Re: In love with a word
John Posada wrote:
I know who wrote it. He's not British.
Pretentious anglophile twit. Whatever.
Everyone thinks there a techincal writer, jussed like everyone
thinks their a quailty engineer. Why don't they all clame to
be bridge dezingers, tooo?
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