The Road To Morocco
The Road To Morocco
On this date (10/11/04) in 1942, Bob Hope and Bing
Crosby released their picture "The Road To Morocco".
Thanks to - Chris
I leave Sunday, Monday, or soon for Morocco or as soon as I am sure how to spell the name of the country.
Maybe Morroco or Morocco or Morrocco or any wish.
I was thinking about Tanger or TANGIER in English.
I just sent off a newsletter saying I would go to Tanger... I bet that put a crook in their spelling necks and hopefully drives everyone crazy.
As my friend Gary says,
¨That is a put, not a drive.¨
But I am reading the signs here, I am trying to buy a rapid boat trip to Tanger here, I am seeing the word daily on every type of advertisement, signs and etc. What am I to do, think of Tangier every time I read Tanger?Communication is about the intent and getting the idea, and making sure I use enough colloquial phrases that it confuses everyone, (Especially French girls by the name of Isabelle.) but also it is fun and teaches my European, Asian, Africa, Austrailia, Antartica, South American, Central American, North American and sub continent or any other place I forgot readers about English.
I am not sure Mexico cares.
Language is about intention and communication, I also use it to flirt, but for sure
Rod Stewart was right about a nod is as good as a wink to a blind horse.
Henry David Thoreau one of my adopted mentors was incredibily correct.
Sometimes we are inclined to class those who are once-and-a-
half-witted with the half-witted, because we appreciate only a third part of their wit.
Walden & on the Duty of Civil Disobedience
by Thoreau, Henry David
I got that correct from this page...
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How do you see the pictures I post?
Do they show up in your RSS reader?
I suppose I could include the links to the photo, but confusing for people.
Click here to write, or I suppose you can click on the comments and help the world, or you can do both as the Scarecrow said in the Wizard of Oz.
Note the stupid blogger site or the Spanish computer said... Borrar when I tried to click on the spell checker today. Borrar in Spanish mean to erase. I have no idea what the computer wants to do, but the only conservative thing is to publish and not worry about spelling.
Un Grande Beso y Abrazos de Tarifa Espana
Su Amigo en el Calle, Andre un Vagabundo y posible Vagamundo!
La Vida es Buena