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  1. monthly earning $1000 to $10000

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  2. Re: monthly earning $1000 to $10000

    On Jul 7, 11:23 am, anitha wrote:
    > monthly earning $1000 to $10000


    Wow, $1000 a month. That's enough to feed my sea-monkeys.

  3. Re: monthly earning $1000 to $10000

    DanSolo wrote:
    > On Jul 7, 11:23 am, anitha wrote:
    >> monthly earning $1000 to $10000

    >
    > Wow, $1000 a month. That's enough to feed my sea-monkeys.


    You must have a whole seamonkey farm!
    That's enough to feed me, pay my rent, pay my bills and have lots left over
    for frivolous stuff.

    You... spendthrift you.
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  4. Re: monthly earning $1000 to $10000

    On Mon, 7 Jul 2008 16:05:43 +0100 da kidz on comp.sys.sinclair were rappin'
    to MC Andrew Halliwell:

    > > Wow, $1000 a month. That's enough to feed my sea-monkeys.

    >
    > You must have a whole seamonkey farm!
    > That's enough to feed me, pay my rent, pay my bills and have lots left over
    > for frivolous stuff.


    Even at current exchange rates, where $1000 = 75p and a packet of
    Rolos?

    Chris


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  5. Re: monthly earning $1000 to $10000

    Chris Young wrote:
    > On Mon, 7 Jul 2008 16:05:43 +0100 da kidz on comp.sys.sinclair were rappin'
    > to MC Andrew Halliwell:
    >
    >> > Wow, $1000 a month. That's enough to feed my sea-monkeys.

    >>
    >> You must have a whole seamonkey farm!
    >> That's enough to feed me, pay my rent, pay my bills and have lots left over
    >> for frivolous stuff.

    >
    > Even at current exchange rates, where $1000 = 75p and a packet of
    > Rolos?


    Ah yes, true..
    I read it as £, not $.
    Silly me.
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  6. Re: monthly earning $1000 to $10000


    "Andrew Halliwell" napísal
    >> Even at current exchange rates, where $1000 = 75p and a packet of
    >> Rolos?


    Even though I would be happy

    B


  7. Re: monthly earning $1000 to $10000


    "Chris Young" wrote ...

    > On Mon, 7 Jul 2008 16:05:43 +0100 da kidz on comp.sys.sinclair were rappin'
    > to MC Andrew Halliwell:
    >
    >> > Wow, $1000 a month. That's enough to feed my sea-monkeys.

    >>
    >> You must have a whole seamonkey farm!
    >> That's enough to feed me, pay my rent, pay my bills and have lots left
    >> over
    >> for frivolous stuff.

    >
    > Even at current exchange rates, where $1000 = 75p and a packet of
    > Rolos?


    For $1000 I can get you 924 tins of Altoids. With about 75 Altoids per tin,
    that is 69300 Altoids!
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  8. Re: monthly earning $1000 to $10000

    Sam Gillett wrote:
    >
    > "Chris Young" wrote ...
    >
    >> On Mon, 7 Jul 2008 16:05:43 +0100 da kidz on comp.sys.sinclair were rappin'
    >> to MC Andrew Halliwell:
    >>
    >>> > Wow, $1000 a month. That's enough to feed my sea-monkeys.
    >>>
    >>> You must have a whole seamonkey farm!
    >>> That's enough to feed me, pay my rent, pay my bills and have lots left
    >>> over
    >>> for frivolous stuff.

    >>
    >> Even at current exchange rates, where $1000 = 75p and a packet of
    >> Rolos?

    >
    > For $1000 I can get you 924 tins of Altoids. With about 75 Altoids per tin,
    > that is 69300 Altoids!


    But we don't WANT sweets that sound like a painful bowel condition!
    We'll stick with our rolos. Even at the exchange rate of 69300 altoids to 10
    rolos.
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  9. Re: monthly earning $1000 to $10000

    Chris Young wrote:
    > On Mon, 7 Jul 2008 16:05:43 +0100 da kidz on comp.sys.sinclair were rappin'
    > to MC Andrew Halliwell:
    >
    >>> Wow, $1000 a month. That's enough to feed my sea-monkeys.

    >> You must have a whole seamonkey farm!
    >> That's enough to feed me, pay my rent, pay my bills and have lots left over
    >> for frivolous stuff.

    >
    > Even at current exchange rates, where $1000 = 75p and a packet of
    > Rolos?
    >
    > Chris
    >
    >

    Unless it's EC$1000...
    that's about tuppence and a few powdered chocolate crumbs

  10. Re: monthly earning $1000 to $10000

    On Mon, 7 Jul 2008 07:47:24 -0700 (PDT), DanSolo
    wrote:

    >On Jul 7, 11:23 am, anitha wrote:
    >> monthly earning $1000 to $10000

    >
    >Wow, $1000 a month. That's enough to feed my sea-monkeys.


    I used to have a shoal of sea-monkeys, until cold weather turned them
    to brass. :-)

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  11. Re: monthly earning $1000 to $10000

    On Tue, 8 Jul 2008 09:25:40 +0100, Andrew Halliwell
    wrote:

    >Sam Gillett wrote:
    >>


    >> For $1000 I can get you 924 tins of Altoids. With about 75 Altoids per tin,
    >> that is 69300 Altoids!

    >
    >But we don't WANT sweets that sound like a painful bowel condition!
    >We'll stick with our rolos. Even at the exchange rate of 69300 altoids to 10
    >rolos.


    Hmmm...

    Alt == common abbreviation for "alternat(iv)e"
    -oid == suffix meaning "similar to"

    So Altoids are so-called because they resemble something else? :-)
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  12. Re: monthly earning $1000 to $10000


    "Robert Baker" wrote ...

    > On Tue, 8 Jul 2008 09:25:40 +0100, Andrew Halliwell
    > wrote:
    >
    >>Sam Gillett wrote:
    >>>

    >
    >>> For $1000 I can get you 924 tins of Altoids. With about 75 Altoids per
    >>> tin, that is 69300 Altoids!

    >>
    >>But we don't WANT sweets that sound like a painful bowel condition!
    >>We'll stick with our rolos. Even at the exchange rate of 69300 altoids to
    >>10 rolos.


    Rolos cost you $100 each? I don't remember the exact price for Rolos here,
    but I will check. Even with shipping across the Atlantic I might be able to
    save you quite a bit on Rolos.

    > Hmmm...
    >
    > Alt == common abbreviation for "alternat(iv)e"
    > -oid == suffix meaning "similar to"
    >
    > So Altoids are so-called because they resemble something else? :-)


    To help you figure out what they are, I will quote from the front of the tin.

    "The Original Celebrated ALTOIDS CURIOUSLY STRONG MINTS"

    There are several flavors, but I prefer the Peppermint. :-)
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  13. Re: monthly earning $1000 to $10000

    In article <4xRck.1051$4a3.733@trnddc04>,
    sgillettnospam@diespammergte.net says...
    >
    >
    > To help you figure out what they are, I will quote from the front of the tin.
    >
    > "The Original Celebrated ALTOIDS CURIOUSLY STRONG MINTS"
    >
    > There are several flavors, but I prefer the Peppermint. :-)
    >


    Pah cinammon are nicer. Strangely Altoids are less popular in the UK
    where they are/were made (iirc they were moving production from Wales to
    Tennessee) than the other countries in which they are sold.


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