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Sunday, May 01, 2005


In an effort to avoid answering explanatory questions, and to practice creating a post, here are a couple of explanations...

What does Stave it off 1, 2, 3 mean?

To what does the 3030 in my name refer?

As for the "bai" in my name, it means white in Chinese
and leaf in Thai...
but my usage is intended to be from the Sanskrit meaning "servant" and is a homophone with "bhai", meaning brother.
But it also refers to water or the god Varuna...
whose name has been given to the so-called Planet X
of our solar system.



At 5/02/2005 08:48:00 PM, Blogger walaka said...

Great! Now you can post your own movie reviews, and I can just link them!

Welcome to the blogosphere.


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