What is your Plan B?

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Life' started by JK1DMV, Jun 28, 2021.

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  1. JK1DMV

    JK1DMV Ham Member QRZ Page

    I got a shot today.
    If it were painful, I would go to bar and drink some tequila.
    But it didn’t painful at all, I ate vegan ramen.
     
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  2. US7IGN

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    I understood a little less than nothing, but I am grateful to you for demonstrating something that is very different from what I am used to)

    Yes, but it’s worth moving away from the tourist or business areas and it’s all over. But gestures and a smile have never disappointed me or the locals)
     
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  3. KA0USE

    KA0USE Ham Member QRZ Page

    a short snort of saki might help.
     
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  4. N2EY

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    I can explain that!

    It's due to the Law Of Conservation Of Consonants.

    Whenever someone says a word and leaves out a consonant that should be spoken, a linguistic unbalance is created, and the Universe corrects the unbalance by having someone else insert the missing consonant into a word where it doesn't belong.

    Consider the excellent example you gave - "worsh" for "wash".

    In the Boston area, there is a tendency for people to leave out the "R" sound from many words, such as in the classic phrase "Pahk the cah in Hahvad Yahd" - five missing R sounds in a six word sentence! Those missing R sounds have to go SOMEWHERE, and they wind up in words like "worsh".

    Ironically, the person who pronounces "wash" as "worsh" usually doesn't pronounce "cash" as "corsh".

    And it's not just Boston folks. Some people pronounce "drawer" as "draw", for example.

    See how that works?

    This also explains why a language like French sounds so different than the way it is spelled.
     
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  5. K6CLS

    K6CLS Ham Member QRZ Page

    I would enjoy a bowl of vegan ramen!
     
  6. KU4X

    KU4X Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    "When you tell somebody somethin’, it depends on what part of the country you’re standin’ in… as to just how dumb you are."
    That great American sage and philosopher - The Bandit (Smokey & the Bandit, 1977)


    Regards,
    -Bruce
     
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  7. JK1DMV

    JK1DMV Ham Member QRZ Page


    Udon and Soba are also good noodles.
     
  8. KY4GD

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    That was the first thing that I thought of too. Are you a doctor, pharmacist, or is a family member taking it, or are you just a normal person with a slightly twisted sense of humor?

    I am the latter.
     
  9. K6CLS

    K6CLS Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yes. I had soba for lunch yesterday. Was feeling too lazy to make soup for udon.
     
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  10. N3AWS

    N3AWS Ham Member QRZ Page

    The first that you listed. But some of us DO have a sense of humor!

    73
     
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