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Saturday, June 26, 2004

 
Some Advice on Choosing the Correct Word

I advise Mr. Lams to carefully distinguish between the noun and the verb
which are both derived from the Middle French word aviser.

"Advise on being a Father... from Men's Health magazine"



Thursday, June 24, 2004
 
It's even a problem for the ringmaster.

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Wednesday, June 23, 2004
 
No, but we ought to be careful with homonyms.

This is the first appearance of "Once upon a midnight dreary...".

"We don't have too imagine"



 
Thus sprach SPAK.

So far, this is it.

"I don't know what i think about this whole only journal...everyone reading up
on your business, but hey, everythings is worth a try."



Sunday, June 20, 2004
 
Someone is confused about something.

Perhaps Sal Ravilla can clarify the following sentence.

"But let's confuse take morality and faith out of political discourse as they would have us do."