At 1/14/12 06:46 AM, Coop wrote:
At 1/13/12 03:40 PM, Haggard wrote:
I do indeed - I can't help but get my Pacific Island groups confused :(
At 1/13/12 04:13 AM, Coop wrote:
You mean Samoa?
At 1/12/12 04:56 PM, Haggard wrote:
Good thing there wheren't that many border changes in the past few years. Except for the crumbling of Sovjet Russia and the spawning of many many new countries, war in ex-Yugoslawia, and of course the falling of the inner-german border. But this all happened in the 90's, so it has been quiet for some time now.Yeah, most border changes involve places out east, such as Tonga switching to the other side of the International Date Line, effectively losing a day.
Don't worry. I had to look it up as well. ;)
On the other hand, they all will now live a day longer, because they didn't had to go through December 30.I should say the 30th of December, because I'm against the American way of putting the month first, i.e. December 30th.
Somewhat related question: Do you say "30th of December"? If not, what do you say? I'm confused right now...
Yes, but that wasn't my question. I wasn't sure about the "th" after the "30". But you answered this as well. Thanks. ^^
At 1/14/12 03:21 PM, Bahamut wrote:
At 1/13/12 03:40 PM, Haggard wrote:
Yeah, how dare Christmas be a major celebration at the end of the year.
At 1/13/12 12:18 PM, Bahamut wrote:
That's next week so bookings will be expensive at this point. I should have sorted out my nights staying somewhere sooner but Christmas gets in your way.Yeah, stupid holidays! >:(
Really. What a stupid idea to put those holidays right there.
Also, the last trip to Manchester was enough for one year, especially during the winter months. I don't get how you can survive with windows that don't even shut properly. There was a terrible draft in the hostel where my brother and me stayed, even though the windows where all shut tight.Poor windows they must be.
They are. But when running around in Manchester, many houses looked like the one we stayed in. I can't imagine the windows there are any better (or at least not as tight shutting as the windows I'm used to).
However, we also walked out of the town centre, there where some more modern houses. I bet they had better windows, too.
I'm still disappointed our meetup in Liverpool didn't go to plan but when a place offered me to start working full-time for a few weeks from out of nowhere, there was no way I could have said no, especially after having been treated like shit the previous day.
Yes, that was a bit... unfortunate? I mean, you getting a job offer of course isn't unforunate, but that it got in the way of our meet up plans was. My brother liked the idea of traveling to Liverpool as well and we had more than enough time to waste. Instead we had to walk around in Manchester a lot. And worst of all: It hailed! So we couldn't really go sightseeing as well...
But at least you have a Cafè Nero about everywhere, and the Double Chocolate Fudge Cake there is real delicacy!
Both by far. If neither have improved, why bother?
Do we really want to hear more Drakkar?Only if they have improved in song writing or singing (preferrably both).
Exactly, that's why it's not a top priority for me to check out their later stuff.
I like the symphonic elements of the band.
Not in the best place there, I'm afraid.I think that's what makes their music so special.
Speaking of Haggard, I should buy more albums from them. But I realized a big flaw in my "about 2 albums every other month"-plan: I'm going to Singapore in March, so I should save up for this trip a little bit...