j'ai vu un film français. mousse was a middle aged man from guinea. he went to paris to buy a water pump for his village. it was not easy with all the trappings of being a foreigner (a 3rd world citizen) in the 1st world. he made friends with some locals (the lady cab driver, the gay singer, and the illegal immigrants at the church). nous ne sommes pas animaux. i liked it - african culture. respect. 1st world impressions. 3rd world sensuality? as big as social prejudice down to as small as carrying a box of smoked fish hehe je ne sais pas. he died at the end while he was about to return to l'afrique. the moral lesson was the difficulties he experienced in france, including his death, were unnecessary. things could be made better. i am not sure if he had a different accent. i cant place any difference so thats maybe a good sign that my listening skills arent enough (atm).
i am 90% (soixante dix pour cent) done with my wrapper libraries. just have to clean it up. sort out some overhead. i am being conservative in mentioning that there might be a "few" hehe bugs in it. my guess is, it will help me in understanding the new install code (sakura). if not, it will be a useful addition to my mostly obsolete skills list of a resume. +kernel programming. ce midi, i picked up another book which ive left lying on my desk for more than a week now. Beginning XML. je suis en chapitre quatre et je ne commence pas à l'aime. en fait, il est ennuyeux avec quelque mots qui sont étrange à moi.