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Tony Chung wrote:
> Richard Combs croaked:
>> Boudreaux, Madelyn wrote:
>>> Richard Combs made fun of me with:
>>>> Translate the name for France into French: "France"
>>>> No, wait! Leave it in English: "France"
>> I wasn't making fun of you, I was making fun of _France_. I guess I'm
>> feeling a bit froggy (heh). There was no Friday humor (or anything else)
>> on Techwr-l last Friday, so ...
> Then Andrew Warren <awarren -at- synaptics -dot- com> followed up with:
>> You might find Frank's Compulsive Guide to Postal Addresses helpful:
> Does anyone else see the humour in a discussion of France addressing
> schemes leading to a Kermit project folder run by a guy named Frank?
Someone's gotta lotta Gaul.
BTW, I live under the cloud of the failed promise of zipcode. Why do I
have to write mail addresses to explicitly include city and state?
Zipcode encodes that information and is unambiguous, n'est pas? Jusqu'a la!
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