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David Bryce

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Whassup. boys and girls -

 

I'm taking off for Berlin today to attend ADAM's annual end of the year meeting. It's a short trip - I'll be back on Monday night - but I have no idea how much internet access and/or time I'll have when I'm there, so I may not be posting much until next week.

 

Hopefully, brother Geoff will be available for Guest Moderator duties... :cool:

 

dB

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Originally posted by Ohtar:

will you also visit the Netherlands while you are in the neighborhood?

I wish... ;)

 

No, I'm only in Berlin, and just for a few days. I just got here, and I'm leaving on Monday morning.

 

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Guten Abend, Herr Bryce!

Wie geht's?

 

Originally posted by Dave Bryce:

Originally posted by Ohtar:

will you also visit the Netherlands while you are in the neighborhood?

I wish... ;)

 

No, I'm only in Berlin, and just for a few days. I just got here, and I'm leaving on Monday morning.

 

dB

I used to think I was Libertarian. Until I saw their platform; now I know I'm no more Libertarian than I am RepubliCrat or neoCON or Liberal or Socialist.

 

This ain't no track meet; this is football.

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Originally posted by Geoff Grace:

Jeff, I'm pretty sure Dave already has one. I think it was more a question of time and access that prompted him to ask me to fill in.

Exactly.

 

I have an iBook that works just fine...when I'm someplace where I have the time to use it and that has hi-speed internet access. Dial-up in Europe can be a drag...

 

dB

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Originally posted by CyberDefender:

Ich wissen, Dieses spät ist, aber ich dachte, dass, ich, das meine Anmerkungen sollte addieren. Getan. Ich hoffe, dass Sie Spass in Deutschland, Dave hatten. :D

 

-Jonathan

Or as they would say in English:

 

"I know this is late, but I thought that I should add my remarks. Made. I hope that you had fun in Germany, Dave." :D

Mike
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Originally posted by keynote:

[QB]

Originally posted by CyberDefender:

[qb]Ich wissen, Dieses spät ist, aber ich dachte, dass, ich, das meine Anmerkungen sollte addieren. Getan. Ich hoffe, dass Sie Spass in Deutschland, Dave hatten. :D

 

-Jonathan

 

Or as they would say in REAL German:

 

"Ich weiß, dass dies schon zu spät ist, aber ich dachte, dass ich meine Anmerkungen dennoch hinzufügen sollte. Ich hoffe, dass Sie Spaß in Deutschland hatte, Dave!"

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OT: The language barrier lives. :) My understanding is that people from Netherlands speak a combination of German and "other" languages, sort of like a German dialect of sorts. At least that's what the German's would say. :)

 

Being from PA and having visited the "Deep South" when I was in the military in the late sixties and early seventies, I would suggest that the difference in the "American dialects" is probably more pronounced between people from New England, or worse yet Boston, and the deep south, say Alabama. Things may have changed a bit since the old days, as more northern born people migrated south for warmer temperatures and "southern hospitality". It always struck me as funny when I was in the service that fast talking northerners couldn't understand slow drawl talking southerners. It was particularly funny when they were mad at each other.

 

Mike T.

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