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  Post Number #41  
Old 7th March 2005, 11:49 AM
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Lets clarify! TTYL = "Talk To You Later" now all kidding aside what the heck does BTW =???
Two of my favorites:
OMIGA = "Oh Make It Go Away"
and
INGA = "It Never Goes Away"
Years ago We started a Blackboard and listed these as well as others as an excercise to in boredom!

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Old 7th March 2005, 11:57 AM
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now all kidding aside what the heck does BTW =???
BTW = "By the way," imho.
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Old 7th March 2005, 05:30 PM
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Let Me Help You Oops!

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Lets clarify!... now all kidding aside what the heck does BTW =???
Why am I not surprised that my first post is about clarity of terminology, and my use of 'BTW' causes more confusion itself. Is it too late to claim that I did it intentionally to illustrate my point !?

And BTW, I intentended BTW to mean "By The Way" (Although at the moment "Beneath The Waterline" or "Broken, Tired, Whipped" could also apply)
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Old 7th March 2005, 05:54 PM
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Why am I not surprised that my first post is about clarity of terminology, and my use of 'BTW' causes more confusion itself. Is it too late to claim that I did it intentionally to illustrate my point !?

And BTW, I intentended BTW to mean "By The Way" (Although at the moment "Beneath The Waterline" or "Broken, Tired, Whipped" could also apply)
OK, now, children. Tinker Bell (Caspar) says he can live if we just believe in fairies. All together now,
I believe in fairies!

Truth be told, Caspar, we all stick our feet in the brown, sticky (icky?) stuff from time to time. Relax! It wears off, even if the odor lingers.
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Old 8th March 2005, 11:31 AM
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Why am I not surprised that my first post is about clarity of terminology, and my use of 'BTW' causes more confusion itself. Is it too late to claim that I did it intentionally to illustrate my point !?

And BTW, I intentended BTW to mean "By The Way" (Although at the moment "Beneath The Waterline" or "Broken, Tired, Whipped" could also apply)
AAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGH!!!!!!!!!! I was hoping for "by the whip"
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Old 8th March 2005, 04:33 PM
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Before the Whine?
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Old 14th March 2005, 05:48 AM
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This is still on my agenda. I was looking at 'wiki' software yesterday afternoon. Loaded the software on my iMac and played with it a bit. It's a bit 'weird' though and I want to play with it a bit more before I decide how to implement this.
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Old 18th March 2005, 01:48 AM
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Also see Alien English - Interpreting abbreviations and Acronyms

If you're browsing the forums and find a thread with acronyms or definitions discussed or defined, if you have a minute please link to that thread here in this thread. That may help tie some things together.
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