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Tue Nov 6 17:42:38 CET 2001
On Tue, Nov 06, 2001 at 10:24:06AM -0600, DeepBlue wrote:
> > > > > Let me add to this that in such a boring predictable world, I have
> > > always
> > > > > appreciated Oleg's Pushkin-Lermentov-like sensibility and idealism
> > > >
> > > > Always? Did I really show it *so* many times? :)
> > >
> oh yes! :) Nothing to be ashamed of anyway!
I am not ashamed. Exactly opposite - I am proud! :)))
> Would Pierre be ashamed of his noble feelings to Natasha!
> Would Malakhov have abandoned Aksenia?
Wow! You know "The War and the World" better than I do. Shame on me! :)
> Would Oleg turn away from what makes the world tick :)
what "makes the world goes round" :)
> > > ;-))
> > > About as predictable as waiting for Martijn to jump in about the PS
> > Hmm. Something funny is in the Russian air if even me (neither Russian,
> > nor even born in Russia, though I live in Moscow now) behave like that
> But I totally understand. It just grows on you.
> I am not even close to Russia. It is a state of mind.
> Would you program using Python? If yes, then you must be an avid reader of
> Turginev and Tolstoy :)
I do programming only with Python. But unfortunately, these are not
authors I love best. My authors are JRR Tolkien and C.S.Lewis (not because
it is fantasy, but because it is Cristian fantasy). >--------------------\
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