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Thread poster: José Luis Villanueva-Senchuk
José Luis Villanueva-Senchuk  Identity Verified
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Sep 27, 2002

Hola,



Hope this is of use:



http://www.tornilleria.com/



Take good care and HAPPY FRIDAY



JL



Use with care. Translation (English structure) is mediocre but names of the screws, bolts, etc. seem OK.

[ This Message was edited by: on 2002-09-27 10:17 ]


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Mike Ck
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Very useful, Sep 27, 2002

as I`m sure you`re aware, since I`ve got tangled up in these manuales. Good one



Mike


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Raúl C. Waldman
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¡Gracias, JL! Sep 27, 2002

El sitio es muy útil.

Incluso, encontré el tornillo que me faltaba (en mi cabeza). Era un tornillo \'Alien\'.

Saludos.


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Jack Doughty  Identity Verified
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Alien screw? Sep 29, 2002



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Raúl C. Waldman
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Hello, Jack! Sep 30, 2002

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On 2002-09-29 17:03, jdoughty wrote:

An \'Alien\' screw?





Just a pun about having a screw loose and having an \'Alien\' monster inside one\'s head.



BTW: In Argentina is quite usual to make puns, jokes, sarcastic remarks, etc. very seriously, without any emphasis or laughing. (And in the case of written jokes, omitting any smiling \'emoticon\'). I love that style. Is it the same in other countries? I would like to know it.



Congratulations in your day! You have a long and impressive career. All you miss is to speak \'Saturnian\' or something like that ...



Raúl Waldman.

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Jack Doughty  Identity Verified
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Yes, I realized that eventually Sep 30, 2002

I originally wrote in more detail about Allen screws and keys, but then I looked at your posting again and saw you had said \"en la cabeza\", so I realized it must be a joke. I then tried to delete the whole thing but the heading somehow got left behind.



This style of humour, which we call \"dead-pan\", is very common in English too and I like it very much myself. You have to be careful how you use it on this site, though, because people might take it seriously and be offended by it.



No, I don\'t speak Saturnian, but your comment reminds me of a poem I wrote when I was at BBC Monitoring. A guy named Andrew Struve, as an excuse for a party, proclaimed November 8th (the day after the anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution in the Soviet Union, an occasion when we worked very hard) to be International Monitors\' Day. I wrote a lyric in Russian to the tune of the Soviet National Anthem, and then produced an English version, as follows:



ANTHEM FOR INTERNATIONAL MONITORS’ DAY



A union of linguists extremely distinguished

Was built by our glorious leader, John Rae.

Sing loud acclamation for Struve’s creation,

The Great International Monitors’ Day!

We’ll provide you a translation,

However difficult it be,

From Italian, Romanian, from French or Albanian,

From Serbo-Croat or from Russian,

Lunese, Venusian or Martian,

Such keen and industrious people are we!

Jack Doughty 1975.



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