|Tuesday, February 15th, 2011|
|Monday, June 18th, 2007|
|Wednesday, April 4th, 2007|
Is there any way I could be promoted to maintainer, so I can maybe tweak out the settings and then start promoting the community itself? I think the place is fantastic, but I'd like more (and more, and more).
|Tuesday, February 27th, 2007|
Did you know that QUEUE is the only word in the engrish language that is pronounced the same if you remove four of it's letters? Q(ueue)
|Tuesday, November 28th, 2006|
|Thursday, November 23rd, 2006|
I hope you have a FAN-freaken-TASTIC turkey day!
|Saturday, May 13th, 2006|
A Q is worth 10 points!
Put your name in here and then put it in you LJ...the Q's are worth more then most so you just may beat out all your friends!
mentioned this community. Although I'm not in the habit of introducing myself to a community, nevertheless:
|Friday, December 30th, 2005|
|Thursday, December 29th, 2005|
|Monday, December 26th, 2005|
|Monday, December 5th, 2005|
|Thursday, December 1st, 2005|
the war was probably a bad idea
I mean after all just look at how many of us there are left. *sigh* I guess I'll go bug Kathy or Jean-Luc. *snaps fingers and disapears*
|Thursday, November 10th, 2005|
Q before U
The letter Q is of uncertain origin. There is a sign in Egyptian hieroglyphic writing which denotes a looped rope (1). Another sign in the shape of a doubled loop is found in a very early Semitic writing used in about 1500 BC on the Sinai Peninsula (2). Both of these early signs have been compared by some scholars to the Q sign which was developed in about 1000 BC in Byblos and other Phoenician…
the letter Q
A nice summary of the history of the letter Q:
During the Old English period, we didn't use Q in English: we wrote, for example, CWICU for 'quick' and CWEN for 'queen' (Old English, like Latin, preferred C for the /k/-sound instead of K). But then the French-speaking Normans conquered England, interrupting the English literary tradition, and, when English once again began to be written after the Conquest, a number of French spelling conventions were introduced, including the business of always writing Q for the /k/-sound when the next letter was U. And we're still stuck with it.
(Via aldiboronti at Wordorigins.)
The ancient history of the letter Q.
Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
|Monday, August 29th, 2005|
The meaning of Q
||A strong leader with a powerful influence and executive ability you exude determination, discipline and effort. Financial success is very likely because of this. People follow you because you are inspirational and original yet still realistic. Your ambition, courage and drive means that you rarely give up on a goal and with your sound judgement, organisational skills and resourcefulness you are able to accomplish anything. |
||Emotional and artistic you have enormous energy and creativity although a rather serious approach to life . Through your own experiences you have learned to be understanding and compassionate towards others and always willing to help out. You are courageous, independent and strong willed with a desire to use your talents in progressive projects which will benefit mankind.
|Thursday, August 11th, 2005|
I nearly forgot this existed...
I'm glad to see that Q joined, the place would just not be the same with out her ;)
I've added it to my friends list and I assume that most of you have as well...now I'm hoping that this little post will get the word out to those that read our friends lists :D
Q Current Mood: Chipper :D
|Tuesday, September 28th, 2004|
*looks around* what, the whole continuum all to myself? *wonders where everybody went* oh so be it! *snaps fingers and makes herself comfy*
I'm Q, but you already knew that, didn't you? So please, don't confuse me with Q, okay?
Oh I think Imma get bored here all alone... maybe I'll call some friends...