But there are other differences as well: she is from the huge, high, pointy and dry land of Arizona, and I am from the tiny, flat, low
and soggy land of The Netherlands. She has an American world view, I have a
But more remarkable than our differences are the things we have in common. We share a sense of humour, we both recycle, neither of us is really good at socializing and we're both falling apart at the seams.
But most importantly, we like being around each other. I'll take the occasional disagreement on the morality of
eating people over being apart any day.
This land is your land,
So, yeah, Arno's summed up most everything, as usual, in many more words (and links) than actually needed. I've come to cope with
this. ;p Generally, he talks about four times as much as I do, and I'm good with that, because I usually have nothing to say. So it
all works out. We mesh well because we strike a very good balance... we have lots in common, and some things completely opposite... so
if C= commonality and o+ = opposite to o-, and o- = opposite to o+, then it follows that C + o+ + o- = C . Got it?
That turns me on so bad!