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London-based Lean / Agile coach and trainer, developer, haiku poet, early BDDer and international speaker.


Apr
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is “who's” considered plural?
Feb
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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Confused by “you came in here knowing what you had to do”
Feb
10
revised Is there a comma before “so”? What is the correct answer?
Because. Because!
Jan
28
comment What do you say when you don't know someone's gender?
Yes, I think it's a duplicate. No worries @ntrx.
Jan
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awarded  Custodian
Jan
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on May you please explain this?
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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awarded  Famous Question
Sep
20
comment “However” vs. “on the contrary”
Kltis, this is something that you can find out by looking up the definitions, so it's out of scope for this site. May I suggest you try English Language Learners (ell.stackexchange.com) instead? It would be a great question there!
Aug
27
comment “What day is it today?” vs. “What day is today?”
I've heard it refer to either. "What day is it today?" "Tuesday." "No, what day of the month?" "Oh, 27th."
Aug
25
awarded  Famous Question
Aug
21
answered Meaning of “Where will wants not, a way opens”
May
29
comment Are there any names of food that are associated with political correctness other than Fried chicken?
@ryan They possibly aren't aware that Americans normally use it for Brits ;)
May
29
revised Are there any names of food that are associated with political correctness other than Fried chicken?
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May
29
comment Are there any names of food that are associated with political correctness other than Fried chicken?
@ryan Search for "limey bastard" or "limey bastard quote" - still very much in use in that idiom.
May
29
comment Are there any names of food that are associated with political correctness other than Fried chicken?
Shooting was never intended; sorry if I wrote it in a way that came across that way. I would consider it a limitation of small, written comment format than any malice on my part :) I think I responded that way because you said "this association is confusing Latvia with Lithuania." Associations don't confuse anything - people do - and I hadn't confused any association at all.
May
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comment Are there any names of food that are associated with political correctness other than Fried chicken?
Right, and African Americans don't actually all eat fried chicken. But people do make jokes and comments which are politically incorrect about different countries / cultures / races and their food, and they also make jokes about Latvians and potatoes. Go figure. reddit.com/r/latvianjokes tumblr.com/tagged/latvian%20jokes sadanduseless.com/2012/12/latvian-jokes