Re: sing if you're happy that way

2001-05-08 Thread Struan Donald
* at 08/05 13:04 +0100 Matthew Jones said: Wisty - next T-shirt please: use strict is gay Heh. On the back -w is jolly? surely the back should be: CHOPS struan

RE: sing if you're happy that way

2001-05-08 Thread Andrew Bowman
: sing if you're happy that way * at 08/05 13:04 +0100 Matthew Jones said: Wisty - next T-shirt please: use strict is gay Heh. On the back -w is jolly? surely the back should be: CHOPS struan

Re: sing if you're happy that way

2001-05-08 Thread Struan Donald
* at 08/05 15:18 +0100 Andrew Bowman said: Excuse me for my ignorance of this matter, however I can't figure out what 'CHOPS' means in this context (and am sure I'm not alone among London PMers, at least not on this question). According to acronymfinder.com it's Controlled Humidity

RE: sing if you're happy that way

2001-05-08 Thread Cross David - dcross
From: Andrew Bowman [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2001 3:18 PM From: Struan Donald [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: 08 May 2001 13:08 * at 08/05 13:04 +0100 Matthew Jones said: Wisty - next T-shirt please: use strict is gay Heh. On the back -w is jolly?

Re: sing if you're happy that way

2001-05-08 Thread Piers Cawley
Matthew Jones [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Wisty - next T-shirt please: use strict is gay Hey, that's perl6 compliant. -- Piers Cawley www.iterative-software.com

RE: sing if you're happy that way

2001-05-08 Thread Andrew Bowman
From: Cross David - dcross [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] It's what Chris uses to sign off his more erudite postings at the Cookwood board - either that or the even more scarey 'PISHA'! That much I'd figured out - perhaps I'm being too deep and meaningful in assuming that 'CHOPS' has some

RE: sing if you're happy that way

2001-05-08 Thread Robert Thompson
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RE: sing if you're happy that way

2001-05-08 Thread Lucy McWilliam
On Tue, 8 May 2001, Robert Thompson wrote: Chris Has Own Perl Syntax snip Hmm...message-disclaimer ratio?! L. Never argue with a biologist.

Re: sing if you're happy that way

2001-05-08 Thread Jonathan Peterson
That much I'd figured out - perhaps I'm being too deep and meaningful in assuming that 'CHOPS' has some greater meaning. That said, 'CHOPS' and 'PISHA' have all sorts of possibilities for acronymic re-interpretation, e.g.: Perhaps from the Yiddish 'Pisher'? Pisher - Male infant, a

RE: sing if you're happy that way

2001-05-08 Thread Mark Fowler
On Tue, 8 May 2001, Lucy McWilliam wrote: L. Never argue with a biologist. Why not? Not that I ever would, you understand...just wondering what the exact precedent for this is? -- mark wrote this Disclaimer: The above statement is not intended to be legally binding

Re: sing if you're happy that way

2001-05-08 Thread Robin Szemeti
On Tue, 08 May 2001, you wrote: 'PISHA' have all sorts of possibilities for acronymic re-interpretation, e.g.: Perhaps from the Yiddish 'Pisher'? Pisher - Male infant, a little squirt, a nobody thats interesting .. that kinda ties in with the Hungarian 'piszis' that means much the