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Can write code, as I have done for the past 15 years. In another 15 years, I should be writing excellent code.

cmr at appmills dot com


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comment Is “it is a fun game” correct?
The link you gave has it as adjective, but marks as informal.
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comment Naming 1, 2, 3… millenial celebrations
@HaL, tricentennial is okay too, I guess
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comment Naming 1, 2, 3… millenial celebrations
+1 After you said it, that sounds obvious... :-)
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comment History of “Asian American” / “African American” nomenclature
@Alain, this is probably a sensitive area, where words seem to have varying meaning in various countries. The term "coloured" is supposedly unacceptable in South Africa (Usage & Abusage - Eric Partridge)