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January 26, 2008

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Psychgrad

Thanks for the tag. I'll discuss it with Giz and see who gets to do it.

Sophie

Hahahaha. Nice picture. You look so cool.
:-)

Manggy

Hahaha... Stink... Oh, to be young again, heh heh.

You backpacked throughout Greece for three months with your ex-wife? Awkward!! Unless she was your then-wife, then not so much :) (obviously the idea that you can be friends with an ex is very foreign to me, especially since there's no divorce in my country!)

Jack

Psychgrad - you could always share it!

Sophie - I am pleased to see your sarcasm classes are producing fine results!

Manggy - ha ha, no, she was my wife at the time. Now, not. Thankfully. :-)

I am still friends with one ex, though. Sometimes it happens, sometimes not.

Laurie Constantino

Dear Swot, er, Jack: You asked, I answered. http://medcookingalaska.blogspot.com/2008/01/recipe-pork-and-sage-bites.html
Sadly, I am not the obedient type, so am incapable of following all the rules.
Yrs Sncrly, Laurie

Zenchef

Hey Jack! Done deal. Thanks for the tag!
Damn i wish i could do that 'guitar face' too! :-)

annechovie

Thanks for posting, Jack!

myfrenchkitchen

so, what does "swot" stand for. We have the term in SA and it is student slang for "study", like: Ok, I have to leave my beer, have to go "swot". Great to know some interesting things about you!
Ronell

Jack

Thanks, all!

Ronell - yes, "swot" means to study, and a swot is someone who studies a lot. It's usually applied with a sort of sneer to anyone who does well at school. I didn't actually swot much - I was just naturally brilliant. :-)

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