proprietary software, the new system provides data on a base runner's jump and speed and the angle of his path while trying to, say, steal second base. It can also capture information on the catcher, fielders, and more." - Steve C from Bookmarklet
Steve C
Opinion: What if the government guaranteed you an income? - -
Opinion: What if the government guaranteed you an income? -
"A monthly cash payment to every American, no questions asked, would solve several of our most daunting challenges. It's called a basic income, and it's cheaper and much more effective than our current malfunctioning safety net, which costs nearly $1 trillion per year. The idea of a basic income, sometimes called a guaranteed minimum income or a negative income tax, has been discussed for decades by notable economists like Milton Friedman. In the late 1960s and 1970s, the idea had bipartisan backing before losing steam. Recently, in the face of a sputtering economy, a weak job market and rising income inequality, it has been gathering supporters at an ever-quickening pace." - Steve C from Bookmarklet
I haven't read much on the realities of this theory but it sounds like something to at least look further into. - Steve C
Steve C
'The power of music': Musicians bring concerts to bedridden man - -
'The power of music': Musicians bring concerts to bedridden man -
'The power of music': Musicians bring concerts to bedridden man -
"The 35-year-old man from Farmington, Maine, has been confined to a bed for two years, due to a medical condition stemming from spinal cord problems and nerve damage. But, thanks to a regular rotation of musicians who perform concerts at his bedside, he’s still able to enjoy one of his favorite things — live music." - Steve C from Bookmarklet
"Two popular Maine musicians have also brought their music into Stanley's home, playing concerts at the house now known as “Stanley Station." The Rustic Overtones have packed a seven-piece band into Stanley’s living room for over a year, ever since lead singer Dave Gutter met Stanley at a concert. “His friends and family pulled this mobile hospital bed right up to the front of the... more... - Steve C
"Gutter says their bedside concerts are as much for Stanley as they are for the band, which gets re-energized by playing for their hardcore fan. “It’s our 20-year anniversary, and to put some wind in our sails and keep our heads up and keep us believing in the power of music is a beautiful thing,” he said." - Steve C
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Going to bed super frustrated that I owe >$2K to the state for 2013. I have never owed more than $600! I filled something in wrong #turbosux
hopefully the error shows itself quickly - Steve C
Yeah, I don't know if the state changed their laws or whatever. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Found out what I missed so now the state owes me a bit. Same as last year so I think I did everything right. Why is it so hard man? My life isn't complicated! I've lived in this state my whole life! - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Just tell me you love me already. DAMN! Making me wait!
sorry I can't make that kind of commitment until at least the second date. - Steve C
YOU'RE OUT OF THE ZULEMA FAN CLUB! - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Z, have you seen this? :D - Tamara J. B.
You could use that for the fan club logo. - Tamara J. B.
Hahha! I've heard there was a disco artist with my name. Love it! - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Again? I already said it three times this morning. - Steven Perez
Andrew C (✔)
The A-Team sure got hired a lot for a group of mercenaries on the run from the government.
They had a good agent - Steve C
Do you know where your boss lives?
I have no boss. Mwahahahaaaa! - Jenny H. from Android
Yes. When we started the company, I worked out of their home office for 18 months. - Johnny
I do. Mwahahahaaaa! - Angelo
Level 10. - Mark Trapp
Yes ... He's my dad. - Shannon - GlassMistress
Yes, yes, yes, and yes. I have 4 bosses/jobs. - Not Me
Yes (boss), yes (dean), yes (pres). - Julie Kane from iPhone
yep - Steve C
Yes - Janet
Pretty close? I know the neighborhood, not the actual house. - Jennifer Dittrich
I only know he lives two provinces over. All I need to know. :) - Stephan Planken from iPhone
I know the bar he lives near. - Eric - Watch Me Now from iPhone
One in St. Louis, and the others in Australia. That's as close as I know. And one of the ones in Australia is originally from Chicago. - April Russo
Yup. - Jed from iPhone
Of course I do. She lives with me, after all. - Uli
Yes, and that's mainly because he lives a few doors down from another coworker whose house I've been to. I also knew where my bosses from Iowa (first one), FT Illinois library job, first grad school assistantship, and second State Farm posting lived as I was invited to their houses at some point. I knew where my high school boss lived because it was my dad :) - Katie
Yes, although it's been about a year since I was there so I doubt I could find the place. I know which street (it's like 3 blocks from my street). - Marianne
Yes. He's sleeping next to me. - Anika
in a vague "he lives in that area" kind of way, but other than that, no. - ellbeecee
I know what stop she lives off of, and I know things about her building, but not the actual address. - Meg VMeg
Yes. I've slept at her house and pooped in her toilet and worn her clothes. - Melly
Yep. - Steven Perez
Yep. I am him. - SAM
x__x melly - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Yup. I take her with me everywhere. She even sleeps with my husband. - Mary B: #TeamMonique
It was either wear her clothes or sit in her paddling pool with her husband and kids in just my underwear! - Melly
Yes. - Anne Bouey
No but it's very easy for me to find out. I just don't care to know. :P - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Not anymore. He's moved since the last time I've been to his house. - ronin
RT @1percentersshow: Huge thanks to @PaulDempsey for playing #songremainsthesame - He covered @MileyCyrus' "Wrecking Ball". WATCH HERE:
RT @1percentersshow: Huge thanks to @PaulDempsey for playing #songremainsthesame - He covered @MileyCyrus' "Wrecking Ball". WATCH HERE:
Love him so much. - Julie Kane
Seriously. This is the best thing ever - Johnny
bonus they show his hands playing guitar (free lesson) - Steve C
Some people are so proud to never eat at a McDonalds they practically beg you to supersize their ego by being wow'd.
I don’t even own a TV. - Akiva
Well I sold my tv and gave the proceeds to provide starving children a happy meal. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
I sold my TV and used the proceeds to provide the starving children a meal made from free-range chicken. - Jed
I went and bought a TV so I could watch the report about me selling my TV - Johnny from iPhone
I just want UHF knobs. - Akiva
I sold my tv so I could afford to supersize my snow blower so I could make it to town to buy a Happy Meal. - Stephan Planken from iPhone
omg, I totally forgot that McDonalds even exists! - Meg VMeg
Akiva wins for the best reference ever. "Area man constantly mentioning he doesn't own a television" - Not Me
I buy my McDonald's #1 after I check out at a Wal-Mart. Note: McD inside Wal-Mart: extra points. - Eric - Watch Me Now from iPhone
i don't generally eat McDonalds, but i loved their Quarter Pounder mit Cheese where they wrap a couple of rolls of quarters in American cheese and then pound it up your pooper. - Big Joe Silence
I stole Sarah McLachlan's dog. - Steve C
I live around the corner from a McDonalds and have friends that hang out there all day, every day, just so they can keep getting free refills on coffee all day long, while they do nothing better with their lives than loiter in a fast food restaurant, gossiping. - April Russo
I only watch Beta tapes. - Mo Kargas
Super 8. - Akiva
Oh yeah, I only watch Woody Allen films that are on Super 8. - Mo Kargas
I only eat bacon. - Jenny H. from Android
Guess I done been blocked by someone. I wonder which TMI did it this time. <sigh> Of course, the only way I happen to find out is when I do a search and their name doesn't show up, but I know they're still on FF. Such are the times I know it's getting closer to the sign-off stage. But I'll probably keep TMI'ing for a while longer, in spite of
myself. Not meaning that as a threat, though it may seem like one. Just wanted to reassure my remaining friends that I'm not jumping ship right away. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
I'm here, that's all that matters :oD - Melly
Here! - Georgia
I don't worry about whether I've offended anyone enough for them to block me. I just figure the ones that matter are the ones that stay. - ellbeecee
^this - Katy S from iPhone
I'm here. - Betsy
Thanks all.I do try to keep things in perspective, and I realize that means not everyone enjoys my eccentricities. And yes Melly, the day you block my pervy ass will be the day I *know* I need to exit FF. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Give no thought to anyone who would block you as long as you still have all of us (See above) here with you. - Friar Will
Indeed, that's the salient point, Will. I guess I'm always surprised by a block because it's more than just an "unsubscribe" so I'm always curious as to what I might have done that was SO bad/annoying/perverted or whatever. Then again, this person may have blocked me years ago and I'm just now discovering. Which makes such contemplation futile, but also raises the possibility that there... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
[Now that I've reminded people about past posts, I can just hear the blocks being clicked. It's like a dang stampede!] - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Dude. I grin most of the time when I read your posts. Go on with them, damn you. - Uli
More TMI please! - Steve C
I thought this link told you who blocked you. - Mike Nencetti
I like your TMIs and outrageous comments. I collect them to decorate my desktop. Keep them coming! :-D - April Russo
I didn't know about that feature, Mike. Interestingly, it doesn't show any one blocking me (at least not showing an action called "blocked" but it shows ME as having unsubscribed from the person in question last fall. I'm sure that I didn't do so intentionally, and that wouldn't explain why the person doesn't show up in a search of FFers. (Unless I'm wrong on that point?) It also shows... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ from Android
Why thank you, April. I feel somehow... humbled? And now the pressure is on! - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ from Android
Steve C
So on top of the surgery scar on the arm from two weeks ago I fish hooked myself with the high E string while re-stringing the guitar and then burned my hand getting the nachos out of the oven. Last night made my arm look like I fought a blender. On the weird plus side nothing actually hurts as they're all normally non contact areas.
In lieu of flowers please send cash :) - Steve C
Ow! - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Tell folks you went to an interactive Game of Thrones premiere party! - Spidra Webster
Jeez. :( Owie. - Tamara J. B.
Oh, Steve. Take care. - Anne Bouey
If anyone asks, tell them Chloe did it. - Jessie
I don't know, I think you need a kitten to help heal your pain (and clumsiness). Kitten will trip you so you can injure your other arm, allowing the current beat up arm to heal. - Janet
You need to be put inside a giant bubble. - Kristin
Steve C
The worst men's grooming trends of all time - -
The worst men's grooming trends of all time -
"Testone radium energizer When: 1910s Proof that we should take the application of new technologies slowly: People once thought strapping 20 micrograms of refined, measured radium to your balls would increase sexual energy" - Steve C from Bookmarklet
I bet the seeping blisters added to the enhancement. - Janet
Steve C
Woman guilty of murdering boyfriend with stiletto shoe - -
"A Houston woman was convicted of murder Tuesday for fatally stabbing her boyfriend with the 5 1/2 -inch stiletto heel of her shoe, hitting him at least 25 times in the face. Prosecutors said Ana Trujillo used her high heel shoe to kill 59-year-old Alf Stefan Andersson during an argument at his Houston condominium in June." - Steve C from Bookmarklet
Yikes. :((( - Tamara J. B.
Also, that sounds messy! - Tamara J. B.
And the shoe was probably ruined. - Glen Campbell
blue suede...not what Elvis expected. - Greg GuitarBuster
Hiding in plain sight: this shoe is named after a type of knife. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Police uncover daily rental racket - Taipei Times -
"Taipei police, while inspecting homes that were registered as empty, recently found illegal hostel owners renting out rooms on a daily basis to be used by prostitutes in the city’s Xinyi District (信義). According to the Daan District (大安) police precinct, the owners of what was known as the “Mango Hostel” had been found renting out an apartment, walled up and separated into two rooms, on the 12th floor of an apartment building. Police said the hostel recruited most of its guests, predominantly Chinese or foreign backpackers, through the China-based online shopping Web site Taobao." - Jessie from Bookmarklet
"Police said they marked the building for surveillance when officers “instinctively felt something fishy was going on” after observing a man and woman going into the building and leaving together a short while later, adding that the woman was wearing heavy make-up and the man looked horny." - Jessie
Man, can't even walk around looking horny these days. Although what does that even look like? - ronin from FFHound!
How does a man not look horny? - Steve C
And I thought the NYPD's "furtive movements" was vague... - Jessie
Which Language Should You Learn To Speak? -
Which Language Should You Learn To Speak?
" You got: Chinese. 祝贺您! More and more high schools are offering Mandarin these days, and as it’s the most-spoken language in the world, you’d be smart to start studying. In many ways, Mandarin Chinese is actually much easier to learn than European languages: there’s no subject/verb agreement, no plurals, no conjugations, and no tenses. Whether’s it’s business-related or just for personal enrichment, Chinese would be a worthy way to challenge yourself. You can do it!" - Jessie from Bookmarklet
Learn it, Jessie! I think you can do it! =) - Anika
Now Dominic's mad because the quiz said he should also learn Mandarin. :-P I think he was hoping to get French. - Jessie
Yeah I got Chinese too. I think the questionnaire is rigged. =p - ronin
Cheat off the Asian kid! - Steve C
Italian? - Betsy
Arabic - ellbeecee
I got Chinese as well. - Soup in a TARDIS
French. Which is good since I've already learned it. :-P - John (bird whisperer)
French. :) - Tamara J. B.
French. :-) - vicster: full-bodied
I got French... but I'm already kinda-sorta-bilingual. - Brent Schaus
Jessie speaks Chinese fluently (Spanish too!), so it seems the quiz worked out "right" for some people. Personally I suck as languages. Years of Spanish and all I can do is read the Bible and swear. - Soup in a TARDIS
"Years of Spanish and all I can do is read the Bible and swear" - TBF that's also what many Spaniards do. - Jessie
C++ - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Arabic. - Mark H
Chinese - Eric Logan
Spanish. BTW, who picks "Meet Joe Black"? That movie had the most self indulgent editing I've ever seen. - Andrew C (✔)
Eric - Watch Me Now
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