Tuesday, April 24, 2007


I just read this in the wikipedia:

"alki — (rhymes with "pie) "someday", "whenever", "In the by and by", i.e. the future or near future. Alki is the state motto of Washington and a neighborhood in West Seattle. In ordinary use somewhat equivalent to the Mexican mañana, meaning sometime in the near future, or an indeterminate time away, perhaps never. It can be used as a verb auxiliary indicating the indefinite future tense."

The state motto of Washington means someday, whenever, perhaps never.

How appropriate.

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