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ups, sorry about that, CJ

*redresses*


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gooood morning FaWtL,

Dwarfling is grumpy this morning, usually he is a happy baby in the morning :-/

hopefully our breakfast visit to my dad will cheer him up

I need a good humored dwarfling for baby swimming


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Rawr! wrote:
aeglos wrote:

Taig,

is your daugther back home?

how was here stay over here ?

how did she like Germany ?

She will be back home on Saturday (and hopefully awake enough to play some Pathfinder at the con on Sunday).

She had a great time, and she really enjoyed Germany. I can imagine her wanting to go back on her own.

and of course you will acompany her and you both come and visit me


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Freehold DM wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Slaunyeh wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
That looked so fixed it is not funny.
What, someone bribed Germany to try extra hard? :p
if you are not familiar with point spreads, I could see you thinking that. As someone who is, im sure there are a lot of people who lost a lot of money betting on that game on the victor alone, and even more who lost on the point spread.

well, FHDM,

obviously you do not fully comprehend the importance of soccer in Brasil. This is a tradgedy down there, these players while be on shame their whole live -and beyond.
I don'tknow if Fred can ever walk a street without a bodyguard

and that game was so fully outside of everything logically possible

no way in hell anything was fixed

a 1-2 in a group game, maybe

a SEMIFINAL, Brasil loosing a Semifinal in Brasil

a 7-1

you can not fix something like that

I think its my american appreciation of sports scores that makes this look like point shaving. A team that is about to be blanked in what many would call a lopsided match that is in their favor suddenly scoring a single goal in the last few moments of the game would be very suspicious in american football. Maybe someone who is into sports more than me can make the case better- or really prove me wrong, to be fair. Not at all saying Germany doesn't deserve it's victory and should loudly crow it, in fact. if anything, I'm suspicious of Brazil's team. To me, and this is just me, it really looks like they took a dive.

have you seen the faces of the players after the match? have you seen the people? do you know the importance of that match for the whole country?

do you know how much money the brasilian player could have made with merchandizing and commercials and sponsors if they would have become champions? now they may never get a tv commercial again

and to get that result both teams would have to work together
and there seems to be exactly 1 person on the planet betting on that result: 20$ he gets 40.000 return, not a good deal if he payed some 30 or 40 million $ on bribes

we have seen HISTORY yesterday, something unbelivable, a once in a livetime match a match like the "Mother of all matches" in 1970, "The Rain Battle of Frankfurt" in 74, "the miracle of Bern" in 54 or "the wembley goal" in 66
our team made the whole Country of Germany speechless for 30 minutes, really I think for 30 minutes not one word was spoken over here, complete awe

and my deepest respect goes to the brasilian team and people for their fairness and sportsmanship, only in defeat real character will show

have you seen the picture of the old, mustached brasilian guy crying with a copy of the trophy? there is a picture where he gave that trophy to ayoung german woman after the match - cudos, that is sportsmanship


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Freehold DM wrote:
Slaunyeh wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
That looked so fixed it is not funny.
What, someone bribed Germany to try extra hard? :p
if you are not familiar with point spreads, I could see you thinking that. As someone who is, im sure there are a lot of people who lost a lot of money betting on that game on the victor alone, and even more who lost on the point spread.

well, FHDM,

obviously you do not fully comprehend the importance of soccer in Brasil. This is a tradgedy down there, these players while be on shame their whole live -and beyond.
I don'tknow if Fred can ever walk a street without a bodyguard

and that game was so fully outside of everything logically possible

no way in hell anything was fixed

a 1-2 in a group game, maybe

a SEMIFINAL, Brasil loosing a Semifinal in Brasil

a 7-1

you can not fix something like that


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on a happier note:
when I came home 7 or 8 white storks where circling over tne village in the summer wind,
for me it still is a small wonder to see a stork, even if I see several every week
they where nearly extinct in Germany, my whole childhood I had never seen a wild stork
for my boy they will be a common sight


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and by the way:

my deepest respect for the Algeria team, you bearly had us, and you are still in the lead over all world cup matches German 1 win Algeria 2 wins

and my respect to the US team as well, great coragous performance, keep on playing and watching, USA


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Proffesor sighted !!!!!!


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the lil' Dwarfling was a real trooper today,

1.
he was very good in baby swimming and we where promoted from tadpole group to starfishy group
(where the slightly bigger kids play)

2.
we went to the shopping mall with him, he sleept in the car,was awake and happy while his mum shopped through 3 shoe shops,
then fell asleep again and gave us the opportunity to go and eat sushi ( Sabine's first sushi since we found out she was pregnant)

3.
slept on drive back and awoke happy in time to play with my dad

4.
happily watched Brasil vs Chile with me

5.
went to bed without much ado

6.
sleeps since


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17 minutes till Germany vs USA

*waves Black Red and Gold Flag*


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on the Chicken discussion:

the traditional German way to eat chicken is "Brathähnchen" in Bavaria called "Hendl" and "Broiler" in East-Germany:
a chicken minus entrails, neck. head and feet gets spiced on the skin and grilled on a rotisserie, when done and crispy it gets cut in half and sold that way, you eat your chicken half without cutlery with your hands

when you finally all come visit me we will go tothe "Brathähnchenfarm" a chicken farm with restaurant out in the woods,

they roast the chicken in the middle of the seating area on a big wood fire on cast iron "lances" and serve them with home made apple sauce and freshly backed bread


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hi everyone,

today we made redcurrant-peach-jam

and I have trimmed the boxwoods in vaguely ball-ishly forms


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my club, Bayern Munich, is now German Basketball Champion as well as German Soccer Champion and Cup Winner
First Basketball Championship in 50years


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Sabine' s mum is out of the hospital and her grandma was moved from hospital to rehab center to llearn to walk with wheeled walker


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hi everyone,

tomorrow is national holiday: Corpus Cristi
naturally I took friday off, wohoo for 4 day weekend

but it is the last nat.hol. until october 3rd: day of German unity


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and for the record:

I have not the slightest Idea what any of the people in FHDM's posts are dressed up as
( well, beside Abby from NCIS, the Redshirt and Lara Croft, and the last one only because you have to live under a rock to not recognize Lara Croft, I have never played the game)


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happy fathers day AmeriFaWtL-Fathers


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Aranna wrote:

PS: It will be more exciting to watch the women's FIFA where the USA are the world leaders.

ahem

*holds up sign listing all the German female soccer successes*


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may the best German team win

*waves black red and gold flag*


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and it is on

WORLD CUP 2014


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boy is asleep, finally

usually I aing him "wasted years" and "molly malone" and he falls asleep,

sometimes I have to add "me and bobby mc gee"

sometimes even " here comes that rainbow again"

today I had to add "silver stallion"


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Scintillae wrote:
I got the job!

Congratulations, Scint !!!!!


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DSXMachina wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Thanks everyone =)

Happy Birthday. for yesterday

*DSX is fashionably late*

oops, yeah,

belated happy birthday Orthos


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we made strawberry Jam !

because we do not have that much time this year we bought the Stawberries at the farm shop instead of the "pick yourself field" so this years batch is a bit more expensive than usual but still cheaper (and tastier) than buying jam at the supermarket


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hi everyone,

good saturday, hot and sunny

we had baby swimming and I did a lot of garden work, then barbecue at my mums

now we try to lay the Dwarfling to bed


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Maiden live \m/


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tommorow:
Kings of Leon, Mando Diao, Anthrax, Queens of the Stone Age, Nine Inch Nails

Saturday:
Slayer, Linkin Park and a lot of German big Bands (Headliner: Die Fantastischen Vier)

Sunday:
METALLICA


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yay for German Public Broadcast

full coverage of "Rock am Ring" Festival

just watched: The Offspring
now: Volbeat
then: IRON MAIDEN \m/ *bangs head* \m/
last today: Korn


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Kruelaid wrote:
I am chork the king of pork. I have writer's block. My family is blocking me from writing, and I ain't billing my client. GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Krue !!

long time no see.

how are you ?


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@taig

everything ready for your daughters big trip?

will her hosts pick her up at the airport?

she will be here for the start of the worldcup, even if she is not intetessted in soccer she really must go to a public viewing or a private match party,it is one of the most German things to do


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we will bring the boy to my mum now and go two hours to a Spa, spending quality-couple-time


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goooood mooooorning FaWtL,

Ascention Day and Fathers Day in Germany

Happpy German Fathers Day FaWtL fathers

I got a nice package with a bottle of a favorite beer (Schlappeseppel Specialitäts Bier) my favorite crisps (NicNacs) and a foto-collage of pics with me and the boy in a frame for my workdesk


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happy birthday Patrick !


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Bitter Thorn wrote:

Bad news on the Dad front. Dad is back in the ICU, and we don't know why. I recently got back from the hospital, but we are waiting on a zillion tests.

On the bright side, Dad is basically too weak to talk, but when I scolded him for fighting his CPAP he smiled and flipped me off. He's still in that broken shell some where, and he hasn't given up yet. ;)

damn, many positive waves to you and your dad, BT


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some recent pics of the lil Dwarfling

password: Aeglos


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the Dwarflings first "solid" food week with parsnips is done

tomorrow he gets an upgrade to carrots

the week after that it will be pumpkin

than all three vegetables mixed with potatos for a at least one week

and after that, finally, meat will be added to the mix


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Marlon and me had baby swimming for the first time today, he was neutral, no crying no laughing

we showered him for the first time as well, he liked that more than the swimming


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Freehold DM wrote:
lynora wrote:

I have graduation in the morning...finally finished with my associate's degree. :)

To celebrate, we're going to see Godzilla afterwards....everything is better with kaiju. :D

beats sword against shield

AWWWWWWWWWRRRRRRIIIIIIGGGGGHHHTTTTT!!!!!!!!

Also, congratulations on the college thing.

Double also, glad to hear about your dad, BT. I'm sorry to hear about your grandfather, Orthos.

big +1 on all parts


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kid sleeps :-)


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Freehold DM wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
Getting married. Sorry, ladies.
CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!

+1 CONGRATS, HD


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goooood morning FaWtL

my back is less hurting and I can move almost normal again, yeah for a good physical therapist


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MAYOR MILESTONE ACHIEVED:

Marlon got his first few spoons of complemantary food - mushed cooked parsnips

he had looked a bit shoked at first but swallowed and allowed more spoons to enter his mouth

needless to say we videoed the event


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David M Mallon wrote:

Spoilered for personal drama / angry frustration / wall of text:

** spoiler omitted **

that sucks Shiny,

but not everyone is mature at 25. thing is, I could have been case 2 at that age, I was a whiny, insecure, immature boy at that age, I guess I have become a confident, happy and reasonable man at the end of my tweenties.
strange thing: most of my best and closest friendships where formed at that insecure time


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hi everyFaWtL,

today is our first wedding anniversary

we went to Paradise ( it's an Italian Restaurant) and my dad watched the dwarfling


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Bitter Thorn wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:

2762 missed. Y'all are slowing down.

I hope everyone is doing well.

I had to bolt from my project in AZ because Dad is in ICU. Hopefully he will be upgraded soon, but he is looking at a long hard recovery at best.

Take care all!

Dad went in to get some fluid drained for early congestive heart failure, and blew out an ulcer nobody knew he had. It's lucky he was in the hospital, but He was minutes away from dying.

I'm trying to work the problems with my sister.

We are both exhausted.

sad to hear that, BT

Sabines grandma is in hospital as well, she had back surgery and has liver problems but her health is slowly improving


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hi everyone,

we are back home from our 4 day weekend with friends in the Rhön Mountains

we had a great house and a very good time

the 3 young girls where totally smitten by Marlon and he loved it

Marlon has learned to really hold stuff, like his favorite, a plush duckling which he now holds and cuddles in his arm


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Rawr! wrote:
Hey aeglos!

hi Taig

*waves*


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BluePigeon wrote:
DSXMachina wrote:
Naked Germans?
Javoll! Deutschland uber alles!

please don't use that phrase,

it is from the first stanza of the "song of the Germans" by Friedrich heinrich Hoffmann zu Fallersleben
and was used by the Nazis as National Anthem. To sing that is only done by neo-nazis. and the phrase is only used by them.

We use only the third Stanza "unity and justice and freedom, for our German fatherland" as anthem today

first stanza:
Germany, Germany above everything,
Above everything in the world,
When, for protection and defense, it always
takes a brotherly stand together.
From the Meuse to the Memel,
From the Adige to the Belt,
|: Germany, Germany above everything,
Above everything in the world! :|

third stanza:

unity and justice and freedom
For the German fatherland!
For these let us all strive
Brotherly with heart and hand!
Unity and justice and freedom
Are the pledge of fortune;
|: Flourish in this fortune's glory,
Flourish, German fatherland! :|


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me and my colleges today made a outlook appointment for christmas market in Frankfurt including meeting place and hour - for december the 5th !!
is that strange or just very very German ?


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happy Easter Monday everyFaWtL,

we had my dad and his wife and Sabines mum over for big easter dinner.

we roasted a duck (handraised and butchered by Sabines uncle)

Marlon got a swing set, it will see good use in the summer I guess

after sone rin the sun is out. time for a afternoon walk with the baby stroller

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