Mark: Like you, the field was open, you could have. But most of my negative stuff, or my bad memories were all to do with girls. Todd: Let's see, there was one time I asked a girl out to a date and she said that she would go out with me, and I was so happy, and I was walking away from her and I was waving and at the last minute I saw her turn away and , and I thought, "Why is she flinching? " That's right about the time I walked right into a pole. Todd: There was another girl the year before that I has asked out for my first date.
It just about knocked me out, and so she didn't even come over and see if I was OK. So we went out to the movies and then after the date, you have to walk her to the front door (right) and we walked to the front door and the main thing is can you get a kiss goodnight (right) so I was just so nervous that she wouldn't kiss me and so then we walked to the front door and she kissed me and I was so happy cause I just felt like "Wow, I got a kiss on my first date!
For example, if someone has a birthday party in March, you will probably figure that her birthday is in March, but that may not be true.
Notice the following: laugh at me They just start laughing at me.
If somebody laughs at something you did, but it was not your intention to be funny, they are 'laughing at you.' Usually when people laugh at you it does not make you feel good.
Notice the following: moment of glory My moment of glory was ruined.
At some point in time following the Third Pass, the "AL" suffix was dropped; likely a result of the original meaning being lost.
Following the "arrival" of Thread in 8AL, the Pass/Interval System was developed; years were grouped into fifty year "Passes"; when the Red Star caused Thread to land on Pern, or two hundred year "Intervals", when the Red Star's orbit took it away from Pern.
These calculations were in fact flawed - the Red Star's orbit was unstable, and as such the length of a full cycle varied (see below for details).
As a result of this, the Ninth Pass was listed as having begun on 2508 AL, when in reality it had begun in 2521 AL.
The dates were soon remedied, and the new system dubbed the "AIVAS Adjusted Turn".