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21st January, 2006 at 03:23:39 -

And you know what dat means?
I do i'm back and well better spelling but to get to the real point is i have been waiting since the timeline came up to see what 2005 held ans well i'm pretty disapointed that it still hasn't been updated.

 

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21st January, 2006 at 03:27:21 -

'and well better spelling'.

DEDUCT SEVEN POINTS!!!!

 
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21st January, 2006 at 03:32:48 -

sorry *and well, better spelling

 

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21st January, 2006 at 13:02:52 -

You're spelling's just as bad as ever, and you're grammar is worse Not all of us lots of free time, write the timeline yourself if you're so bothered.

 
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21st January, 2006 at 13:15:17 -

"You're spelling"

I think you both need lessons...

 
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21st January, 2006 at 17:02:11 -

ME nEEds Lessns toooo

 
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21st January, 2006 at 18:35:07 -

Hi billy, is your skanky bro coming back too?

 
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21st January, 2006 at 18:48:46 -

Why don't you just stay away from this site.

 
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21st January, 2006 at 18:49:28 -

"And you know what dat means?
I do i'm back and well better spelling but to get to the real point is i have been waiting since the timeline came up to see what 2005 held ans well i'm pretty disapointed that it still hasn't been updated."


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21st January, 2006 at 18:55:15 -

i dnt think u shud be mean to bibbybobjoe just becasue he cant spell good

 

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21st January, 2006 at 21:39:50 -

we wull b meen 2 u if u don wath out

 
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22nd January, 2006 at 00:06:31 -

You relly think that my spelling and grammer are worse then ever? Then go look for things i have said in the past and compair them to now...

 

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22nd January, 2006 at 11:14:38 -

Maybe it's better but we still can't read it.

 
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22nd January, 2006 at 17:14:59 -

Your reading sucks more than his spelling if that's the case.

 
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22nd January, 2006 at 21:46:45 -

It certainly is better billyboy. However you still have a way to go i'm afraid. You see there isn't a lot of punctuation in that sentence of yours.

You know, I get the impression some people are being a bit elitist about spelling around here, there is a big difference between someone not being able to spell and someone using txt speak or 733T speak. But why tell someone to learn to spell? It ain't going to happen overnight.

 
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22nd January, 2006 at 23:30:49 -

QUESTION: does coding or HTML need perfect spelling? mmmm...... (that's a hard one)

 
to start press any key ...... where's the ANY KEY??

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23rd January, 2006 at 00:40:52 -

but only if you're american apparently, stupid <font color="">.

 
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24th January, 2006 at 15:13:27 -

Don't forget text-align:center instead of centre.

 
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24th January, 2006 at 18:24:56 -

I wrote teat speak because I don't know leet and therefore how to spell it. (Phew... got out of that one)

 
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24th January, 2006 at 23:32:36 -

I dont like to use text speach, but i do like to remember commas... and da ever hated dot-dot-dot

 

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25th January, 2006 at 00:38:48 -

But what's the point of replacing "th" with "d"? (Ref: "dat", "da", etc.) It's weird.

 
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25th January, 2006 at 00:43:02 -

Tha doesn't make much sense either. I blame Tigerworks.

 
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25th January, 2006 at 01:20:54 -

because "D" is faster to type the th but it just became a habbit after not being here for a while. So DC i thank you for making me somewhat a better typer.<-(I think i spelled that wrong)or is it typist?

 

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25th January, 2006 at 10:39:41 -

some people dnt like it if you spell words wrong but i dnt mind it. and yes i have tried to type better than befor!!

 

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25th January, 2006 at 16:38:56 -

And what's with all the non-capital i's? I think that you should say I with a capital I, not an i!

@Alanmenot: dnt. i. befor.

 
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26th January, 2006 at 04:18:21 -

Hey, quit makin' fun of him. He's special.

 
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English is a West Germanic language which is the dominant language in the United Kingdom, the United States, many Commonwealth nations, and other former British colonies. It is also a dominant or official language in many countries formerly under British rule. English is now the third-most spoken native language worldwide (after Chinese and Hindi), with some 380 million speakers. It has lingua franca status in many parts of the world, due to the military, economic, scientific, political and cultural influence of the British Empire in the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries and that of the United States from the early 20th century to the present. Through the global influence of native English speakers in cinema, airlines, broadcasting, science, and the Internet in recent decades, English is now the most widely learned second language in the world. Many students worldwide are required to learn at least some English, and a working knowledge of English is required in many fields and occupations.

 
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A teapot is a vessel in which to brew tea leaves with hot or boiling water, either inside a tea bag or loose, in which case a tea strainer will be needed to catch the leaves when the tea is poured. Teapots usually have an opening on the top with lid where the tea and water are added, and a spout through which the tea can be poured. A small hole in the top of the lid is necessary to stop the spout dripping when poured. In modern times, a tea cosy is sometimes used to prevent the contents of the teapot from cooling too rapidly.

 
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The radix (Latin for root), also called base, is the number of various unique symbols (or digits or numerals) a positional numeral system uses to represent numbers. For example the decimal system uses 10 unique symbols viz. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 to represent various numbers and hence has radix 10. In the decimal system the highest symbol is nine (9) whose value is one less than the value of the radix of the decimal system, i.e. 10. The highest symbol of a positional numeral system usually has the value one less than the value of the radix of that numeral system (but see decimal without a zero for a counter example). The various positional numeral systems differ from one another only in the radix they use. The base itself is almost always expressed in decimal notation.

 
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An Internet forum is a facility on the World Wide Web for holding discussions, or the web application software used to provide the facility. Web-based forums, which date from around 1995, perform a similar function as the dial-up bulletin boards and Internet newsgroups that were numerous in the 1980s and 1990s. A sense of virtual community often develops around forums that have regular users. Technology, computer games, and politics are popular areas for forum themes, but there are forums for a huge number of different topics.

Internet forums are also commonly referred to as web forums, message boards, discussion boards, discussion forums, discussion groups, bulletin boards (but see also dial-up bulletin boards) fora (proper latin plural) or simply forums.

 
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Wikipedia (pronounced /ˌwikiˈpiːdi.ə/ or /ˌwɪkaɪ'pɛdi.ə/ or /ˌwɪki-/) is a multilingual Web-based free-content encyclopedia wiki cluster. Wikipedia is written collaboratively by volunteers, allowing most articles to be changed by anyone with access to a web browser. The project began on January 15, 2001, as a complement to the expert-written Nupedia and is now operated by the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation. Wikipedia has more than 3,180,000 articles, including more than 938,000 in the English-language version, and as of January 2006 it has more than 838,000 registered users. Since its inception, Wikipedia has steadily risen in popularity,[1] and its success has spawned several sister projects. There has, however, been controversy over its reliability.

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A definition is usually (but does not have to be) a statement of the essential properties of a certain thing, or a statement of equivalence between one expression and another, usually more complex expression that gives the meaning of the first. These two senses are not mutually exclusive, nor are they equivalent.

A thing being defined is called (from Latin) a definiendum; the expressions or words which define it are called a definiens.

 
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A quotation is a fragment of a human expression that has been inserted into another human expression. It is most often a written or oral fragment and in such cases it is also called a quote. This latter type of quotation is almost always taken from literature, though speech transcripts, film dialogues, and song lyrics are also common and valid sources.


 
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In morpheme-based morphology, a morpheme is the smallest language unit that carries a semantic interpretation. Morphemes are, generally, a distinctive collocation of phonemes (as the free form pin or the bound form -s of pins) having no smaller meaningful members.

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A language is a system of symbols, generally known as lexemes and the rules by which they are manipulated. The word language is also used to refer to the whole phenomenon of language, i.e., the common properties of languages. Language is commonly used for communication, though it has other uses.

Language is a natural phenomenon, and language learning is common in childhood. In their usual form, human languages use patterns of sound or gesture for the symbols in order to communicate with others through the senses. Though there are thousands of human languages, they all share a number of properties from which there are no known deviations. There is no defined line between a language and a dialect, but it is often said that a language is a dialect with an army and a navy.

Humans have also constructed other languages, including Esperanto and Klingon, programming languages, and various mathematical formalisms. These languages are not necessarily restricted to the properties shared by natural human languages.

 
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COMBO BREAKER

 
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27th January, 2006 at 00:36:24 -

And we'd almost come full circle...

 
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