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If them books are in good nick, sell them and buy a nice sdr..( thats not saying yours is not a nice sdr by the way.)
On 15 Nov 2021, at 22:18, Nick Hall-Patch via groups.io <nhp@...> wrote:
I was thinking about digging out (my children's) old Asterix books to
round out this thread. Of course "my children" are
long grown up now, but guess who still has the books?
At 22:00 2021-11-15, Siegfried Jackstien wrote:
No ... sure not with a world cup
but with dents in their helmets ... ever seen asterix and the
Here in northern germany we made it similar (hit the helmets) ,but with
no "magic drinks from miracoulix" :-)
Am 15.11.2021 um 22:46 schrieb Andrea Dalbagno:
...with the World Cup in our
bag, like in 2006.
Il lun 15 nov 2021, 22:33 Siegfried Jackstien
siegfried.jackstien@...> ha scritto:
- AND WE (the lower saxonian) hit the italian intruders on their head
when they came over the "teuto", gave them a kick and brought
them back to rome :-)
- dg9bfc sigi
- dg9bfc sigi
- Am 15.11.2021 um 06:21 schrieb Simon Brown:
- English comes from middle German through various sources â€“ Vikings,
low countries, etc.
- Simon Brown, G4ELI
<main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of jdow Sent: 15
November 2021 04:41 To:
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Shaded area under the Spectrum
- I thought Dutch was am absurd mashup of German, Frisian, and English.
- On 20211114 04:54:26, Brian Morrison wrote:
On Sun, 14 Nov 2021 13:49:36
and Simon lived in Switzerland where they speak a "funny
german slang" hi
I thought that was Holland?
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