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Old 2010-06-01, 07:34   #1
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Old 2010-06-01, 10:15   #2
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I took a look at the video. Generally I never examine Youtube videos or anything that uses Flash or Silverlight without a compelling reason but I promised to be a little more forthcoming in a thread of your creation.

I, couldn't follow enough to get anywhere. I loved the sound of the clean vowels but only caught occasional nouns when they reminded of my incomplete and rusty high school Spanish classes. When I studied a bit of Esperanto in my twenties, there was general agreement that native Italian speakers sounded best when speaking Esperanto.
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Old 2010-06-01, 13:04   #3
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make this account ...
alphabet letters = linguistic convention


Convention do now "cmd.free"

a = 0
b = 1
e = 2 (we also use y instead of e)
d = 3
i = 4
c = 5 (also called special value j)
o = 6
p = 7
u = 8 (we also use x instead of u)
q = 9

( You can use any other symbol ... important to identify the sequence )


b d p q ... are ... odd
aeiou ... are ... even ( y x like e u )

j ... c "special" five


2 and 5 in primes are simple to "discriminate"

numbers more interesting
those ending in ..1 ..3 ..7 ..9
we identify these as ..b ..d ..p ..q

... easy to understand ?






a ... z ... ( alfa )
b ... u ... ( bravo )
e ... d ... (charly )
d ... t ... ( time )
i ... q ... ( lost )
c ... c ... ( Jesus )
o ... i ... (sei )
p ... s ... (settete )
u ... o ... ( bau )
q ... n ... ( mao )

would be the same thing ... only convention

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Old 2010-06-01, 15:42   #4
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I will look at this some more later.
I understand your explanation except for the part that follows the even/odd part.

joke now:
1) don't talk about the square root of two when traveling by boat especially when traveling with mathematical friends.
2) when getting on boat in bad weather, it is lucky to first send a postcard bragging that you have an answer to a very big mathematical problem.
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Old 2010-06-01, 19:11   #5
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We often (we) say that this is a problem
to bind "Har-dy_to" (at the finger) to make war with "1" but
History teaches us that "1" is not war with anyone
... only time we boat 'sail' with friends
middle of the sea, as a joke, there might be claimed to know
walk on water, was "calm" friends said
us two things:
1) because they do not ever learn to swim,
2) get off and push the boat ...


We previously pocketed cards (in black boxes) "PGO" and "E.B."
but never found!

( "1" is not war but continually makes jokes in "cmd" ).




p.s. - "any problem, however big ... view the solution ceases to be a problem!"

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Old 2010-06-01, 19:33   #6
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Jessie Jackson told this joke:

Jessie Jackson was on a boat with the Pope.
The wind blew off the Pope's hat.
The hat was floating on the water.
Jessie Jackson walked on the water and brought back the hat to the Pope.
The newspapers said "Jessie Jackson can't swim"
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Old 2010-06-01, 20:08   #7
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Quote:
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Jessie Jackson told this joke:

Jessie Jackson was on a boat with the Pope.
The wind blew off the Pope's hat.
The hat was floating on the water.
Jessie Jackson walked on the water and brought back the hat to the Pope.
The newspapers said "Jessie Jackson can't swim"
... hey we said before ...

( that be your first directive ? )

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Old 2010-06-01, 20:44   #8
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Quote:
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... hey we said before ...

( that be your first directive ? )
True, the joke is similar to before.

I have no directives; I'm just a guy chatting about a few things but mostly math.

I don't want to look at that Youtube video. Sorry
I messed up my computer after enabling Flash and am trying to get all the Adobe junk off it again.
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Old 2010-06-01, 22:28   #9
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and what makes you thought that ours was a joke?


( ... we trust, is still a possibility;

you know "asparagus" and its quality? )
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Old 2010-06-02, 07:22   #10
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btw .. it today ( pausa )
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Old 2010-06-02, 10:31   #11
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Happy Republic Day.

I love all the special Google Logos that they do for holidays.

My girlfriend's birthday is the Fourth of July holiday here in the United States.
When she was a little girl, her father told her that everyone was celebrating her birthday. She still likes to think of it that way.
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