Loc: here,there and back again
It's way more fun to say SPINNING but you may feel free to "rotate" on it
ro·tate [ rṓ tàyt ] 1.turn around axis: to turn like a wheel around an axis or a fixed point, or make something turn around an axis or a fixed point 2.follow in order: to follow in a sequence, taking turns, or make things follow in such a sequence 3.replace personnel: to be replaced by somebody else, or replace one person or group by another, e.g. in a sports team or military unit
spin [ spin ] 1.rotate something quickly: to turn round and round rapidly, or make something turn round and round rapidly, as if on an axis 2.rotate freely: to revolve or rotate rapidly around an axis 3.face about quickly: to turn around rapidly to face in the opposite direction
Why is it so hard for some to properly use your and you're??
A most excellent analogy. An offshoot of the 'continuous question conundrum', it's practitioners conduct endless empty exchanges of mind-numbing proportions cloaked as debate. Great for keeping one's pencil sharpened - just don't wear our your lead on em'.
Notice the post count. Bz has reached Ninja Master degree level.
Sometimes, tear gas can make you see better. -graffiti in Athens