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Re: Jibber Jabber - Q1 - 29

Postby Humboldt Steve » Sun May 18, 2014 7:18 pm

Martin L. Shoemaker wrote:Two years ago in Jibber Jabber - Q1 - 29...

E.CaimanSands wrote:The Gator has no need to write a little ditty for herself, Lewis Carroll already wrote one which does the job just fine:

How doth the little crocodile
Improve his shining tail,
And pour the waters of the Nile
On every golden scale!

How cheerfully he seems to grin
How neatly spreads his claws,
And welcomes little fishes in,
With gently smiling jaws!



The only one I can recite by heart. It amused my niece when she was younger wotf007
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Postby Humboldt Steve » Sun May 18, 2014 7:19 pm

YES! I started yet another page!
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Re: Jibber Jabber - Q1 - 29

Postby s_c_baker » Mon May 19, 2014 7:48 am

Humboldt Steve wrote:YES! I started yet another page!

Victory!
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Re: Jibber Jabber - Q1 - 29

Postby gower21 » Mon May 19, 2014 10:02 am

I would just like to remind people of a little story.

It started in the volume 29 quarter 1 thread. I had written a story I was very proud of and there was no reason for me to be too excited about it given my past performance in this contest (all rejections). I went to turn in my story on the day of the deadline around 8pm or so. The website closed for entries, but technically the deadline had not passed. Martin L. Shoemaker helped me find a post office that was open 24hrs close to our home and we got that entry in at 11:43 on New Years Eve. Martin proclaimed "You know what this means? This means that you now have to win!" We were both Finalists in that same quarter, but Martin did not win. As people maybe know, my story won the Grand Prize. The one that would not have been entered in that quarter at that time if not for Martin. And in a Karma-like way I said to Marin, "You know what this means? It means you now have to win."

Dear Universe, I would very much like for Martin to win.

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Re: Jibber Jabber - Q1 - 29

Postby Isto » Mon May 19, 2014 10:57 am

gower21 wrote:I would just like to remind people of a little story.

It started in the volume 29 quarter 1 thread. I had written a story I was very proud of and there was no reason for me to be too excited about it given my past performance in this contest (all rejections). I went to turn in my story on the day of the deadline around 8pm or so. The website closed for entries, but technically the deadline had not passed. Martin L. Shoemaker helped me find a post office that was open 24hrs close to our home and we got that entry in at 11:43 on New Years Eve. Martin proclaimed "You know what this means? This means that you now have to win!" We were both Finalists in that same quarter, but Martin did not win. As people maybe know, my story won the Grand Prize. The one that would not have been entered in that quarter at that time if not for Martin. And in a Karma-like way I said to Marin, "You know what this means? It means you now have to win."

Dear Universe, I would very much like for Martin to win.


Many quarters ago, we had a little contest where we predicted who would and would not win Vol 29 Q1. I was
sure Martin would win. I am no longer sure of much of anything anymore, but one thing I do know is that Martin
certainly deserves to win. He has been a constant in this little club and has given so much hope and help to many
of us. Yes, Universe, you would make so many of us happy. And I dare say, there would be much partying in this
corner of the forum if Martin wins before he must leave us for being too successful. Good luck, oh silent one!
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Re: Jibber Jabber - Q1 - 29

Postby s_c_baker » Mon May 19, 2014 2:51 pm

[quote="Isto"Many quarters ago, we had a little contest where we predicted who would and would not win Vol 29 Q1. I was sure Martin would win. [/quote]

Looks like you just got the Volume number wrong. wotf007
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Re: Jibber Jabber - Q1 - 29

Postby Isto » Mon May 19, 2014 3:17 pm

s_c_baker wrote:[quote="Isto"Many quarters ago, we had a little contest where we predicted who would and would not win Vol 29 Q1. I was sure Martin would win.


Looks like you just got the Volume number wrong. wotf007[/quote]

wotf053 wotf010 Congratulations, Martin! I am celebrating tonight with a huge bowl of ice cream.
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Re: Jibber Jabber - Q1 - 29

Postby Martin L. Shoemaker » Mon May 19, 2014 3:24 pm

gower21 wrote:I would just like to remind people of a little story.

It started in the volume 29 quarter 1 thread. I had written a story I was very proud of and there was no reason for me to be too excited about it given my past performance in this contest (all rejections). I went to turn in my story on the day of the deadline around 8pm or so. The website closed for entries, but technically the deadline had not passed. Martin L. Shoemaker helped me find a post office that was open 24hrs close to our home and we got that entry in at 11:43 on New Years Eve. Martin proclaimed "You know what this means? This means that you now have to win!" We were both Finalists in that same quarter, but Martin did not win. As people maybe know, my story won the Grand Prize. The one that would not have been entered in that quarter at that time if not for Martin. And in a Karma-like way I said to Marin, "You know what this means? It means you now have to win."

Dear Universe, I would very much like for Martin to win.


And now, happily, we can put that little twinge of survivor guilt to rest! wotf013
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Re: Jibber Jabber - Q1 - 29

Postby Martin L. Shoemaker » Mon May 19, 2014 3:27 pm

Isto wrote:
gower21 wrote:I would just like to remind people of a little story.

It started in the volume 29 quarter 1 thread. I had written a story I was very proud of and there was no reason for me to be too excited about it given my past performance in this contest (all rejections). I went to turn in my story on the day of the deadline around 8pm or so. The website closed for entries, but technically the deadline had not passed. Martin L. Shoemaker helped me find a post office that was open 24hrs close to our home and we got that entry in at 11:43 on New Years Eve. Martin proclaimed "You know what this means? This means that you now have to win!" We were both Finalists in that same quarter, but Martin did not win. As people maybe know, my story won the Grand Prize. The one that would not have been entered in that quarter at that time if not for Martin. And in a Karma-like way I said to Marin, "You know what this means? It means you now have to win."

Dear Universe, I would very much like for Martin to win.


Many quarters ago, we had a little contest where we predicted who would and would not win Vol 29 Q1. I was
sure Martin would win. I am no longer sure of much of anything anymore, but one thing I do know is that Martin
certainly deserves to win. He has been a constant in this little club and has given so much hope and help to many
of us. Yes, Universe, you would make so many of us happy. And I dare say, there would be much partying in this
corner of the forum if Martin wins before he must leave us for being too successful. Good luck, oh silent one!


Thank you! I am indeed lucky beyond words. Not for the award, though I'm certainly lucky there, but for you and everyone who has cheered me on. I cannot count how many times I felt a flush of joy that so many people were rooting for me.

The members of this forum are a true community, and I'm richer for being here.
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Postby gower21 » Mon May 19, 2014 3:46 pm

Martin L. Shoemaker wrote:
gower21 wrote:I would just like to remind people of a little story.

It started in the volume 29 quarter 1 thread. I had written a story I was very proud of and there was no reason for me to be too excited about it given my past performance in this contest (all rejections). I went to turn in my story on the day of the deadline around 8pm or so. The website closed for entries, but technically the deadline had not passed. Martin L. Shoemaker helped me find a post office that was open 24hrs close to our home and we got that entry in at 11:43 on New Years Eve. Martin proclaimed "You know what this means? This means that you now have to win!" We were both Finalists in that same quarter, but Martin did not win. As people maybe know, my story won the Grand Prize. The one that would not have been entered in that quarter at that time if not for Martin. And in a Karma-like way I said to Marin, "You know what this means? It means you now have to win."

Dear Universe, I would very much like for Martin to win.


And now, happily, we can put that little twinge of survivor guilt to rest! wotf013


Yes, survivors guilt, but also a huge disturbance in the force.

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Postby MJNL » Mon May 19, 2014 4:23 pm

I'm so glad this thread is still alive to see this! Martin's day hath come!
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Postby george nik. » Tue May 20, 2014 7:26 am

Martin, congrats on winning Q1 V29! wotf010

Oh, wait? Is this the wrong year? Or the wrong thread? wotf018

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Postby storysinger » Tue May 20, 2014 10:02 am

The never ending thread. Ohmmmmmmmm.
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Postby Isto » Sat May 31, 2014 4:25 pm

Today was a beautiful day
In Ohio, blue skies
Green grass with red robins
A warm day, a sunny day
LaLaLA LaLa LA

sneaks up with a net.... what's got into her?
uh-oh... has she entered the contest AGAIN?

Quick! Grab the net!
(drag her to the right thread)
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Postby Ishmael » Sun Jun 01, 2014 2:36 am

Isto wrote:Today was a beautiful day
In Ohio, blue skies
Green grass with red robins
A warm day, a sunny day
LaLaLA LaLa LA

sneaks up with a net.... what's got into her?
uh-oh... has she entered the contest AGAIN?

Quick! Grab the net!
(drag her to the right thread)


Robins? No, no. This is a robin -erithacus rubecula

Image

Now what you call a robin is turdus migratorius

Hence the famous error in the 'Captain Hornblower' film where Gregory Peck tells Virginia Mayo that he will have her home before the first robin. The UK robin is not a seasonal migrant.
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Re: Jibber Jabber - Q1 - 29

Postby Isto » Sun Jun 01, 2014 3:48 am

Ishmael wrote:
Isto wrote:Today was a beautiful day
In Ohio, blue skies
Green grass with red robins
A warm day, a sunny day
LaLaLA LaLa LA

sneaks up with a net.... what's got into her?
uh-oh... has she entered the contest AGAIN?

Quick! Grab the net!
(drag her to the right thread)


Robins? No, no. This is a robin -erithacus rubecula

Image

Now what you call a robin is turdus migratorius

Hence the famous error in the 'Captain Hornblower' film where Gregory Peck tells Virginia Mayo that he will have her home before the first robin. The UK robin is not a seasonal migrant.


wotf003
As much as I love the Brits, I must protest. Look at that dribble of a bird. Does it have a bold, healthy red
breast? NO. It has a red FACE . . . and for good reason. And of course it doesn't migrate. Where would it migrate
to? North rainy to south rainier? An afternoon flight, for sure. Ours has wings like a Boeing, braves feet of ice
and snow to bring the sweetest of songs in spring.
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Postby Ishmael » Sun Jun 01, 2014 7:10 am

Isto wrote:wotf024 A turdus in your teethith I say.


Now let's face it, the truth is that the old Pilgrim Fathers were a bit nostalgic for the birds they left behind them. Being very strict Puritans of course they meant birds of an avian variety. So they took the poor old turdus migratorius and called it a robin. Of course the fact is that it's a thrush, as any Latin speaker knows.

Now we have thrushes over here too. Here's turdus merula sitting in my garden.

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Both with my good old Minolta 5D @ 300mm. None of your modern plastic cameras here.

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You can't use your camera as a doorstop?
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Postby Martin L. Shoemaker » Sun Jun 01, 2014 7:24 am

I'm sorry, Ishmael, I can't stand by as anyone disrespects my state bird.

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Postby Ishmael » Sun Jun 01, 2014 8:13 am

Who's disrespectin', huh? A very handsome bird it is. However just because the photograph is bigger than the bird doesn't make the bird bigger. And you can see the family resemblance to its European cousin can you not? Now turdus means thrush. And here is another relative, turdus philomelus also known as throstle, mavis or song thrush.

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At least I think it is, because around here they're as rare as

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Next thing you'll be telling me that turdus merula is not a blackbird.
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Postby Isto » Sun Jun 01, 2014 9:13 am

Martin L. Shoemaker wrote:I'm sorry, Ishmael, I can't stand by as anyone disrespects my state bird.

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Anything else is a mere flycatcher.



wotf019 I kiss your feet!
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Postby Ishmael » Mon Jun 02, 2014 2:53 am

Isto wrote: wotf019 I kiss your feet!


Is Martin old enough?

In Swahili the greeting 'Shikamuu' is addressed to a venerable elder who then replies 'Marahaba' (delightful).

Je, wewe unajua kusema Kiswhaili, bibi? wotf006
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Postby george nik. » Mon Jun 02, 2014 6:48 am

New topics for the thread that never ends: ornithology and linguistics.

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Postby Isto » Mon Jun 02, 2014 6:58 am

Ishmael wrote:
Isto wrote: wotf019 I kiss your feet!


Is Martin old enough?

In Swahili the greeting 'Shikamuu' is addressed to a venerable elder who then replies 'Marahaba' (delightful).

Je, wewe unajua kusema Kiswhaili, bibi? wotf006


Given that he is about to " Pro out", I'd say that he is, indeed, my venerable elder. Didn't you know that in our
Midwest, Shoemaker means "wise-one-with-a-quick-wit" ?? Where better to kiss Mr. SHOEmaker than his feet?
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Postby Ishmael » Mon Jun 02, 2014 8:06 am

Oh well, if you must.

I find I must apologise for a typo above. KISWAHILI is the name of the language. I have had no occasion to speak it for years, but I believe that another occasional contributor to this forum already goes under the name of Bwana. Henceforth he shall be known as BWANA MKUBWA (BIG SUR) and I shall be known as bwana mdogo (little sir).

Nasikitika, lakini mimi nimesahau maneno mengi tangu miaka mingi.
I am sorry but I have forgotten many words over the course of many years.

Or maybe, George, you can start teaching us Greek. I should like that. wotf006
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Postby s_c_baker » Mon Jun 02, 2014 8:34 am

Having been raised partly in the UK and partly in the US, I often find myself very confused about birds. Not to mention spelling. Curse you, English language, and your ever-hungry demand for modernis/zation!
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Postby george nik. » Tue Jun 03, 2014 11:15 am

Ishmael wrote:Oh well, if you must.

I find I must apologise for a typo above. KISWAHILI is the name of the language. I have had no occasion to speak it for years, but I believe that another occasional contributor to this forum already goes under the name of Bwana. Henceforth he shall be known as BWANA MKUBWA (BIG SUR) and I shall be known as bwana mdogo (little sir).

Nasikitika, lakini mimi nimesahau maneno mengi tangu miaka mingi.
I am sorry but I have forgotten many words over the course of many years.

Or maybe, George, you can start teaching us Greek. I should like that. wotf006


Πολύ ευχαρίστως, αγαπητέ Φίλιππε (Ισμαήλ) wotf007
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Postby Ishmael » Tue Jun 03, 2014 2:31 pm

george nik. wrote:
Ishmael wrote:Πολύ ευχαρίστως, αγαπητέ Φίλιππε (Ισμαήλ) wotf007


Aha, first we have to learn the script. I had forgotten this. So:

Φ=Phi = Ph
ί = iota = i
λ = Lambda = l
ί = iota = i
π = pi = p
π = pi = p
ε = epsilon = e

Φίλιππε = Philippe = Philip

Ι = Iota = I
σ = sigma = s
μ = mu = m
α = alpha = a
ή = eta = e (stressed)
λ = Lambda = l

Ισμαήλ = Ismael = Ishmael

So far, so good. That's just transliteration. Now some real words:

Π = p
ο = omicron = o
λ = l
ύ = upsilon = y (stressed)

Πολύ = poly
Now this appears in English where it usually seems to mean 'every' rather than very?

ε = e
υ = y
χ = chi = kh
α = a
ρ = rho = r
ί = i
σ = s
τ = tau = t
ω = omega = oh
ς = zeta = z

ευχαρίστως = eykhariostohz

So with much effort I think I may have something like a phonetic version of the words that Google tells me mean 'very gladly'.

Am I anywhere close, George?
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Re: Jibber Jabber - Q1 - 29

Postby Hyperion » Tue Jun 03, 2014 3:53 pm

Ah I miss the days of learning ancient Greek.While it seemed hard at the time, it was a lot of fun and it's a language that makes a lot of sense. Korean on the other hand.... wotf015

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Postby Ishmael » Wed Jun 04, 2014 2:18 am

wotf020

Well I just discovered that Google will transliterate for me. wotf23

Never mind. I enjoyed the effort.

Google says:
george nik. wrote:Polý efcharístos, agapité Fílippe (Ismaíl)


I preferred mine, except that I seem to have missed a whole word out. Probably I get an R for that.
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Postby fihr » Wed Jun 04, 2014 2:36 am

Oh gosh, you guys have brought back memories for me. Ancient Greek…

Yes, my teacher did actually try to teach us Ancient Greek, when I was about thirteen. It was my Worst Subject Ever!
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