The new place is filled with books and boxes, I managed to hit me with a hammer – yes, all prejudices towards spectacled desk-sitting historians must be fullfilled. My old place, where I am wrtiting this, seems to be pretty large … The “promiscous books” (LGS) fight back – the study is still in their hands and they refuse to step back. Next Saturday will see me driving and loading a transporter again. Mr. Telekom saied that it is absolutly impossible to pull the plug here and to in-pull the plug there, too simple – a technican has to see for it (and of course for the sixty Euro they want to cash in). So be it. It is a lot of work to be done besides normal business.
Today I tried to decipher a kind of bill from the 16th century. It would be helpful to know what language it is written in and other facts to its history, but the current owner does not know very much about it. Promises some fun and a nice billing. But step by step: Next step is to locate a usable bed for tonight.
A little late, but hopefully still just in time: The new “Catch of the week”. “Shocking videos” is a collection of really strange motion-picture-productions round the world. And the only source I could find, where “Blast of SIlence” is avilable. I doubt, that this man has viewed all flicks in his programm – reading his descriptions can be fun in nearly any case. Maybe you find your favorite there?
15 thoughts on “Moving 3 – Chaos reigns”
Utility technicians are the same everywhere in the world. Only here, they ask for chai-pani, money for “tea”, while for you a service charge.
Is it possible to post a couple of words from the 16th-century bill?
I was offered free cable in exchange for a date once, but I told him I don’t date techies unless they know C+ or higher. :)>(note: C+ is a programming language, not a grade on a report card.) >>“Shocking videos”>I suppose it’s no suprise that most of them are sex/violence-related. And a special catagory for Brits having sex, please, I’d rather watch a nature program. >They did not have have 1986 Japanese film I would like to own “Swallowtail” – a disillusioned young woman growing up in “Yentown”.>-P
Austere: Chai – the word for tea seems to be the same from Turkey eastward.>>Amanda: I will post a cutting from it, a nice one I promise.>>Proxima: C+, Cobol, Alogol – I do not believe that anybody still speaks this languages. “Yentown” sounds no good.
Everyone’s a commodity.>-P
I think China westward is more likely?
austere: BINGO!>>Endspurt. This Thursday, tomorrow I will have to give lessons, Saturday again a transport – hopefully all will go well, I am a little concerned. Sunday clean the old place and give away the keys on Monday.
May all go well! :)
Yes, good luck with all that!>-P
Good luck with all the details.
I know your busy Mago, but we miss you. I miss you, looking forward to a post and some comments from you mein freund.>>-P
Hi to you all – and thank you for your comments. I apologize for not posting and giving a sign. I am terrible tired, lost some of my weight and finally got all things to my new place. I can not locate any title now, but I know they are here. Mr. Telekom now does not speak to me anymore, so I do not know when they will fix my line, bastards … sorry …>I will post a new text and pictures – yesyes I will.>>I want to thank you.
Welcome back! I think anyone who’s ever moved before can understand this. Take your time. We’ll wait. :)
awful re the telephone. yup, we will wait, may nag you a little from time to time..>:)
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