[OT] Careful

Mark Smith mark at maseurope.net
Fri Oct 27 02:07:59 CDT 2006


On the other hand, since Dar's intended audience was us on an xTalk  
list, surely he might have written:

Yet I might use words in describing a script from among the words of  
"environment market bid bet ......."

:)

Mark

On 27 Oct 2006, at 06:59, Bill Marriott wrote:

>> What I do want to know is how long it took you to type all those  
>> quotation
>> marks.
>
> Isn't it obvious?
>
> on mouseup
>   put quote into fld 2
>   repeat for each word loadedWord in fld 1
>     put loadedWord & quote & comma & space & quote after fld 2
>   end repeat
>   put empty into char -1 of fld 2
> end mouseup
>
> No real xTalk programmer would actually type all those "manually!" ;)
>
> "J. Landman Gay" <jacque at hyperactivesw.com>
> wrote in message news:45414E8A.6010502 at hyperactivesw.com...
>> Dar Scott wrote:
>>
>>> I fully recognize that some are offended by the use of some words  
>>> and
>>> respect that.  Indeed, I am offended at times myself, especially by
>>> profane crudity or statist talk.  Yet, I might use words in  
>>> describing a
>>> script, such as "environment", "market", "bid", "bet", "trade",
>>> "privileged", "stasis", "govern", "evolve", "destroy", "clone",  
>>> "union",
>>> "reproduce", "fidelity", "license", "free", "constrained", "must",
>>> "bind", "advise", "terminate", "close", "stealth", "reject",  
>>> "mutate",
>>> "save", "master", "daughter", "pure", "strict", "container",  
>>> "box" or
>>> "prune", that might offend some person, but the use of those  
>>> words are
>>> not intended to offend.
>>
>> ...prune? If prune has connotations, I don't think I want to know.
>
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