. It's all Greek to me. Great artist, though.
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Maybe he works for the phone company or something?
(All Greek to me too)
For the benefit of others, since IE has decided I have no internet connection (again) I'm using Mozilla Firefox and it's flagging spelling-errors for me, nice.
My wife is visiting the kids (my step daughter, son-in-law and grandkids) and is forced to use a Windows machine there. She installed the new Safari for Windows beta and is almost happy now... :)
. Pretty cool, ain't it? I recently switched and have been amazed at the number of words I thought I knew how to spell.
Haven't said how you came across it though, you being an eccentric British person and all.
Looks like cyrillic to me! :)
That's a better translation than I expected.
Reminded me that I haven't checked engrish.com for months...
you can go to http://babelfish.altavista.com/and then put the link in and choose translate from russian to english and it will translate it. granted, its not a very good translation, but it gets enough words to kind of figure out what its talking about.
Personally, I prefer http://translate.google.com/
i didnt even know that existed. that shaves time off because i never can remember exactly what the url is for babelfish so i go to google anyways. thanks.
Cool, wonder where they got the wire. How did you come across this, last I checked you were an ecentric Brit, not a Greek Geek.
. Looks kinda like the stuff I used to find in old telephone cables. Or the jumper wires in a breadboard kit.
Hmm, to Fry's I go then.
I check there a couple of times a week.
They also post stuff like LED curtains and meat cakes...