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August 7, 2006 by piers38
An English professor wrote these words on a whiteboard.
"A woman without her man is nothing"
and asked his students to punctuate it correctly.
All the males in the class wrote:
"A woman,without her man, is nothing "
all the females in the class wrote:
"A woman, without her, man is nothing"

Punctuation is a powerful, powerful thing
July 29, 2006 by piers38
I love watching WWE (World wrestling Entertainment) and my children love watching it also which brings me almost right to the point of just how appropriate watching mild levels of physical violence is for young children.

Let me lay down some background here pave the way so to speak.

WWE's two programs, RAW and SmackDown are action/adventure soap operas, generally performed in a slapstick manner, which is scripted and carefully choreographed.

That being said if you got in the ring with ...
April 29, 2006 by piers38
Ever sent an email or Instant Message which has been "Misinterpreted".
It happens more than most people realise.
Ever got a strangely delayed or curt reply?
It could be that you've been "Misinterpreted",
It is all so easy to cause offence without even realising it.



So often the tone of a message is lost in the translation, When your writing the message it's tone in your mind is sarcastic,serious or whatever but there are no visual clues as to what that tone is to be determined by the ...
April 2, 2006 by piers38
Two worlds collide,

Here comes your bride.
It's there on page three,

Sanitised expresso styled,

Democracy.

No we've never met before
I'm very happy to say,

Far from being strangers,
I'd like to keep it that way.

Never going to happen,
It's dieing on page three,

Sanitised expresso styled,

Democracy.
April 1, 2006 by piers38
Ideal democracies

Missing persons

appear and disappear.
Their broken dreams,

cut the atmosphere.

Talk is cheap, it's loud
Hear both sides of the story,

Join the lonely crowd.

Tune in idle chatter
turn a blind eye to the screams,

At the heart of the matter

Things are as they seem.
March 27, 2006 by piers38
Just another inch to heaven I thought.
Why cant I move?

I can see my desire,it's right there in front of me.
The weight is just unbearable,it's so hard to breathe.

I don't understand what's going on.
I'm sleepy,hearing footfalls,closer.

"Honey can you empty the mousetrap"
March 26, 2006 by piers38
They all arrived at the same time at the same place, and were all asking themselves the same question.

Which was strange, as they were not the same.They never did see the same way.

The suspense was unbearable even when they asked, almost suspiciously,

What is behind that curtain?
March 25, 2006 by piers38
The bus shudders toward it's next stop,
I take the elevator it's too far to walk the stairs.
The bed's clean, Fresh, Empty.No sign of him anywhere. A frantic moment passes,

Time collapses.

Somewhere in the distance A light-bulb flickers.

Across the hall,Laughter.

I have the wrong room.
January 21, 2006 by piers38
A few months ago I was fortunate enough to gain some free web space and had a go at creating a little place of my own on the web.
Now this does not have a great deal to do with health but I assure you that it will become apparent if you take the time to read the entire article.
I created my own website and very quickly discovered that I was not really ready to fill it with any credible nor intelligent content which I have discovered good content = successful site.
I found that I enjoyed the p...
September 7, 2005 by piers38
And the scientist said to the priest
“I observe the stones in the river are moving down stream and there for they will all move towards the sea.
"No no” said the priest “this experiment of shaking a bottle of sand stones and water shows that the stones come to the top and there for the sand flows down but the stones travel upstream to the hills. That is how they were created”
“How do you know of this” said the scientist “Its in this 2000 yr old book” said the priest “ And it’s the most rea...
July 8, 2005 by piers38
Recently I have been working on a website of my own and wanted to display my joeuser blog on the site to pad my sites content and started to do just that,I replicated my blog and soon discovered that this was not really what I wanted so started surfing looking for some app that would help me do that.
So long story short I stumbled across www.feedburner.com
This is a site that you should visit (note:link is not affiliated) The site offers a free service and a "pro" service and allows you to ad...
July 7, 2005 by piers38
When logging into joe user, Most times (for me) it takes a couple of times before I can be "me" today I had to add comment on my own blog as anon,
There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that joe user has problems buggy code or something who knows what it is as I have seen posts complaining about how slow JU is even on broadband.
But then I persevere, eventually get logged on and end up doing something about nothing,Some times I even write an article that I consider good,most times not howev...
June 20, 2005 by piers38
I gave away the smokes last week and since the work has slowed a little due to the start of winter I took some time to
1 -- Give up smoking2 --Do some work on my free web site3 --learn how to write in codeSo there I was 7 whole days ago with nothing to do except read,learn and surf.
SO HERE I AM A WEEK LATER
writing this post with HTML code in notepad and my template site at open link to piers38 at freewebs.com Has 7 more pages ButThere was no control and I could not get the feel or look I w...
June 17, 2005 by piers38
When rumours surfaced that Google tries to build a browser, someone at the New York Times did their homework and did a whois on gbrowser.com - and lo, and behold, it was registered by Google.

One day you'll be looking at your 'Gpod' uploading through 'gtooth' to 'gbrowser' sitting at your 'gapple' and eventually the US Government will own the lot (more profitable than oil- none left!) and - the letter 'G' will be removed from the English alphabet - trademarked.
One would assume that a Goog...
June 13, 2005 by piers38
People who point at their wrist while asking for the time. I know where my watch is buddy, where the hell is yours? Do I point at my crotch when I ask where the bathroom is?

People who are willing to get off their ass to search the entire room for the TV remote because they refuse to walk to the TV and change the channel manually.

When people say "It's always in the last place you look". Of course it is. Why the hell would you keep looking after you've found it? Do people do this? Who and ...