salvadevinemasse wrote:Dean, (my brother), apparently believes no accountant would use a calculator.. Dont ask why I truely do not see his POV here.. He is very smart, however today, I fail to see it in the way he talks!
Ah, so you are closer to my age then what I was thinking.. I'm 23 in febuary, and my b/f is 21. I dont mind you calling me lass or lassie although I do tend to sometimes picture the barking dog on TV. Frisky
huh? yeah it happens to us all.. But I go to my b/f when it happens!
Scottish huh? what part of it are you from? My dad was stationed there for 2 years when I was younger! It was like his dream to go there, so when it came up mom and I and my 2 brothers stayed back and he went. my parents had just bought a house thats why we stayed back basically. Plus my brothers and I all had really horrible asthma and it was said scotland wasnt the best place for people with bad asthma. me and dean almost died from it a couple times..not sure about my other brother andrew though.
anyways the drunken part.. hmm want my blackberry manischewitz?
Your brother Dean is half-right about the calculator thing...partly I was joking, but partly I (and everyone I know) still actually uses a calculator every day - computers aren't always the most convenient thing to use...And calculators were still necessary for some of the ICAEW exams when I did them, which was only six or seven years ago....
Dundee is where I come from, but I live in the very north of England now...(most people from Dundee don't live there anymore lol) - your Dad could have been stationed just about anywhere, but Scotland ain't a big place - he can't have been more than 300 miles from where I am now...
Sorry about your asthma thing - but I've got to say, I'm surprised about them saying Scotland was bad for asthma - I suppose the middle of Glasgow wouldn't be great, but most American servicemen would be in the middle of nowhere as far as I know - but, then, what DO I know?
I ran out of John Smith's ages ago, so I could do with the
salvadevinemasse wrote:my blackberry manischewitz
Shame it can't happen