April 20, 2012

Ahh…..!  Some of the comments that I receive makes no sense.  It’s hard to understand the English translation of the comments.  I have sat on a comment that’s translated from Russian because I only understand part it.  The other half is driving me nuts.   I wonder when they read my site in their language, if they understand what I’m saying. The easy solution is editing, but the question is do I?  Hmmm.  Decided not to post second article as it wasn’t up to scratch.  Trashed it!  So, only posting one this week.


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