At 8/5/12 09:20 AM, Bahamut wrote:
At 8/5/12 07:04 AM, Haggard wrote:
Yeah, you do that.
At 8/4/12 02:23 PM, Bahamut wrote:
I should at least try to get back to reviewing games/movies.That reminds me, I still have some reviewing to do for the RRC.
I didn't do it. :(
Well, I want to come back at least to GB, but I don't know when my next stay in England will be. But I still have to visit London, since all I've seen so far was Heathrow Airport and Gatwick Airport (and Gatwick Airport isn't even in London), so chances are very high I will be visiting England again during the next few years. ^^Hey, what about whenever the next London meet will be going on?
Depens on when it will happen.
Sunny today but I'm not too hot inside.
Rained in the morning, hot in the evening. Fuck this!Raining all the time yesterday, cloudy today.
"One more rainy day..."
Oh well, at least we had some sunny days so far, unlike last year, where it was raining all the fucking time.
I mean, what does this place do that they don't?
Yeah, those places seem a lot cooler than this dump.But they only seem to be that way, I think.
I guess it's always hard to really judge a place from the outside. To me, living in Scotland seems to be like a cool thing. But I can imagine that some people might be fed up with this place because of various reasons.
At 8/5/12 10:17 PM, darknessdweller wrote:
Now, I've said enough. I'm cleaning out my inbox, if you wish to know anything further. Have a nice night, all.
I guess everyone does some stupid things that they will regret sooner or later. On the other hand, some people keep continuing to do stupid things. Since you regret your actions, I guess that makes you less stupid than those people that continue to do stupid things. ;)
At 8/6/12 04:40 AM, Coop wrote:
At 8/5/12 07:04 AM, Haggard wrote:
I don't recall people having to show massive outpourings of public grief, when the leader of the GDR passed away, or that everyone had to display a picture of their Eternal Leader, or Beloved Leader in their homes. Still, I've lived in neither, so would only know from what i have seen from biased news reports.
At 8/4/12 05:51 AM, Coop wrote:
Even more harsh? I can't imagine how this should be possible. As far as I know, there was only one brand for each product in the GDR, and commercials wheren't allowed.
I would assume so, only a little more harsh, from what I've heard.
So, kind of like how it was in the GDR.
Yes - brands officially endorsed by the state.
Do they even HAVE brands in North Korea?
At 7/31/12 01:20 PM, Haggard wrote:
I once read that people bought many many tooh brushes, when there where rumours that the only factory that produced them was about to be closed down.
Yeah, I guess they where still fed up with all those pictures of Adolf, that where about everywhere, so it wouldn't have been a smart move to tell people to put up pictures of the socialist party. But I'm pretty sure that pictures of Ulbricht and Honecker where on display in public buildings.
I'm looking forward to the ladies' hammer throw, as the British entrant is a former ballerina and she actually looks quite attractive... for a hammer throwing woman.
It'll even out - as we go, the teams with relatively few medals will clump together at the base of the table, while nations like the US, China, GB Germany, France, Australia and South Korea will make their moves toward the top.I don't see any events coming up where team germany really has a chance to grab the gold medal. Silver for Lilli Schwarzkopf was a huge surprise in Heptathlon. I was hoping for a gold medal in discus, but the best german lady only ranked 5th. Now let's hope for hammer throw and men's discus throw...
I was watching women's weight lifting (because gymnastics where on at th eother TV station). Weight category: 58kg. Those women looked very petite, but I don't think I could lift as much weight as they did. :o