And I believe that nitpicking has a redeeming feature. Spelling and logic
errors make a writer look un-professional. Colloquial language (including
occasional spelling errors) are fine in newsgroups etc., but a commerical
webpage should be as spotless as can be.
You didn't mention the spelling error to help. You did it solely because
you're an asshole.
Yeah, maybe I am obsessed with you. But hell, it's so much fun pointing out
what a dipshit you are that I just can't help myself.
Such as the fact that you're a confirmed liar so nothing you say can be
taken at face value?
I already know what kind of person I am. I usually speak my mind and
sometimes rush to open my big mouth before I've engaged my brain. But, that
doesn't happen in your case because when you get caught in an outright lie,
it follows you around like the stink of stepping in dog poop. And you my
friend, reek of it.
I agree. Pointing out an error can be constructive. Somebody with the
slightest bit of class would have done so behind the scenes in a
private e-mail. Miller, however, loves to point out such errors, not
to assist, but to gloat about how fantastically bright he was to have
discovered the error and in the process trying to elevate himself at
the expense of somebody's innocuous error. In other words, it
illustrates exactly what Miller is about, a guy who thrives on other
peoples mistakes, a parasite.
be packaged into a "truth kit" for women to document actual size as opposed
to men's exaggerated sense of length and girth. She assured me there would
be a market for such an item.
I told her that very few men would submit to such a ?truth kit?. And not
just fear of the actual measurement either. Most men have a healthy fear of
adhesives in that particular area of their anatomy.
There is a theory that that's the reason women are such a poor judge of
distance. They've been told all their life that this (holding thumb and
forefinger moderately apart) is six inches!
The corollary to that is the wisdom imparted by my dear, departed,
grandfather: "Never date a woman with big hands; they make you dick look
Hey, you never know, you could be well on your way to being the next
multi-millionaire sex shop owner. Mail order, internet sales ~ the world
could be yours for the taking.
That wouldn't be so bad would it? <G>
Thanks for asking. Funny you might ask. I had this idea that it might
work as a means to take one's own measurements for tailoring, which it
could. To demonstrate I wrapped a piece around my wife's wrist and it
made her look like a sausage. It stuck quite well. In retrospect I
wouldn't suggest using it to take your own measurements because it's
very difficult to align on oneself properly.
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