User profile: herenow

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  • RegisteredOctober 27, 2013
  • RegionChina
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  • RegisteredOctober 27, 2013

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Forums > Living in Kunming > GoKunming feedback...

@dolphin wrote "Sorry herenow, if I had known you had a love affair going on with Vera I woulda shown more restraint."

It doesn't matter anymore, she left me for a chess-playing Sicilian baker named Igor. Now my days are a dreary blur, one fading into the next...

Forums > Living in Kunming > GoKunming feedback...

"Does anybody here remember @veravdn?
Remember how she said that
she would post again,
some sunny day.

Vera! Vera!
What has become of you?
Does anybody else in here feel the way I do?"

(With apologies to Roger Waters)

Forums > Living in Kunming > GoKunming feedback...

I had a post deleted by moderators the other day and they were right to do so. If I were moderating the forums, I would also take some kind of action against dolphin's unprovoked sniping at tigertiger. Especially since it's part of a pattern of harassment that has been going on for weeks -- "Why does he get so many upvotes, I suspect foul play", etc.

Otherwise the forums version of Gresham's Law is liable to work its effects.

Forums > Living in Kunming > Looking for a part time job any tips ?

@Liumingke: Why string the OP along with so many questions when you could have given the answer above from the outset?

In any event, I believe your advice may be wrong. There have been several reports that the visa regulations changed in the last several years to allow foreign students to work during their stay, although the sources I have seen are not authoritative. The OP should inquire for himself.

@Liumingke wrote: "Most require a degree and a host of other requrements." lol

Overall, very unhelpful.


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@sezupom wrote: "My only critique is the name "pain campagnard"... such a added-value fancy way of saying country bread to mark up the price of bread."

"Pain campagnard" (or more commonly "pain de campagne") is a specific name used by bakeries in France for a particular type of bread. Just calling something "country bread" in English could mean anything.