Monthly Archives: May 2008

O’ Sarracino

My mother dropped in for a flying visit and took as out to dinner. She asked me to book some place nice. So, I booked a table for four at O’ Sarracino Restaurant, precisely an eight minute walk away. O’ … Continue reading

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O’ Sarracino

My mother dropped in for a flying visit and took as out to dinner. She asked me to book some place nice. So, I booked a table for four at O’ Sarracino Restaurant, precisely an eight minute walk away. O’ … Continue reading

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An Innie, or an Outie?

To opt in, or not to opt in; that is the question. Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, Or to give up against a sea of troubles and trust the government … Continue reading

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The Adventures of Lead Girl

Pretty much everything we sand, or attempt to restore in our house first needs several layers of paint removed. In some cases probably even the original coat can be located somewhere underneath those many colours. Much like the rings on … Continue reading

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The IHC Pool

Having a case of blogger’s block, and in need of procrastination after attempting more window rennovations and only completing the destructive part, I decided to investigate the IHC Pool. The IHC Pool is the name of a cargo ship that … Continue reading

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Team Structure

One of our system testers sent me this today. It made me smile. Alas I don’t know where this image originally came from so am unable to cite the source.

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That is less, but which is fewer?

My grammar weakness is that I’m forever mixing up the correct use of which and that, and less and fewer. This is probably just because my brain has been too lazy to consciously register the key differences. I hope by … Continue reading

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