Monday, June 29, 2009

Friends award...



This award is from Diaane. Everyone who comes here can have one because I'm sharing it. It means a lot to me. I consider all of us blogging buddies, anyway.

Here's what Dianne said about me: "Lil Lambie...you too are a lovely girl, so sweet and innocent, you don't have much to say but what you do say means a lot to me and I'm pleased to call you my friend."

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

no comments yet?? strange...
you know i am your friend, LL...

Little Lamb said...

No, it's not strange. I just did this. Maybe everybody is too shocked I posted because I haven't posted in a while.

Anonymous said...

i am carmen and atill anonymous...
i know my password but they don't like it...hmm:(

Anonymous said...

don't tell me you use green mascara on your avatar eyelashes...:):)

Little Lamb said...

I don't know why they don't like your password. Stuff happens.

Maybe my eyes look green.

foam said...

that was a nice thing for dianne to do.
she's a lovely girl herself ..

Little Lamb said...

Yes it was, and yes she is.

/t. said...

wow!

carmen
is Anonymous?!?

i've been seeing her all over the internet for years!

that is so cool, carmen

(you too, LL)

¤ ¤ ¤

/t.

dianne said...

I'm so pleased you like your award Lil Lamb and you are very deserving because of your sweet and generous nature. ♡

Little Lamb said...

/t. Carmen is anon for now.

Dianne, I try.

Anonymous said...

i like being anonymous, /t and LL...it's so good to pass unnoticed:)

Anonymous said...

anonymity is hard to learn, /t..

ll,i am anon? hmm...am i bothering you then?/:(:(

Anonymous said...

An example: Suppose that only Alice, Bob, and Carol have the keys to a bank safe and that, one day, the contents of the safe are missing (without the lock being violated). Without any additional information, we do not know for sure whether it was Alice, Bob or Carol who opened the safe; the perpetrator remains anonymous. In particular, each of the elements in {Alice, Bob, Carol} has a 1/3 chance of being the perpetrator. However, as long as none of them has been identified as being the perpetrator with 100% certainty, we can say that the perpetrator remains anonymous.

Anonymity is not an absolute. That is, the degree of anonymity one enjoys may vary. In the above example, if Carol has an ironclad alibi at the time of the perpetration, then we may deduce that it must have been either Alice or Bob who opened the safe. That is, the probability of the elements {Alice, Bob, Carol} of being the perpetrator is now 1/2, 1/2, and 0 respectively. This clearly amounts to a reduction of the perpetrator's anonymity (i.e. although the perpetrator still remains anonymous, it is now more likely than before that (s)he is either Alice or Bob).

/t. said...

yes...

but what about ted?

bob & carol & ted & alice

you forgot that ted also may have a copy of that key... this changes everything!

/t.

puerileuwaite said...

I just want to go on record that I did NOT bribe Dianne to include you in her friends award list.

Skunkfeathers said...

Well done, LL...and no, that's not a BBQ request ;)

Little Lamb said...

Pug, that makes it even better. I earned it then! :-)

Skunky, thanks Skunky! :-)

boneman said...

you d'girl, Lil Lamb!

Anonymous said...

he he...rephrase the example your own way, /t... if you can

of course there is always a ted with a key...but it's absurd:);)(the key)

Anonymous said...

and /t...
ted might think:"Anonymity is a result of not having identifying characteristics (such as a name or description of physical appearance) disclosed. This can occur from a lack of interest in learning the nature of such characteristics, or through intentional efforts to hide these characteristics. An example of the former would include a brief encounter with a stranger, when learning the other person's name is not deemed necessary. An example of the latter would include someone hiding behind clothing that covers identifying features like hair color, scars, or tattoos, in order to avoid identification."

he may have a key but he doesn't want to have his tattoos unveiled

Little Lamb said...

Boney, thank you, boney! :-)

Anon, Silly Carmen.

Anonymous said...

my anonymity destroyed your blog, i see, LL...;):)

Anonymous said...

ruined it...:);)

Anonymous said...

almost shattered it...

/t. said...

utterly

Little Lamb said...

Oh no! What ever shall I do?

carmen racovitza said...

let me fix it, LL...:);)

Little Lamb said...

I don't know if that's a good idea or not.

carmen racovitza said...

HAHAHAHHHHAAAAHHAAAAHHHAHAHAHAAAAA

Little Lamb said...

Carmen, you've remembered your password. :-)