Hey, I thought the conversion rate was one picture = a thousand words. Must be that pesky Argentine inflation again.There are also a few interesting videos about Rosario on YouTube. Well these days it would be easier to catalog what isn't on YouTube.John
Wow, that was weird! Believe it or not, I was still thinking in Japanese. In the Far East, the proverbial high number is 10,000. In speech, figures form groups of four in both Japanese and Chinese (for example, 1 million is expressed as "one hundred ten-thousands"). And I think the saying originally comes from Chinese. It all must have come directly from my subconscious. :)
I think there may yet be a job for you at INDEC!John
I particularly like conclusion to the Wikipedia entry for “A picture is worth a thousand words”:Following the old saying: "A picture is worth a thousand words", Ben Tamari added, as a combination of metaphors and fractals:'A metaphor is worth a thousand pictures'and'An allegory is worth a thousand metaphors'John
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