Percussive maintenance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5xg8JCJ9p8Whisperwind said:performing..... what? :whatthe:
"Back off! You don't know the components!""Components! American components, Russian components all made in Taiwan!"..."I know how to fix it. Please move. I have to take you away if you don't move. I'm telling you, please move. *shoves person out of the way* This is how we fix problem in Russian space station! *grabs tool, starts beating computer with it* Because I don't want to be here anymore! *equipment starts working again after being pummelled* Yes, finally! We can go home!"
That You don't care of Yourself enough and somebody must do it for You ;DGood news friends! I am back and it seems I won't have any problems for some time from now on eace:Whisperwind said:what that should mean....?Whisperwind said:No, she just forgot :]Whisper, c'mon! Not only You want to hurt Yourself in any possible way, but also You claim You have problems with memory! xDI was off for a weekend... if I were off for a week You would probably finish in hospitalWhisperwind said:
Yea... no winter around. Seems like it had finished, eh? In two days or so should come here nice clouds from the west and bring us some snow But I wouldn't count for it much - wind is from the ocean, so it will be warm and snow will melt Now we wait for some wind from east!Whisperwind said:it's still winter by calendar, yes? because my window tells me different...
ouch! I just got a snowball right into my hot coffee mug ;DRogueRoxy said:
I'm a dedicated coffee drinker and nothing else when it comes to hot non alcoholic drinks.TheSilver said:Well, there goes the coffee. Good.Am I the only one that can't stand coffee?
The local county fairgrounds hosts an annual Oktoberfest on Labor Day Weekend here, sponsored by Hofbrau and Budweiser. The latter runs 'weiner dog' (dachshund) races in one of the barns there during the event ( http://www.bereaoktoberfest.com/index.php )Went for the first time to it this past summer and had fun. Various cultural dance groups put on performances all day long (personally, I think the Russians were the most entertaining. The Greeks, Irish and Scots were also fun to watch. Dance groups: http://www.bereaoktoberfest.com/dancing.php ), other area groups were putting on beermaking and cooking demonstrations. ....and of course, lots of good food from a German restaurant and Polskie Delikatesy that had tents set up. ( http://www.bereaoktoberfest.com/menu.php )Also hilarious was one merchant's 'Glockenspiel'. Every hour or so, they'd start playing loud music and send out performers onto the upper level to put on a silly performance, do a dance, and then fling free t-shirts and frisbees and whatnot at the crowd below. ( http://www.bereaoktoberfest.com/gallery_2008.php click on 'Midway' then on images 5-15 )PetraSilie said:I'm amazed to hear that the Bavarian Oktoberfest is known in other faaaar away continents especially in Downunder Okay, once I saw a tv reportage of the Oktoberfest overhere and they interviewed a man from Japan who wore the Bavarian traditional Lederhosen outfit and hat