thrawn sletjes

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  1. Csillan_girl Force Ghost

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    Thrawn sletje checking in!! :p

    Pelly said I should post this here, she thought you'd enjoy it! It's from the newspaper I read this morning.

    "This year, Germany and the whole world are celebrating the Albert-Einstein-year. The physics-world star with the highly complicated theories once asked: "How come that no one understands me, but everyone likes me?" When George W. Bush, who starts his second term in office today, heard that, he put away his cola-light-can, and murmured: "This guy, what was his name again, Einstein, has got problems; No one understands me, either, but almost no one likes me where the guy is coming from." Having become curious, Bush, who does not like reading, especially nothing difficult, asked his highly intelligent first-help-lady Condoleezza Rice about this: "Who was Einstein? What about his E=mc2?" Mrs. Rice thought about it for a short time, then thought: "He'll never get it anyway", so she explained the famous formula this way: "Europe=many cowards per m2". Bush, finally having understood something, nodded happily."
  2. Jaina_Mirax Ex CR North-Germany and GSFF RSA

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    LOL
    Wo haste dat denn nu her? (Welche Zeitung meine ich)
  3. Pepijn Jedi Master

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    Csillan-girl, are you always making fun of mentally challenged people?
  4. Csillan_girl Force Ghost

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    No, only of Bush. ;)

    J_M: Ist aus der Rheinischen Post von gestern, 1. Seite, "links aussen". Ich musste das einfach posten!
  5. CLONE_COMMANDER Jedi Master

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    go talk german somewhere else!
  6. Pepijn Jedi Master

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    Hilfe, die Deutschers haben das Niederlandische forum ingenommen!
  7. Pelly-Welly Jedi Grand Master

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    Drama. :p

    Be glad some females dared to come into this place. :p
  8. Pepijn Jedi Master

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    Of course, I am still here too you know... :p
  9. CLONE_COMMANDER Jedi Master

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    where are ze german zlutz!
  10. Pelly-Welly Jedi Grand Master

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  11. CLONE_COMMANDER Jedi Master

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    lolz
    mit meinem fahrrad sicher
  12. Csillan_girl Force Ghost

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    *comes into the thread, riding C_C's bike* :p
  13. Pelly-Welly Jedi Grand Master

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    How did we end up talking about bikes?

    Uh. Uh...[face_whistling]
  14. Jaina_Mirax Ex CR North-Germany and GSFF RSA

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    dutch bikes are soooo old-fashioned... I love it! During 4 days of Amsterdam I only saw 3 mountainbikes/trekkingbikes. The rest were...well yeah.. Holland-Räder... It's great! (some stereotypes are so true :p ) :D
  15. CLONE_COMMANDER Jedi Master

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    well thats because those bikes are less likely to get stolen, I myself ride a mountainbike and it has never been stolen since i bought it 5 years ago....it just depends on how criminal the city is where you live...and thos old fashioned ''oma''fahrraden are only populair among youngsters because they are indestructable and you can paint them in anyway you like or something:p I dont like them myself!

    so far my personal view on ''ze bike''
  16. Jaina_Mirax Ex CR North-Germany and GSFF RSA

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    lol yeah. the postcard I sent home had a pic of crane (on a boat) fishing bikes out ouf the grachten. title: "stolen bikes"

    my sis and I each have a MTB, but we have another one that we share...not exactly a Holland-Rad, but kinda similar...she calles it Party-Hopper, I call it Uni-Mobile. Perfect if you go somewhere you don't dare to take your "good" MTB (or if you're drunk and don't want to risk slamming 700? into a car/wall/whatever)

  17. Pelly-Welly Jedi Grand Master

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    I have such an oma-bike (literally grandma-bike, lol). They're really strong, so excellent for school and such.

    I took it with me to France, lol, that was pretty funny.
  18. CLONE_COMMANDER Jedi Master

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    lets open a bike-thread shall we? where everyone posts his/her bike :p
  19. Pelly-Welly Jedi Grand Master

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    I don't have pics of my bike :(
  20. Jaina_Mirax Ex CR North-Germany and GSFF RSA

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    i could go and take pic of my bike... hmmm. actually i think i will do that. you never know when you need it ;)
  21. CLONE_COMMANDER Jedi Master

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    sweet I dont have a pic of my bike either, but I will search one:p
  22. Jaina_Mirax Ex CR North-Germany and GSFF RSA

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    There you go: http://www.geocities.com/math_sucks_2000_1999/bike.html
  23. CLONE_COMMANDER Jedi Master

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    crazy germanz, i thought they rode this :

    http://www.geocities.com/math_sucks_2000_1999/img_3393.jpg
  24. Jaina_Mirax Ex CR North-Germany and GSFF RSA

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    you don't seriousely think we have snow, do you?
  25. Pelly-Welly Jedi Grand Master

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