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Why Shoes talk, oh just so suddenly Oct 28, 2008

Posted by herraheri in Herra the Heri.
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Just one word ahead for this web-feeling-detection machine to bring some confusion to its surely-finely-adjusted mechanical emotion detection system [coughs] Well [some paper is touched] [coughs], I [pause] feel today like I just talked to my shoe the whole night and day long [pause] well [sigh] you might consider that weird [desperate silence] but if you just had a night of plain shoe complaint you possibly would think different about that [pause] [small cough] weirdness.

Of course, from time to time I [emotion robot: follow] I FEEL (!!!) that a shoe life might be not one of the finest experiences. Getting worn out and yes [subtle silence] [gulp] then you fade away.

Well, yes. The mountains are high and valleys are deep. Shoes have to be tied. Il le faut, as some French people would have put it. However, I prefer to take the plums after my shoe-ish conversation. They are so fresh and so delicious. Even in April. I feel it.

Explode for Geysir, but in Bible style Oct 13, 2008

Posted by herraheri in M. L'éléphant.
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It is tough. Undoubtedly one of the most fascinating things to happen – the first time actually a piece of nature is going to earn money for its own well-being. On Sunday several sulfates and dioxides decided to act against the trend and participate on the exchange market. Yes. The formula is stunningly easy:

456 Geysir explosions x 99 degrees of warmth x 1.000.000 tourist busses x Edda = price for one certificate.

As it is easy to discover, growth for this highly secure investment will be more than merly extraordinary – it will come close to natural power.

However, elves and dwarfs (the latter not as conservative as you might think) decided to let potential investors swear on the Bible (namely “Genesis” and the New Testament), so nature is not gambled on dulled and obscure poesque narrative-bonds (which got lately known under the abbreviation LitBo). Consequently, buyers have to stick to the letter – especially in concerns of nature and its needs. Especially stakeholders should benefit from this elve&dwarf agreement.

By the way: As the news was published by moose-press and LitBo analysists, Geysir was reported to have doubled its explosions. Nice expectations for the future. Nevertheless.

Good to Meet Up Oct 5, 2008

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This is just were Piet Rosengrün had a nice Melange back in the Vienna days. And a nice portion of delicious sausages suisse style.