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I am always happy to offer my advice whether accepted or not. I just thought I had offended you with my last private comment on the semiotic implications of 'behinds'.

But this wonderful and funny diary convinces me that yoga has much more joy than I thought.

You can't be me, I'm taken

by Sven Triloqvist on Thu Nov 23rd, 2006 at 06:52:09 PM EST
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You did? I wasn't offended, I found it quite funny and had to agree with you. I deleted the "behind" and I think it's better that way, too. Thanks again for taking a look! And spending your time on it.

There is a lot of joy in yoga, why do you think I'd be doing it? :) It makes you feel good, better than just ordinary exercise. And if you're not compelled to get down on the mat right away, maybe this guy will convince you... (hope you have sound')

"If you cannot say what you have to say in twenty minutes, you should go away and write a book about it." Lord Brabazon

by Barbara on Thu Nov 23rd, 2006 at 07:03:23 PM EST
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Well, nutters always make me laugh. With, not at.

I was just arguing with Colman about defintiions/categorizations, and the fact that without misunderstandings there is no laughter. We laugh at how puny we are in this cosmos.

It wasn't a very good argument on my side, and predictably the anally retentive brigade were on me like hyenas round a wounded wildebeest. But I am a big boy, and Jérôme slips me the odd backhander for provoking comment and traffic.  I'm a wrestler in a boxing match.

But give me a good feeling any day, over the aesthetic of an equation. We are who we are. We have to love with it.

You can't be me, I'm taken

by Sven Triloqvist on Thu Nov 23rd, 2006 at 07:19:59 PM EST
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