Discussion in 'The Bar' started by k4D3t, Sep 21, 2010.
Momentarily is a relative term. Deal with it. :zig:
/ˌmoʊmənˈtɛərəli, ˈmoʊmənˌtɛr-/ Show Spelled[moh-muhn-tair-uh-lee, moh-muhn-ter-] Show IPA
for a moment; briefly: to pause momentarily.
at any moment; imminently: expected to occur momentarily.
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1645–55; momentary + -ly
—Can be confused: currently, immediately, momentarily, now, presently, soon (see synonym note at immediately; see usage note at presently).
Briefly is a relative term.
Youi guys getting any errors still?
The Adult section disappeared, and Schnoop as well.
no errors here.
the day Schmoopy is gone will be the best day ever
That's by design.
i do also...but i'm using Firefox private browsing. so that might be why.
no -- just messing with u
Umm Helloooo? I specifically mentioned "time travel" possibilities?
i don't understand
there is a big difference between "passage of time" and "time travel"
oooh -- does glee start tonight?
I came online this morning before 8 am and the site was still down and displaying that server upgrade message. Over 8 hours later.