Okay, I gave it a listen. It's got a catchy tune, and there's some potential there, but the problems with the vocal harmonies are very distracting. Anyways, like you said, it's rough, so still needs a bit of polish. :)
Ah! Thank you!
What's funny, is that the lead singer was doing all the vocals.
Disclaimer: Note that I don´t say Paul is a Nazi. Just sayin´Stefan
With a name like Ackerman.. no one would blame you. ;)
But, no... I'm not a Nazi. I received the items from my employer as for lack of a better word... a bonus. I helped clean out one of the buildings and he had a lot of personal items stored in the back. I was given them as a sort of thanks.
The above items along with two maps of Germany from 1940 and 1941. They say
At the top is the emblem of the iron eagle with the swastika witht he initials DDAC
Yes, all three daggers have the swastika emblem.
These images are not of the ones I have.. but are of the same daggers... for the most part.
He also gave me some stamps - I can't seem to find images of them.. but there are four or five different ones.. bearing Hitlers image or the Swastika..
Along with those there is a card with what appears probably a first edition printing of a stamp that was never sent. Again.. personal pictures will be taken when I am able.
Some US first printing stamps as well.. Two First day of issue programs (for lack of a better word) with the eight cent US Air Mail Robert H Goddard stamp.
Also... a US War Ration Book with four full pages of ration stamps still in it.
The bills are very varied and there are a lot of them. So, rather than try to hunt down images I'll wait until I have image making capabilities.
I have quite the collection of old bills from germany - a lot from around 1923 although they go up through the 40s as well.
Question 1 - Do they retain their noted value? 1 billion mark = 1 billion mark
Question 2 - are they valuable at all?
Question 3 - if I provide images etc.. could you give me an idea?
From his site;
Today my heart is broken, Ronnie passed away at 7:45am 16th May. Many, many friends and family were able to say their private good-byes before he peacefully passed away. Ronnie knew how much he was loved by all. We so appreciate the love and support that you have all given us. Please give us a few days of privacy to deal with this terrible loss. Please know he loved you all and his music will live on forever.
- Wendy Dio
- There were rumors going back and forth. This is apparently true...
As a native maybe I can shed some light on what Indy holds in store.
If you're downtown... you're pretty much square. Example; I've worked security all around Indy late late at night all by myself. Never had any issues. Once while working late at Conseco I watched as this little white girl... maybe 5'5 110 pounds (at most) was jogging happily by herself all around downtown.
Overall, you can be pretty much anywhere in Indy and not have too many problems throughout the year. During Con time IPD steps it up a bit too.
EDIT: On other basics.. in Indy there isn't any fauna that'll get you. If you go in the country of Indiana there is poison ivy etc.. that can irritate you.
Animals that may try to eat you or ruin your vehicle are also in the country.
Hoosiers are a pretty friendly bunch. There are ofcourse a+!#*#!s that differ from this.. but eye-contact is good. But, not necessary.
Gift giving and receiving.. maybe turn down once.. then say you sure? and take it. Is about as gracious you need to be.
Crimson Jester wrote:
I was just commenting that 2ed had a lot of tables. Which I always thought were awesome.
No need for edition wars :D
This was an amazing thread to come back to. I did however spend my time spending 150.00 to send 250 pounds of Paizo goodness to my new place in New Mexico.
This thread also shows why Paizo is above and beyond better than any other company in the world. Yes. The world. What other company would joke like that?