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Next time a writer used the term quixotic to describe Sarah Palin, could you just check that he did actually mean to imply that she was a romantic but impractical dreamer?Because I doubt if he did.
Oooh, have just found out who you are, es
I'm still not convinced that it needs an apostrophe at all. (Remember judges' lodgings? )
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I don't think I am - it's Janh
& yes, it was the jostling I remembered
legging it for the door, in fact ROFLOh ks, it is so nice to see you here again
Little, ks was always one of the loveliest & funniest MNers in the dim & distant (and apparently, according to cod anyway, her name is pronounced Kays - not K-S, which is how she has always sounded in my head - but I'm guessing we can call her E-S in our heads now, not Ess )
Now I wonder if we can lure SenoraP back in too, as I haven't seen her here for months & months
Oh of course it would be e's, not ess! Bugger!What are you doing these days? I think you were still working for that dentist last time we spoke. How old is your lovely boy now? (He must be 10 or 11???)
Is it Italian?
ES, I can't remember who you were (2004 vintage here but under fullmoonfiend)But as a fellow pedant, I salute you!
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