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Pip Estrelle
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Hole in the wall.
They'll need a crane/they'll need a crane...
Houses.
Flat Stanley and his sweet ride
Somewhere off the longitudinal fissure...
bulletin board, long view
Another view.
Some kind of subconscious basement?
One last picture...
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posted by Pip Estrelle on January 1st, 2009 11:07 AM


The website is on Pacific time, but teucer, being in central North Carolina, is on Eastern Standard. Presumably, he posted this at 3:34 AM in his own time zone.

posted by Pip Estrelle on January 1st, 2009 8:42 AM

I think I'd like your write-up even if I did spend a lot of time doing this kind of thing myself, as it's always interesting to get an outsider's take on a situation.

Since I'm not much of a clubbing/partying sort of person at all, it was reassuring to read about someone else who finds those things awkward.

posted by Pip Estrelle on December 23rd, 2008 8:17 AM


Okeh? Oll Korrect?

It's fascinating about your color vision. How long did it take for you/your parents/your teachers to realize that you weren't distinguishing between blue and green?

posted by Pip Estrelle on December 21st, 2008 1:50 PM


Spam lyrics?

Brilliant!


Oh, nice crayoning and stuff, too.

posted by Pip Estrelle on December 21st, 2008 1:47 PM


Some African languages have only two color categories. They're usually translated loosely as "white" and "black", but that's a bit misleading since some darker colors go into the former category.


(I'd like to state for the record that it's not physically possible for the color terms one learns as a child to actually change one's ability to see certain colors, only to change how one mentally categorizes them. So psychosomatic is a good word for it, I think.)

linguistics nerd >