If /moo would be enough, I'd moo. But as /moo clearly wasn't enough with a four-letter word, I wrote this very useless sentence, which is, because I keep thinking about some new additions, which obviously make this sentence, which is becoming quite long now, more useless than any other sentence ever written, to this sentence, as I like useless crap, like children's television programs, trying to lick your elbow, going to lectures you've seen two weeks ago aswell and ofcourse last but not least trying to understand what girls/women think, (who doesn't?), now finished.
(You can ignore the symbol above the e, obviously)
"Then we have found, as it seems, that the many beliefs of the many about what's fair and about the other things roll around somewhere between not-being and being purely and simply." - Plato: Republic
An Internet service we have on Portugal, something like that.