CHAT Re: Zelandish (was: 2nd pers. pron. for God)
|Date:||Tuesday, September 24, 2002, 7:12|
On 09/23 13:08 Christophe Grandsire wrote:
> En réponse à andrew <hobbit@...>:
> Had thought of that too, but IMHO Buffy is not the kind of person who would
> charge for her help (and Angel is quite reluctant too :)) ).
> > >
> > I'll forgive you for Charmed, although my flatmate likes it.
> Well, it's quite nice, what's wrong with it? :)))
>I'm biased against it because it's produced by Aaron Spelling
Productions, a company that likes to have beautiful people with perfect
teeth playing beautiful people with perfect teeth. Their plotting and
scripting can be inconsistant and simple. I admit I did enjoy what I
saw of Kindred: the Masquarade.
Have you noticed one of the few spells it seems their Book of Shadows
doesn't have in it is the one that protects their house from prosthetic
demons who smash down the front door and then trash the place?! :)
> At least here they program Buffy and Angel parallelly. I know it because I have
> on the same tape (and thus the same day) the episode where Buffy dies and the
> episode where Angel & co come back from the Hell dimension to find Willow
> waiting for them to announce she's dead.
>Well here Buffy has definately returned from the dead, but Angel is
still up to the first season finale where Darla returned. (grumble
> Here we have all the Star Trek series except Enterprise. I think I must still
> have somewhere the last episode of DS9 on tape.
>I missed that episode, although I have been told what happens in it. I
had mostly stopped watching DS9 by that stage.
What language do they play these programmes in - English, Dutch or
> > Tragically I have not been initiated into Sailor Moon. It has not
> > played on NZ television.
> So New Zealand would be worse than the Netherlands? :))) It's about time that
> they begin, the series began in Japan in 1994 :))) .
>They don't play much Japanese stuff here, except things like Dragonball.
A lot of stuff released on video, but I haven't followed any of it.
> So you didn't install it youself did you? :)) I'm still thinking of installing
> Linux when I'll buy a new hard drive (the 40Gb of my current hard drive are
> proving to be a little small :)) ), so that that second hard drive will be
> devoted entirely to Linux. But I don't know if it's possible, nor how you do
> that... And there's still the problem of choosing a good Linux distribution...
>It's a matter of getting somebody to help me do it. Eventually it will
all get installed.
My flatmate tells me that I am a debian person. :)
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