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Creating an Inamorata Prognostication Engine, Part 1

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Crusty1
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Re: Trouble...
Crusty1   12/27/2013 11:10:41 AM
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I now seem to be dropping my T's and H's

Crusty1
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Crusty1   12/27/2013 11:09:31 AM
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If his good lady has a shread of Lain or Spanish blood then a turbo button should get him out of trouble?

tom-ii
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tom-ii   12/27/2013 9:51:53 AM
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You, my ugly British friend, are going to be in heaps of trouble with the missus.

 

(But I still like it)

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Re: Learning all sorts of stuff
David Ashton   12/26/2013 10:55:34 PM
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Max, I'd question whether women are worth all this trouble??   I do like the idea of the "Gruntled-meter", though....

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Learning all sorts of stuff
Max The Magnificent   12/25/2013 1:51:04 PM
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One thing I really love about having a project like this is that I end up learning lots of "stuff" -- currently I'm looking into algorithms to convert dates between the Gregorian calendar and Julian calendar and vice versa.

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