October 29, 2002
Good things about London so far...

Note to self; things of note in UK/London so far (2 days into my stay):

  • The weekly TimeOut magazine is a great overview of what's up. Lots of good concerts coming up; I'll try to attend some
  • Wagamama - the way of the noodle
  • Heathrow Express - 15 minutes, every 15 minutes... nice.
Bookmarks for future reference: bank holidays, Vodaphone, SMS flight alerts...

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You guys, Google, have no idea how to answer my fallowing question, ' What is the vegitation and the ype of animals that live in London. Such a siple question, correct? ya, well, somehow you don't hve the know-how to answer this. Now, you either answer this in an e-mail that you will send me or you will look at your self in the mirror and tll yore pittiful self that you are a loser and that ur website can't answer anything. THEN, you will email me and tell me that you are sorry if you can't figure out out how to answer anything. Well, looks like i will hear from you really soon! unless you guy are panzese. now remember, what is the vegitation and the typ of animals that live in london! good-bye!
t

Posted by: Stephanie Hectot on March 4, 2003 10:38 PM

You guys, Google, have no idea how to answer my fallowing question, ' What is the vegitation and the ype of animals that live in London. Such a siple question, correct? ya, well, somehow you don't hve the know-how to answer this. Now, you either answer this in an e-mail that you will send me or you will look at your self in the mirror and tll yore pittiful self that you are a loser and that ur website can't answer anything. THEN, you will email me and tell me that you are sorry if you can't figure out out how to answer anything. Well, looks like i will hear from you really soon! unless you guy are panzese. now remember, what is the vegitation and the typ of animals that live in london! good-bye!
t

Posted by: Stephanie Hectot on March 4, 2003 10:39 PM

Dear Stephanie,

Mr Google is out of the office and unable to answer your rude comment. Please go away. (or visit London yourself).

Umm... alternatively you might want to submit your feedback to the Google Feedback section:
http://www.google.com/contact/

best regards,
andersja
(stand in for Mr Google)

Posted by: andersja on March 5, 2003 03:13 PM

ouch! that hurt. i will not go away becuasse this a perfectly usable website and it is a good one at that. EXCEPT that you cannot answwer my question. What is the vegetation and the animals that live in London. you have been a great stand-in, thank you. BUT i sstill do need to know what it is. I have been to several other different websites and I THOUGHT that you could help me with this little school project that i have. and it is due on Wed. March 19th. So, far you have not been even close to helping me figure this out. ( i am usually not that mean! sorry)
Sincerely,
Stephanie Hectot.
p.s.
When could you ever figure (or help me) with this question. So simple. i wish that i could answer it! all of the other websites that i have been to only shows the hotels that i could stay in. my best regards. Bye.

Posted by: Stephanie Hectot on March 17, 2003 09:57 PM

i disagree with Ms. Hectot. Google is such a valuable thing that has the answer to everything (or at least most things). I have the anwer to Ms. Stephanie's problem. All she needs to do is type in vegetation and animals in london. It works. I tried it. Tell Mr. Google that he is doing a great job with everything.

jim shorts.

Posted by: jim shorts on March 18, 2003 04:29 AM

i disagree with Ms. Hectot. Google is such a valuable thing that has the answer to everything (or at least most things). I have the anwer to Ms. Stephanie's problem. All she needs to do is type in vegetation and animals in london. It works. I tried it. Tell Mr. Google that he is doing a great job with everything.

jim shorts.

Posted by: jim shorts on March 18, 2003 04:29 AM

Stephanie,

try:
http://www.london.gov.uk/approot/mayor/strategies/biodiversity/links.jsp
and
http://www.english-nature.org.uk/

Good luck (and thanks for your elaborate comments :-)

Posted by: andersja on March 18, 2003 11:22 AM
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