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Old 15th October 2002, 07:54 AM   #11
Wombat is offline Wombat  Germany
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@bob4
I don´t think you are badtempered at all, are you?
"Hai" in an different context is like Sanchos and Panchos "Dummfrosch" slang,
i still like.


I didn´t work for Thomson, it was VDO/Mannesmann.

btw. I like all kind of fish!!

I once watched TV and Japanese people claimed eating fish is good for
the brain.

As nothing else helpes me, it is the only chance to get my synapses into order
one day.

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Old 15th October 2002, 08:32 AM   #12
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I like all kind of fish, too.
Specially, the fish called Wanda.

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Old 15th October 2002, 09:05 AM   #13
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Yep,

That's a really cute one.
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Old 15th October 2002, 09:12 AM   #14
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My nephew reports that in Spain they call the English language "Hi" because we are always saying that!
I don't think it is a complement

We can take it though


In San Francisco we used to have the big trash pickup day.
It was like a big party, with people looking over other's discards and keeping them! Sadly , they stopped doing it.

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Old 15th October 2002, 09:16 AM   #15
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SAme thing over here in germany
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Old 15th October 2002, 04:04 PM   #16
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Default Re: nautic nausea

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............(fill in the name of a random fish) dice45 !
Nice insider- joke for all the germans out here

{here quote}

(you're not serious, are you????? )
serious? ....have to look that up in the dictionary ... is this a mental state or a disease?

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and hey, it was wombat who greeted me like that!!!!!!!! (third post in this thread)
..Guess he will have to live with that guilt ...

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btw, are you a turntablist? Or just DJing in general? Which style(s) do you play?
No DJaying. Only spinning records. The TT i am currently desinging/building does not allow scratching. Heavy platter with vacuum record clamping.

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PS: I'm allergical with fish!!!
and hey, the only odd thing about sharks is their bad reputation, that you increase with posts like that.
...and the other thing is that i spoil my rep with it. . Hurts me more.
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Old 15th October 2002, 11:47 PM   #17
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Default Welcome Bob4!

looks like you're going to fit right in.




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Old 18th October 2002, 04:24 PM   #18
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Wink no Segovia??!!!!!!!!

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I am surprised you do not know Julian Bream. He is not technically perfect, nevertheless he is my most preferred guitarist and lutenist. Admitted, Pepe Romero is technically perfect. But his play does not warm my heart.
No, I don't know them

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And i am even as surprised you do not know Andres Segovia.
Hey, I didnt't mention him directly, but if you read my post through again you'll see, that some of his works are on one of the CD's I listed.......

But I must admit, that I haven't heard any recordings of him play.


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He was the one who re-discovered the guitar as a concert instument for composed music. He uses to play in an utterly romantic manner.
You mean used to, don't you? He died in 1987

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...and the other thing is that i spoil my rep with it. . Hurts me more.
don't worry, that won't happen
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