Hello --

On Tue, 30 Apr 2002 Marco_Bianciardi / cariverona.it wrote:

>
> I'm looking at the beauty of this linguistical joke:
>
> are you usual to say:
>
> "EAT, EXCEPT WHEN YOU ARE NOT HUNGRY"
>
> or
>
> "EAT, WHEN YOU ARE HUNGRY"

Interesting.  To me, though, a variable called "unchanged" is not
the same (stylistically) as the expression "not changed" or
"! changed".  So I'd compare it more to:

  eat unless sated


David

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