about what, precisely?

me? well, I like proper punctuation, ‘arrested development’, cricket, a nice cup of tea, growing food in the heart of the city and Dylan


14 responses to “About

  1. growing food is good.

  2. tho growing food in the heart of dylan less so.

  3. but season two of ‘arrested development’ is perfection

  4. Are you serious about this thing you call proper punctuation or is it just a chat-up line?

  5. to a noted masked avenger of the blogosphere, it is clearly a chat-up line.

    and may i say how lustrous – not to mention scaly – your skin looks today. welcome back.

    but i do like a nice bit of punctuation of an evening.

  6. Given hiz november 6 post, clearly sw cares nothing of this punctuation thing and is in it only for the chix and the booze. Shame on your sw, deceiving a dinosaur like that.

    And don’t believe hiz claims of sisterhood, lies, all lies…though I hear he grows a mean rhubarb.

  7. Not rhubarb but rather witty.
    Twitter anyone?
    I’d follow all of you 🙂

  8. atheist woman! i don’t believe i have said welcome; there you go congratulating my rhubarb and it takes me a year to notice. hope you grabbed a drink while you were here. if i’d realised people were coming, i’d have tidied the place up a bit, or even written some more nonsense.

    ponor – my greetings to you too. alas, i don’t twitter. but i admire those with the control to say anything suitably meaningless in only a few words.

  9. It’s all about sharing ideas, twitter I mean.. or for that matter anything else you might want to make it do. Average age on twitter is about 38 and rising but there will be other sites, new twitters, new ideas. I’m not necessarily on a mission with twitter, sorry if it sounded like that :).

    (Thanks very much for visiting, always feel welcome, seriously, I mean it and I’m enjoying the gloriously dry and amusing wit around here:))

  10. glad you like it, ponor. if conciseness were my thing then twitter might be too!

  11. Hey! This is kind of off topic but I need some guidance from an established blog. Is it very difficult to set up your own blog? I’m not very techincal but I can figure things out pretty quick. I’m thinking about making my own but I’m not sure where to begin. Do you have any points or suggestions? With thanks

  12. @simply-wondered, regarding your comments on charonqc, a few years back, about the challenge of finding the training providers with the best reputation, we have launched skillbeat.com to provide exactly that service and we would welcome your review of the training you’ve received.

    Hope to hear from you, esp. if you’d like to help our mission for people to find good quality education.

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