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03 Jun 2010, 4:35 am

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When people say to me "Have a good one" I say "Have a good one what?"


Day?


What if they say it at night?


Why don't they say "day" in that line? :wink:

But it's just up to you to fill it in, people can also mean "journey", "week", or whatever fits. It's just some NT easiness you can use to your advantage, I think. "one" Mostly refers to something that the person talked to has mentioned sometime, as in: "I'm going on a holiday tomorrow!" "O, blablabla" "blablabla bye" "Have a nice one <holiday in this case>". I don't know if it's limited to one conversation, though; I live in the Netherlands, so there's nearly no chance for me to check things.



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04 Jun 2010, 2:15 am

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I was wondering earlier if AS affects the way a person fights. I remember that as a kid I would get picked on a lot, but would sometimes win and surprise everyone by pulling some unexpected, weird combat move out of the bag. What does you guys think?


when i was cornered [like an animal] a primitive part of my brain would take over without me thinking about it, and i would get medieval. otherwise, i would just slink away.



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04 Jun 2010, 6:12 am

jeweetwelwie wrote:
Radiofixr wrote:
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When people say to me "Have a good one" I say "Have a good one what?"


Day?


What if they say it at night?


Why don't they say "day" in that line? :wink:

But it's just up to you to fill it in, people can also mean "journey", "week", or whatever fits. It's just some NT easiness you can use to your advantage, I think. "one" Mostly refers to something that the person talked to has mentioned sometime, as in: "I'm going on a holiday tomorrow!" "O, blablabla" "blablabla bye" "Have a nice one <holiday in this case>". I don't know if it's limited to one conversation, though; I live in the Netherlands, so there's nearly no chance for me to check things.


The first time I heard "have a nice one" it annoyed me. Reminds me of newspeak from 1984. Why can't people finish sentences?



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04 Jun 2010, 7:28 am

if someone tells me to have a "nice one", then i am affronted.
how dare anyone tell me to do anything without proper authority?
i do not unthinkingly obey anyone who issues an order for me to have a nice day, because it is up to me whether i have a nice day or not.



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04 Jun 2010, 7:54 am

If someone said to me, "Get your finger out!" I would think, "Get which finger out of where? None of my fingers are in anything.."



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04 Jun 2010, 8:04 am

Thanks Katzefrau, and to the others who addressed my question.

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if left to my own devices (i.e. unemployed) i do something very similar to this, and i don't even need a cave.


When I was lost in my own hermitic (or is that hermetic? :wink: ) world, I also naturally found myself adopting a 25 hour day. It's funny. I still have an urge to go to bed and wake up an hour later each day.


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04 Jun 2010, 8:07 am

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The first time I heard "have a nice one" it annoyed me. Reminds me of newspeak from 1984. Why can't people finish sentences?


It's a bit mean really. Only one? Can't I have a nice two, three, or several billion? Come on it's only a word, you can afford to be generous. :wink:


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04 Jun 2010, 12:45 pm

If you use nowadays technology to build a computer as big as those of 1945, how powerful would it be ?
How many money did cos the Nazi Holocaust ?


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04 Jun 2010, 1:05 pm

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How many money did cos the Nazi Holocaust ?


Unfortionately, I assume that will be transcribed somewhere, as the Nazi's were quite methodiological about keeping the books matching...


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04 Jun 2010, 1:09 pm

You're right. All is on the paper.
Yahoo said...

If this topic, I repeat my question:
Reinhard Heydrich was feminised. I'm interested how much and what about his hormonal level.
He had kids, so he couldn't be intersex... but his hormons weren't typical.


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04 Jun 2010, 1:33 pm

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You're right. All is on the paper.
Yahoo said...

If this topic, I repeat my question:
Reinhard Heydrich was feminised. I'm interested how much and what about his hormonal level.
He had kids, so he couldn't be intersex... but his hormons weren't typical.


I have read somewhere that he had this feminine air about him, but not much more than that, sorry.
Do you mean natural hormone unbalancement or did he change it himself? Just curious.


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04 Jun 2010, 1:38 pm

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04 Jun 2010, 1:39 pm

Natural imbalance. I'm interested about details, which hormon and how much - and probably I'll never know it, because he hadn't been tested.
He was male enough to have children, but looked feminine. His hips were wide. His voice was high.


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04 Jun 2010, 4:39 pm

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When were the week days (mon, tue etc) utilized first? Is there a possibility that people lost track of it in the past?


They've been around a while. The allocations are remarkably constant across Eurasian languages. In English:

Monday - the Moon.
Tuesday - Tiw, Tir, fighting, justice, that sort of stuff, the one who gets his hand et off by ol' Fenrisulfr.
Wednesday - Woden, Wotan, Odin, hung on a tree as a sacrifice himself to himself (bit like JC ^^), slaughter, everyone's favourite ravens.
Thursday - Thunor, Thor, everyone's favourite hammer, goats, serpent wrestling.
Friday - Frigg or Freya or both, natty necklaces, prophecy, that sort of stuff.
Saturday - Saturn, who let that Roman guy in? Old age IIRC, he's pretty boring.
Sunday - the Sun.


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04 Jun 2010, 5:29 pm

In French :
Lundi = Monday ; same meaning.
Mardi = Tuesday ; means "day of Mars".
Mercredi = Wednesday ; means "day of Mercury".
Jeudi = Thursday ; means "day of Jupiter".
Vendredi = Friday ; means "day of Venus".
Samedi = Satursday ; means "day of Shabbat".
Dimanche = Sunday ; means "day of the Lord" (from "Dominus" in Latin).


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