26/NOV/2005 9:35 AM
Hey, Miguel. How are things going?
Actually she's a Brazilian Native Speaker; I didn't mention what kind of native speaker she was. I did it because I considered ridiculous someone asking specifically to native speakers the difference between "outdoor" and "outdoors". It's quite impolite, isn't it? Think I'm getting old... can't stand things like that without yelling.
By the way, on Thursday Dale, Maria Valeska and I had lunch together in Porto Alegre. It was Thanksgiving Day and we tried to cheer Dale up as he's so far away from his homeland.
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