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Citius Altius Fortius

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  1. I never liked this "hopping" from continent to continent - why does the torch had to be flown from Greece to China and back to Europe, North-America, South-America, Africa, Asia, Oceania and back to Asia and finally to China? I don't even see it as sign of harmony - it is just a little bit torch here - a little bit torch there and a little bit torch over there - it's just marketing...
  2. It is great that the countdown clock is unveiled in Vancouver for 2010, but why must the IOC-website emphasise the manufacturer of the clock in their headline? Everybody could see it "For money makes the world go around, the world go around, the world go around. Money makes the world go around, the clinking, clanking sound of Money, money, money, money, Money, money, money, money, Get a little, get a little, Money, money, money, money, Mark, a yen, a buck or a pound, That clinking, clanking clunking sound is all that makes the world go round, It makes the world go round."
  3. Due the Olympic Games next year Bejing tries to become more international with english translated signs - it seems that they have problems with that - a "Park of Nations" became "Racist Park" Dishes are very difficult to translate a "bullfrog in a clay pot" became a "**** a bullfrog" - I wonder how they came from a "clay pot" to a "****"? cigarettes are by the way translated with "smoke"
  4. I doubt that the "world-media" will give an account of this "murder-trial" the whole time - that was just for the set open of the trial... I suppose that it will be in the news again, when the verdict is published... It is strange there is already a site about him on Wikipedia, too...
  5. nothing, but it is interesting what happens at the moment in the hosting city of the next Winter Olympics...
  6. CBC - Pickton trial set open BBC - Canada pig farmer trial to begin ARD - Kanadisches Gericht verhandelt grausige Mordserie n-tv - Prozeß gegen Serienmörder I wonder what will be published from this murder trial...
  7. It is called "TRANSRAPID" in Germany Yes, that is true - the railway line between Hamburg and Berlin was really run-downed in the time of the German division (the line between Hamburg and Berlin was before the division the fastest line - there was even a special engine for it "The Flying Hamburger") - The Flying Hamburger After reunification it was thought about to build a Transrapid line between the two cities instead to rebuild the railway line - but they said that it would become to expensive (what I do not believe) and to unhandy to support another transport system. Siemens built the line in China - and I think that is a huge mistake...
  8. I have "just" used the ICE (Inter City Express) so far. It is the best way to travel from Hamburg to Berlin. It just takes 1 1/2 hour from central station to central station. By car it takes 2-3 hours (depends on the traffic on the autobahn). By the way the new central station in Berlin is really breathtaking I just imagine G. hurdling over the tracks and engines to reach the bed.... yes - I think it is Talgo...
  9. ... and maybe buy an engine or a model house, car etc.?
  10. well Brio is very famous in Germany, too it is really fun to play with it, because it is very easy to change the tracks and change everything - I PLAYED A LOT WITH IT WHEN I WAS YOUNG!! lol - yes of course I remember the name: Miniatur Wunderland This model railway layout is really fantastic - it is so detailed - the people are searching on the layout for special details: e.g. a speed trap (the camera flashes), the suicide at a bridge, sex in a sunflower field or the dead body in the small river - every of a quarter of a hour it becomes night - then there is a fire department in a city and a fire breaks out and you see the fire cars rush to the burning house - in the scandinavian part of it - the sea is with real water and ships are driven through the water without seeing any control. Now they are building an airport with planes departure and také off - and at the same time they are building the Alps over two floors... Here are some photos: the landmark of Hamburg on the layout a detail of a race on the Köhlbrandbrücke (Hamburg) a detail from the US-part in the layout a detail of the sea in the Scandinavian part ... sex in the sunflower field
  11. Dear Mr. Puppy, when you have the first date with someone, which topic should you never ever mention, therewith it doesn't become a disaster?
  12. Sorry - I do not really understand what you mean 1.) do you have to think about it? 2.) are you not able to answer it?
  13. well - sniff - I have to get over this... Dear Mr. Puppy, I'm totally blown away from your intelligence and your good advices!!! How does it come that you are so intelligent?
  14. Since I had heard your voice in the famous "Mr. Duck" video I can't sleep anymore - I have to admit... that I have fallen in love with you... Do I have a chance to marry you, puppy?
  15. Dear Puppy, how do you know that it is Mr. Duck in your video and not Mrs. Duck?
  16. Maybe check with roltel. I watched the parade and nothing would be more popular than wearing nothing. Let me step in then! As puppy said, as a general rule the less the better (except for tattoos and piercings, in which case the more the better). Anyway, by the time you've been dancing the night away with 10,000m other sweaty bodies at the parade after party, any form of clothing tends to get too hot (and from experience, it's difficult to get tight leather briefs off after they have been molded to your body by heavy dance sweat). The various leather and bear parties in the lead up to the main event tend to have dress codes depending on the fetish. There's an old saying about Mardi Gras parties _ the more elaborate the costume, the less likely you are to "score". ... O.K. - then no rubber - do I have to get a "Prince Albert" or is a tit-piercing enough?
  17. Dear Mr. Puppy, I attend the Mardi Gras in Sydney next year. With which clothes do I have more success by the men in Australia with rubber or swimming trunks?
  18. I was declassified from cult to 'annoyance' by the Germans. Here in the German newspapers it was said that the "Puppism" is a company like "Puppy Enterprises", with a head quarters in Bermudas...
  19. Dear Dr. Puppy, sometimes I awake suddenly and my w*llie feels so strange and the sheet is wet - what happened?
  20. Is it possible to get an "ignore button" for members?
  21. ... by the way the thread with the live-chat is blocked - eusebius posted today something, but it isn´t able to be find...
  22. Dear GBMod, during our Final-live-chat - we really got problems with the board - we posted but our messages didn´t appear anymore - then suddenly some posts were double posted - what happened to the board? ... and like bigdave has already said - what will happen on the 6th July (we were just around 14 people in the live-chat)?
  23. Try www.amazon.de I actually bought a copy of it, in two parts, when I was in Germany earlier this year _ it seemed widely available. roltel is right - you can get it immediately: OLYMPIA I - Fest der Völker OLYMPIA II - Fest der Schönheit
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