Monday, July 09, 2007

Yo sé cómo lo hizo. Eso es un pan comido.

I know how he did it. It's a piece of cake.


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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dana, Where are you? Everything okay?
I miss my/your phrases of the day.
Cherylita

Pat said...

I second the motion. Your blog is excellent. Thanks for the effort you have put into it. I hope that you ar OK and maybe enjoying a mountain hike.

Pat

Dana Law said...

Cherylita and Pat,
Odeo is Fubar right now. Can't record anything. I am hiking in 10 days so I hope they fix it soon. Lots of phrases in the queue. Thanks for your support,
Dana

Anonymous said...

LOL. Fubar - was new to me. Looked it up in my Spanish dictionary, then my English. Alas, Wikopedia via Google informed me. Not only do you help me learn Spanish but you open up the 21st century to me. C-ita.

Dana Law said...

Cherylita, Isn't language fun. So many words and phrases to learn and so little time.
I just tried to record another phrase at Odeo an it appears the site is disappearing like a bad dream. Parts of the page vanishing every time I refresh.
Just did a show this morning where a child shouted out "you're just tricking us!" Out of the mouths of babes, the truth.
Dana Law

Anonymous said...

Dana, That is very funny re: "You're just tricking us." Follow that child's career - what do you think? Will he/she be a politician? A lawyer?
Probably not a magician or a doctor.
Ugh, it really does sound like Odeo is Fubar.
C-ita

Dana Law said...

C-ita, I think he will be a prosecutor. Dana

Anonymous said...

Hi Dana: In lieu of your podcast coming in my direction, here's a moment from my son's childhood: When my son was about 2 or 3, I don't remember exactly, we went to a children's concert: Gary Lapow. It was a medium size auditorium - maybe 200 or 300 parents with children and Gary was putting on a wonderful show. In a quiet moment, my son says to me in his squeaky voice that carried far: "MOM, LET'S GO HOME. I THINK GARY LAPOW SOUNDS BETTER AT HOME THAN HERE." C-ita

Dana Law said...

C-ita,
That is a good one. I know a few children's singers. I can barely stand to listen to them. Nice people. Just me I guess. Can't stand folk music. Rap of course. First music for the mentally challenged. Don't like to play games and I do card tricks.
When my daughter was young we went to the desert east of San Diego. She saw a bighorn sheep and said "I saw a Yam". Since then it has been a family tradition to misname farm animals. Cows are sheep, etc. Lots of fun.
Dana

Anonymous said...

Dana, We saw those Yam - ah, the wonders of nature. An owl is calling outside as I speak. When I finish typing I will go out and see if I can see him/her and also the lightening bugs. On our visit to that desert east of San Diego, a friend had set up a yurt that we were going to stay in with the above mentioned squeaky voiced son. Well, I don't know if you tried to stay in a yurt with a 2 year old that wanted to know how EVERYTHING works but we flew home the same night of the morning we had arrived. It was impossible.

Btw, your podcasts have accompanied me to Victoria, Vancouver as well as your stomping grounds - Bishop.

And I find your subtle humor hilarious. Does everyone understand you when you refer to never forgetting those you walked on to get to where you are today with you little tee hee?
C-ita

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Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

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