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_sick_driver_
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# Posted: 23 Aug 2004 06:59
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muhahahaha thats right. In Saskatchewan we don't use daylight savings time. :P heh heh heh :)
owww :[ lucky :P

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Guido
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# Posted: 10 Oct 2004 01:07
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[name]: Guido
[birthday]: 09/12/61
[location]: Molenstede - Diest (Flanders - Belgium)
[more then one word that describes me]: maybe I am crazy (my oldest son would say : surely )
[hobbies]: used te be mountaineering, now Ruslana and Ukrainan

Guido
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# Posted: 10 Oct 2004 02:27
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Dear Christiane, I am 2 years older then you,
but as the english say : You're as old as you feel yourself to be.

Schoene gruesse aus Flandern.
Guido

Naluna
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# Posted: 10 Oct 2004 17:01
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Guido
omg I've been reading ur posts in the other threads n I had the feeling u weren't older than 19.. *rolling eyes* ..

susanne
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# Posted: 10 Oct 2004 17:58
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name: Susanne
date of birth: septembre 11th 1981
location: The Netherland, Noord-Holland
Hobbies: playing the trumpet, field hockey

Christiane
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# Posted: 10 Oct 2004 18:21
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Guido
Dear Christiane, I am 2 years older then you,
Ja, das hab ich auch festgestellt ;-) Mein Mann ist übrigens auch Jahrgang 1961

Right, I´ve noticed that ;-) Btw, my husband is the same age as you are.

but as the english say : You're as old as you feel yourself to be.
You´re so right :-) In Germany, we would say: Man ist so alt, wie man sich fühlt.

Viele Grüße aus
Südwestdeutschland

Sassy
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# Posted: 10 Oct 2004 19:11
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Christiane
Don't really know why I'm writing this, I just came to think about it and also I remembered that you are from Germany. My friend reads German in school, and she thinks it it sooo hard!

I suppose it's not interesting for anyone but I got bored :P

Christiane
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# Posted: 10 Oct 2004 19:21
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Sassy
I suppose it's not interesting for anyone
It is interesting.........I´m interested in languages anyway and I already had some discussions about, what you wrote. I heard several people saying the same as you did and when I think about it, I have to say, that you´re right. Of course, it´s not easy to enable in someone, who´s mother tongue is not German, cause we are used to our language and don´t think about the difficulties of the German language. I think, it´s just the same thing with the Swedish language.......you are used to speak it and don´t have to care about the grammar.

susanne
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# Posted: 10 Oct 2004 19:36
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Christiane,
Wenn dich verscheidenen sprachen interessiert, kannst du Sprachwissenschaft studieren. Ich habe das studiert und ich muss noch einigen monate und dann bin ich fertig. Oder vielleicht buecher darueber lesen. Wie macht mann eigenlicht ein umlaut mit dem computer? Und ein ringel-ss?

Christiane
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# Posted: 10 Oct 2004 19:54
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susanne
Ich hatte einmal den Berufswunsch, als Dolmetscherin zu arbeiten. Dazu ist allerdings ein Studium notwendig und mir haben die schulischen Voraussetzungen dafür gefehlt.....bedeutet, dass ich kein Abitur habe. Jetzt wäre es dafür ohnehin zu spät, da ich die 40 bereits überschritten habe. Wenn ich die Möglichkeit gehabt hätte, zu studieren, hätte ich wahrscheinlich eher noch Musik studiert.
Leider weiss ich auch nicht, wie man hier auf Umlaute umstellen kann.

susanne
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# Posted: 10 Oct 2004 20:35
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Was ist ein Dolmetscherin? Deutsch ist nicht meine Muttersprache.
Ich haette auch durueber nachgedacht um Musik zu studieren. Ich spiele Trompete, aber ich bin gut fuer ein amator, aber das ist leider nicht genug.

Christiane
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# Posted: 10 Oct 2004 21:24
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susanne
Was ist ein Dolmetscherin?
I mean, an interpreter.

aber ich bin gut fuer ein amator, aber das ist leider nicht genug.
I know, that the basic instrument is the piano, so someone, who wants to study music, should be able to play the piano and a second instrument very well. I started to play the piano at the age of 4, got lessons, when I was around 6 years of age, but I stopped, when I was 13. I also played the recorder and the violin, but gave up also. Later on I started to play the oboe. But my knowledges about these instruments are not good enough for musical studies.

susanne
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# Posted: 11 Oct 2004 15:18
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Well, I don't think I will be able to learn to play the piano, because your hands have to work seperately. i remember someone trying to teach me how to play the drums, but my hands didn't work seperately. By the way, I like German music too Nina Hagen, Udo Lindenberg etc. In the Netherlands they want to pass a bill that will force radiostations to broadcast a certain percentage of Dutch and European music to stimulate the European market, because most products are American. I think that's a very good initiative. I hope we will hear Ruslana more often in the future.

Canadiankid
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# Posted: 11 Oct 2004 15:23
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susanne
In the Netherlands they want to pass a bill that will force radiostations to broadcast a certain percentage of Dutch and European music to stimulate the European market, because most products are American. I think that's a very good initiative. I hope we will hear Ruslana more often in the future.

they already have something like that here in canada... i think if i remember correctly, at least 33% of the content on radio and tv has to be canadian. Its a way of making sure that canadian artists have a chance in the market, and arent overpowered by american commercialism. im glad for it, and i hope they are able to do the same in the netherlands :D. good luck

Christiane
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# Posted: 11 Oct 2004 15:31
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susanne
In the Netherlands they want to pass a bill that will force radiostations to broadcast a certain percentage of Dutch and European music to stimulate the European market, because most products are American.
I´m not sure, if I got that really. I recently got, that some German musicians.........Udo Lindenberg as well............fight for German songs being played by radiostations more often, cause songs with lyrics in English are played mostly. In that context I remember reading somewhere, that the radiostations in France have to play French songs. Well, I don´t remember of any German singer, I like.....though Wolfgang Petry is not bad, Peter Maffay had been very successful for years now and Herbert Grönemeyer is very successful as well, though I don´t like his songs as well as those from Cologne band BAP. I´m more into the music of Jean Michel Jarre, beside classical and Irish folk music.

susanne
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# Posted: 11 Oct 2004 17:03
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Good to hear, that they are alteady doing it in Canada. But does it include French songs? I remember a canadian foke-hit from the seventies. I wasn't born then, but it's still on the radio sometimes. It's sung in Canadian-French dialect and extremely difficult to understand. It's called complainte pour St. Catharine. (Excellent foke-song better than celine dion, by far.) I think that foke-music ought to be sung in dialect or with an accent. They sould never use the standard language.
Christiane I don't know any of the new German names. At the moment Rammstein is the only Germanspaeking band, we know in holland.

Esther
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# Posted: 11 Oct 2004 17:23
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[name]: Esther
[birthday]: 31 august (1986 born)
[Place of birth]: Colomo (Sri Lanka)
[location]: The Netherlands
[description]: 1 meter and 82 centimetres
[eye colour]: Brown
[hair colour]: Black
[skin colour]: Brown
[sex]: girl
[fave colour]: Blue
[one word that describe me]: I can't discribe me in one word!!:P
[hobbies]: Sing, Read, listen to music, make music (flute) and much more.

Christiane
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# Posted: 11 Oct 2004 17:42
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Esther
make music (flute)
You play the flute? That´s interesting.

obw
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# Posted: 11 Oct 2004 21:01
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susanne
In the Netherlands they want to pass a bill that will force radiostations to broadcast a certain percentage of Dutch and European music to stimulate the European market, because most products are American.

If only to cut the songs obeying Sturgeon's Law (90% of everything is crap, and sometimes I have the feeling they only import those 90 percent ;). I'm not that much for regulation, but if it causes a shift to more quality I am all for it (and not that the latest Alcazar (swedish group) single is played once more to fulfill the "Europe quote" (I mean, come on, they make nice disco music, but I don't want to hear that song thrice a day.)).

Christiane
I don´t remember of any German singer, I like
That's a tough one. How about Sebastian Krummbiegel, one of the Prinzen lead vocalists? These guys can surely sing. From my corner of music... Kraftwerk and Tangerine Dream don't qualify for good singers... Can had a Japanese who could barely speak English... Wildschwein from Grobschnitt was rather good.

The people who can sing well (and have a great voice) are not that widely known. On the other hand e.g. Sportfreunde Stiller are really not the big winners when it comes to vocal abilities (nicely put :-D), although they make nice music.

Christiane
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# Posted: 11 Oct 2004 22:15
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obw
That's a tough one. How about Sebastian Krummbiegel, one of the Prinzen lead vocalists? These guys can surely sing.
I didn´t say anything about the ability of singing related to German musicians, I just meant, that I haven´t got any favourite amongst the German singers and bands. I know, that Sebastian Krummbiegel and the other members of the Prinzen can sing, they used to be members of famous choir Thomaner.

Amy
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# Posted: 11 Oct 2004 22:29
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[name] : Amy
[birthday] : November 28
[location] : england
[description] : blonde hair blue eyes
[sex] : girl
[fave colour] : blue
[one word that describes me] : mad!
[hobbies] : msn, clothes, music, travelling

obw
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# Posted: 11 Oct 2004 23:04
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Christiane
I didn´t say anything about the ability of singing

Okay, I somehow took the wrong exit. Oops. :o|

From the people you mentioned I like Grönemeyer, but don't consider him a good singer... "individual style" comes to my mind. But I really like Grobschnitt even if they are a thing of the past.

susanne
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# Posted: 12 Oct 2004 13:26
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OBW,
I think that the problem in holland is the complete opposite. You need to find a balance. I think that the problem here is that the dj's are looking down on dutch artist. I remember that a dutch foke song was covered by an the dubliners (an Irish fokeband) and that song became a hit. You hardly heard that song on the radio, but now they have suddenly changed their opinion about that song. An other exemple, a song by a dutch artist was used as the opening track of the quinten tarantino-movie 'reservoire dogs'. the dj's suddenly liked his music, what they never did before. What you hear on the radio here doesn't represent what the poeple like. There's a lot of snobbery towards what's good music in this country.

Esther
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# Posted: 12 Oct 2004 13:35
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Christiane:
Well I don't find the flute that interestin anymore I quited taking lessons about 3 month ago but I can still flute.

Christiane
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# Posted: 12 Oct 2004 13:52
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Esther
For me, it´s lack of time. I used to start playing the oboe a couple of years ago, but a lot has changed since. So I´m quite busy at work, I have to go to conferences sometimes, cause of my secondary occupation and it happened quite often, that this was arranged at short notice, so I should have change lesson. I also don´t practice very often.

obw
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# Posted: 12 Oct 2004 20:57
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Esther
I don't find the flute that interestin anymore

What kind of flute are you playing? Recorder? "Folk" flute (like tin whistle or ńīļ³ėźą)? Or the classical German flute as played with great mastership by Ian Anderson? :)

Christiane
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# Posted: 12 Oct 2004 23:05
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obw
Just have seen this and thought about to answer ;-) The flute is Querflöte in German, recorder would be Blockflöte. Tin whistle is a kind of flute of its own......I´ve got one ;-)

The Alex man
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# Posted: 13 Oct 2004 14:01
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[name] : Alex
[birthday] : September 19 (1986)
[location] : england
[description] : Sexilicious
[sex] : man
[fave colour] : red
[one word that describes me] : amazing in every way (except that that's 4 words)
[hobbies] : learn languages for travelling, music

Esther
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# Posted: 20 Oct 2004 10:24
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Yes your right christiane querflöte in german. It's a sterling silver flute with a nice sound. I hope I say it good sterling silver the flute is not full of silver only a thin ......??..... (don't know the name for it) Sorry for my English.

Christiane
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# Posted: 20 Oct 2004 13:17
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Esther
I know, what you mean. I used to try to play the flute before, but it was hard to get used to the way, it´s being played, so I didn´t think about taking lessons in it.

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