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GeneralRe: Literally now literally means not literally Pin
lewax0014-Aug-13 15:57
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PB 369,78313-Aug-13 23:05
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NickPace13-Aug-13 7:01
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Ralph Little14-Aug-13 6:16
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GeneralRe: <strike>Literally</strike> <i>virtually> now literally means not Pin
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GeneralRe: <strike>Literally</strike> <i>virtually> now literally means not Pin
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GeneralRe: <strike>Literally</strike> <i>virtually> now literally means not Pin
Jecc14-Aug-13 3:17
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This seems on topic... Your signature should read:
I'm brazilian and eEnglish (well, human languages in general) aren't my best skill, so, sorry by for my eEnglish. (if you want we can speak in C# or VB.Net =p)

Your nationality should probably start with a capital too (ie "Brazilian"), but if you ask me it's a common noun so it makes sense to start with a lowercase letter. "English" as in "The English Language" is a proper noun though, and capitalizing the word would also help parse the sentence.

Disclaimer: I'm not a native English speaker either. Also, if your signature is tongue-in-cheek then it's all right.
GeneralRe: <strike>Literally</strike> <i>virtually> now literally means not Pin
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