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    This thread is nothing more than a place for wildcat flex his brain and hope we all drool in envy.

    I'm going to go get a drink of water.
    You can call me Charles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Synchronism is easy to understand.
    It is a child's look on things. Very healthy.
    But wrong.

    Town is an enclosure. A fence. For the pasture (< feeding of the domestic animals).
    The sheep and the cattle are safe only inside of the town.
    The person who takes care of the pasture is a pastor.
    Town is tuna in Swedish.
    The exact Germanic synonym of Haga, a Celtic word.

    A child is unaware of the events that took place before.
    She is caught in the middle of things.

    Eskilstuna is in Sweden. Haag is in Holland.
    Huopalahti is the railway station of Haga.
    The cake theft may not have been in Savonia, but in Joensuu or Kuopio. Or maybe Jamsa. I can't remember exactly, my memory fails me.

    I did not meet any gypsies - I think - but there were plenty of Somalies, just off the boat. They looked a bit lost standing about the town square.

    Synchronicity breeds fatalism; contingency and coincidence. There's a law: a miracle happens every 36 days. 3+6=9. The odd man appears.

    You are quite correct: what is healthy and what is correct are two separate things.

    I met a Swede from Eskilstuna, once. In Spain. He was blind and travelled with his sister. Your reference is the first time I've heard of Eskilstuna for a long time.

    Vauxhall is still in Lambeth, as far as I know. "Vaux" may have something to do with "folk". Halle has a symphony orchestra if I remember correctly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bananatrombones View Post
    The cake theft may not have been in Savonia, but in Joensuu or Kuopio. Or maybe Jamsa. I can't remember exactly, my memory fails me.

    I did not meet any gypsies - I think - but there were plenty of Somalies, just off the boat. They looked a bit lost standing about the town square.

    Synchronicity breeds fatalism; contingency and coincidence. There's a law: a miracle happens every 36 days. 3+6=9. The odd man appears.

    You are quite correct: what is healthy and what is correct are two separate things.

    I met a Swede from Eskilstuna, once. In Spain. He was blind and travelled with his sister. Your reference is the first time I've heard of Eskilstuna for a long time.

    Vauxhall is still in Lambeth, as far as I know. "Vaux" may have something to do with "folk". Halle has a symphony orchestra if I remember correctly.

    You have been all around Finland. More than I have.
    I have lived in Lahti, Kouvola, Uusikyl, Helsinki, Espoo, Tuusula, Vantaa, Lammi and of course, Degerby.
    But these places cover only a small portion of the country.

    Lammi was the best.
    Because it was an untouched wilderness and a primeval forest.
    Not any more.

    The bureaucrats change the landscape. Not for the better.
    They destroyed Tavastland, the heart of Finland.
    Now they change Lapland. For the tourists.

    Money changes place, too. Under the table.
    The bureaucrats get their share.
    Corruption is tax free.

    Vauxhall. The hall of the people. Of course.
    I am amazed at your acumen.

    A hall is for the people. It is a public place.
    A perfect place to hide.

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    Haha - I misread this as usual.
    Oh well - I'm glad to know where you live Wildcat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alcea rosea View Post
    Haha - I misread this as usual.
    Oh well - I'm glad to know where you live Wildcat!
    It is all right. I misread all the time.
    I may not be here long .. my landlord is selling my home.
    There is always the unexpected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Where do I live?
    I really don't give a shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    I really don't give a shit.
    It is not about where I live per se.
    The question is a metaphor.

    Door number:
    (100 - T 27) : 2

    Balance is for peace.
    Fried in Deutsch. Fred in Swedish.

    Staircase: B
    For A, B. C.

    A is on the left.
    C is on the right.

    B is better.
    Try it sometime.

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    mystic
    “Some people will tell you that slow is good – but I’m here to tell you that fast is better. I’ve always believed this, in spite of the trouble it’s caused me. Being shot out of a cannon will always be better than being squeezed out of a tube. That is why God made fast motorcycles, Bubba…”


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    UK (Ukk, like yuck)
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