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    Quote Originally Posted by dubord207 View Post
    I had the very good fortune of spending a year and half in Vienna Austria while in college. While my German isn't perfect by any stretch, I still know how to order another beer, and ask for an attorney to be present for any furthur questioning.
    Sheesh! I had the very good fortune of spending 7 years in Belgium - the beer "mecca" of the world. I can vividly remember having Stella Artois delivered to our doorstep in wooden crates...

    (Speaking of Austria... I "popped the question" to RULOST2? in Saltzburg,
    Austria! She said "yes", and we honeymooned in Paris. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Team V3 View Post
    Sorry, I only speak two languages. English and bad English. (No I do not mean the cheesy 80s band either.)
    Not heard of Bad English from the 80's, but I have heard of Modern English.
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    sings<<<
    When I see you smile, I can face the world. OOOOHhhh, Yea I can do anything. Yeah.

    Totally 80's, baby!

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugTPZeo3Lps

    so you can share in the singing....

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe? View Post
    Sheesh! I had the very good fortune of spending 7 years in Belgium - the beer "mecca" of the world. I can vividly remember having Stella Artois delivered to our doorstep in wooden crates...

    (Speaking of Austria... I "popped the question" to RULOST2? in Saltzburg,
    Austria! She said "yes", and we honeymooned in Paris. )
    How romantic! That must have been way before you got your journeyman curmudgeon license

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    Quote Originally Posted by ltlindian View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugTPZeo3Lps

    so you can share in the singing....

    I am so embarrassed to say I used to like this song.

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    Default Wow that's a lot of hair!!

    That's John Waite! I too used to like him as well. Love the 80's music.
    Happy Trails!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainiac1957 View Post
    That's John Waite! I too used to like him as well. Love the 80's music.
    Hmmm . . . now I'm picturing Brad back in the 1980s . . . wearing parachute pants and Miami Vice pastel shirts.
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    lol I had the long hair but no on the Miami Vice Pastel look. And yes, I remember when this song first came out. lol It was John Waite and Neal Schon(sp) from Journey on guitar.
    "Keep on reaching for the stars. You may find that someday you can pull yourself out of the gutter."

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    Sheesh! Can't believe that this thread has gone WAAAAY off topic. And I see that I probably hijacked my own thread! LOL!

    (But looking back through this thread, there's more to the story of RULOST2? and me. We got married in the little village of Maisieres, Belgium in a civil ceremony, conducted entirely in French. We had no idea what was going on, although we took Dutch friend with us who could translate and tell us what to say, what to do and where to sign. LOL!

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