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bio website kunststube.net
location Tokyo, Japan
age 31
visits member for 4 years, 3 months
seen Nov 15 at 7:04
More or less independent web dude washed ashore in Japan.

Sep
23
awarded  Critic
Aug
18
awarded  Yearling
Jul
15
comment Why is it true that “I before E, except after C”?
Geisha can be pronounced geesha? I'm shocked! O_O
Jul
13
comment What does “Eat our peas” mean - where does it come from?
+1 for being the only one to actually mention children.
May
22
comment What is the exact meaning of the “oh so <adjective>” idiom?
I'd read the "oh-so-clever" sentence as "Paul Ryan thought his jab was very clever, but it was actually rather lame".
May
19
comment Should “round” only be used to describe 2-d objects?
So, if you don't believe the earth is an oblate spheroid but still imagine it as a plate with water falling off the edges, you could still say the world is round...? I think my head's imploding. >_<
Apr
26
comment Where does gender attach in “brotherly/sisterly”?
Which brings up a new questions for me: What kind of love does a child feel for its mother?
Apr
11
comment The sentence with the most prepositions at its end — does it really work?
+1 That's quite an awesome, albeit incorrect, sentence.
Mar
7
comment Why is anyone in a porn movie considered a porn star?
What about pornographic movies with, you know, lots of actors? Are those legitimately not stars? :)
Feb
17
comment Is it OK to drop the periods in abbreviations?
I agree that abbreviations still require abbreviations. And periods, too. ;o)
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
4
awarded  Enlightened
Feb
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
4
awarded  Teacher
Feb
4
answered How to pronounce LINQ?
Feb
4
comment “She left me for another woman” or “She left me for a woman”?
@Robusto Which, as far as I understand it, is exactly what the sentence attempts to express. +1 for @Andrew.
Jan
30
awarded  Commentator
Jan
30
comment Is there a word that means “doing the right thing for the wrong reason”?
+1 for a perfectly cromulent creation.
Jan
28
comment Why “motherboard” is used to refer to main board of computer
Computers frequently also (used to) have daughter-boards. Just throwing this in here...
Jan
27
comment How long has the f-word been in use as an abusive term?
@jae WTF? This is a perfectly fine linguistic question.