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Woodward, please, does 'to put in their five cents' mean 'to agree fully?

Uh, little ashamed here, mountain Aconcagua, yes, in Argentina.

Do you know why here in the member list some names are witten in grey and others in blue?

Yes, racism and classism, so silly and harmful things.

ah, and tks for 'it helps + -ing + pp' (it helps having visited) and for 'to look down upon'. Emotion: smile tks a lot
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'to put in their five cents' means that someone gives their opinion without being asked it.
(In this case I would LIKE to know people's opinions).
Ashamed? Why? Many people don't even know that it exists or what continent it is in.
YOU DO! So that is saying something!
The names in grey are the moderators. We can edit and delete posts. We are the ones that make sure everything runs smoothly and that no abuse enters.
But I am saying the names in the member list, clicking above on Home Page, we all appear , I am not moderator and my name is in blue, unless there is another Elena from Spain.
It means that you clicked on the name of the person at some moment before to see their stats.....
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'to put in their five cents'?! would like to know if it is a standard expression, Woodward. I have heard two cents but never heard five cents before.
Sometimes it can be 2 cents or five cents or even 2 pence (sometimes in England). Basically a small amount, it depends on the country or the area I suppose.
Thanks Woodward, though I guess only cents and pence are acceptable. But that's only my two rupiahsEmotion: wink
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Rupiahs!
Is rupia the currency in Indonesia? Which other countries have rupia? I think Pakistan, India?
What do we know about Indonesia? Huge population and..? I am all ears.
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