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ie the things above the 2 on a keyboard - "
Not my fault you colonial-types have dodgy keyboards! I thought we had finally got around to uniformity on keyboards - is it shift little finger rhs + one more to the right? Cos that is where our @ is. What do you have above the 3? We have a pound sterling sign?
Didn't you lot get a directive from the commissars in Brussels to destroy all keyboards that had a Lira sign on them?BTW, that's Boston Harbor
Now you have me thinking what was the Lira sign? - our pound sign is just a stylised L and both word have the same derivation, I wonder if the sign was the same. Trouble is that when an englishman (or possibly even an expatriate scot who has forgotten how to spell harbour) was in Italy before the Euro you spent all your time trying to divide by 1700-1900, and tended not to notice what was in front of the huge figure
Actually, it's Bahston Hahba.