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  1. OotenAboot commented on The Born Loser 6 days ago

    The 13/12/14 notation is chiefly British: month/day/year. The conflict between American and British date notation causes endless confusion Canada which is caught in the middle.

    Some companies will date your receipt 12/13/14, others 13/12/14. A week ago it was 12/06/14 vs 06/12/14. Try sorting those when you do after-the fact bookkeeping.

    In In the sensible parts of the world the date is 2014-12-13 (year/month/day), the only numerical date format that will sort chronologically. You can use hyphens, slashes, spaces or no punctuation at as long as you are consistent.

  2. OotenAboot commented on Candorville 10 months ago

    It can be confusing. Canada (Windsor, Ontario) is due south from Detroit. From Buffalo, Canada (Fort Erie, Ontario) is west. From Alaska, head east to Yukon or British Columbia..

  3. OotenAboot commented on Arlo and Janis 12 months ago

    Arlo resolved to quit smoking (the stack leads me to think he has a smoker grill).

  4. OotenAboot commented on Wizard of Id 12 months ago

    Yes, edclectic, language evolves. Now that “literally” means “figuratively” and “only” means “one of a few”, nothing means anything.

  5. OotenAboot commented on Daddy's Home about 1 year ago

    I can never remember where I am. Every week my insurance company gets my old house to a better state.

  6. OotenAboot commented on Off the Mark about 1 year ago

    That’s “grammar”, Radish. You’re busted!

  7. OotenAboot commented on Close to Home over 1 year ago

    Noah’s orders did not give him discretion to pick and choose.

  8. OotenAboot commented on Soup to Nutz over 1 year ago

    Manhunter808, if I were a Missourian sitting at 35th out of 50 in per capita income, I’d respond to that State motto with “Show me the money, Jay!”.

  9. OotenAboot commented on Pickles over 1 year ago

    I’m close to the age of Pearl & Earl. As I remember, “dungarees” was the old folks’ word for jeans when I was Nelson’s age. Now it’s archaic.

  10. OotenAboot commented on The Born Loser over 1 year ago

    And someday your children will say the same about you. ROTFLMAO!