On Wed, 24 Jul 2002 00:42, Tony Karavidas wrote:
> Well the French do have to be different, now don't they? ;)
>
> I spent my last vacation in France, right through Sept 11, so do go
> thinking I'm French-bashing. They were very kind during that mess.
>
> Tony
Tony,

The French are the same as every other race, there are good ones and bad ones, 
the bad ones get the attention and give the rest a bad name, most of the 
French ppl I know are kind.

Regards,

Kat.

> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Katinka Mills [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> > Sent: Tuesday, July 23, 2002 8:47 AM
> > To: Protel EDA Forum
> > Subject: Re: [PEDA] Speaking of Protel Bugs.
> >
> > On Tue, 23 Jul 2002 22:23, Bagotronix Tech Support wrote:
> > > > Is this what happens when you write software applications "down
> > > > under"
> > >
> > > when
> > >
> > > > everyone at Microsoft in Belview Washington is at home in bed
> >
> > and cannot
> >
> > > > answer your technical questions about the software?
> >
> > <el snippo>
> >
> > > <rant on>
> > > I also don't like the way dates are written in other parts of
> >
> > the world.
> >
> > > I frequently see dates written as YY/MM/DD (Canadian) and as DD/MM/YY
> > > (British).  Why can't we all agree on MM/DD/YY as THE one true correct
> > > standard?  When you use dates in a spoken sentence, you say "July 23,
> > > 2002". So why not write it that way numerically?
> > > <rant off>
> >
> > Lol Maybe because some contries actually teach the date that way
> > and in the AU
> > legal system it is written something like this "On this 23rd day of July
> > 2002" or even " On this Twenty Third day of July Two Thousand and Two"
> >
> > But I do not mind which way it is stored as long as the user can
> > change it, to
> > suit the local culture, the canadian way I believe is based on
> > French where
> > they say the year then the month then the day.
> >
> > > Now, if we could just get everybody to drop that metric and 220V 50Hz
> > > crap...   ;-)
> >
> > I think we should adopt a higher voltage system so we can use a thinner
> > conductor ;o) and frequency should be in the khz so we can be
> > driven insane
> > by transfoemer hum (hmm if it was high enough it would be more
> > like singing
> > ;o)
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Kat.
> >
> >
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