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1. xymonau12 January 2010, 22:53 GMT +00:00

Well, it had to be done, didn't it? And since this is both the first and last post, I have won. Thank you all.

4634. xymonau17 June 2012, 8:58 GMT +02:00

Ah, no - I use a process of deduction. Man likes puns more than anything. Gen X does not like puns nor understand them. Man therefore must be old. I know you're impressed. No need for adulation. Just gimme the prize.

4635. micromoth18 June 2012, 7:59 GMT +02:00

I admit it - I'm impressed!

But the prize is mine.

4636. xymonau24 June 2012, 11:52 GMT +02:00

You ARE old. No grasp of the current reality - that is, that I have won.

And just what have you done with Gesine? You didn't kill her and hide the body did you? Only, I can't see her!

4637. gesinek24 June 2012, 20:10 GMT +02:00

Football fever, we have to manage a game for EM in Poland/Ukraine
Its in german but you can see it here:
http://www.buffen04.de

and Internetzer is the fun part
http://www.buffen04.de/wordpress

4638. xymonau25 June 2012, 10:26 GMT +02:00

Wow! You're having fun, and I'm just here winning. Not fair.

4639. micromoth25 June 2012, 22:15 GMT +02:00

@4637 Go for it Gesine! I'm sure you're having a great time.
And Dez, I'm really pleased to see you back, but I would just like to say that I am NOT old. Just mature. And still the winner.

4640. xymonau26 June 2012, 2:43 GMT +02:00

Given the time it has taken you to respond to that word, I rest my case.

Thank you, Kevin. I am pleased to be back, if only to collect my winnings.

4641. micromoth26 June 2012, 7:18 GMT +02:00

Would you please move your case. It's blocking the way to my winner's throne. And anyway, I know it's empty cos the prize is with me.

4642. xymonau26 June 2012, 7:56 GMT +02:00

Ah, the plastic decoy has caught another victim!

4643. micromoth26 June 2012, 13:24 GMT +02:00

That's not a nice way to talk about Gesine. Now, getoffer my throne!

4644. xymonau26 June 2012, 14:48 GMT +02:00

Shutuppa your face!

4645. gesinek26 June 2012, 15:35 GMT +02:00

Gesine is listening. And for I don't win anything in our game (expect expierience of course) could you be so kind to leave this prize to me?? Thank you :-)

4646. micromoth26 June 2012, 20:17 GMT +02:00

Oh Gesine, for such a courteous, gentle, peaceable request I could almost agree.

But not quite.

:-)

4647. xymonau27 June 2012, 3:48 GMT +02:00

Courtesy only wins friends in the real world.

4648. micromoth27 June 2012, 14:08 GMT +02:00

But Gesine and I are in the real world. I'll refrain from adding the obvious counterpoint...

4649. xymonau27 June 2012, 14:33 GMT +02:00

That you're only visiting it?

4650. micromoth27 June 2012, 21:57 GMT +02:00

No, we're residents in the real world. But then, I realize these are strange concepts to a foreigner such as yourself.

4651. xymonau28 June 2012, 11:07 GMT +02:00

Ah, the xenophobia has returned! You should really get a doctor to look at that.

4652. micromoth28 June 2012, 21:58 GMT +02:00

Lol! That sounds like the voice of experience...
Personally I prefer the xylophone to the xenophobia.

4653. xymonau28 June 2012, 23:56 GMT +02:00

Now there's an instrument that had its heyday in the 60s and never really returned to favour - like the piano accordion.

4654. micromoth29 June 2012, 7:06 GMT +02:00

Ah yes, I used to know a policeman who played the piano accordion (but not on duty). He was really good! He and some friends formed themselves into a barndance band and were always in demand.

4655. xymonau30 June 2012, 9:59 GMT +02:00

When I was in primary school, every second kid was learning the accordion. But they simply fell out of favour. I blame the Beatles.

4656. gesinek30 June 2012, 12:21 GMT +02:00

But now accordion players are search by a lot by little Bands that cover old songs

4657. xymonau30 June 2012, 12:54 GMT +02:00

Are they? I honestly haven't seen anyone playing one for years - except perhaps on a show we had here called "Spicks and Specks", where they would always have an unusual musical performance - oftem people playing odd instruments and playing well known songs in a manner to disguise them - e.g., in polka mode - and the panellists would have to guess the song. I think there might have been a piano accordion on that once.

I actually think there is a lot of skill required to play one, and I always liked the sound.

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