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See, what he doesn't know is I REALLY did want to know what it was. That's what makes it really funny! HA,HA,HA! :rofl:

Yes, I'm quite sure your life would have come crashing down around you without knowing what my favorite thing for lunch was when I was 4 years old. (-:

:rolleyes:

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:D A Forum life is also a life ;)

Forummer it's a dirty job but someone has to do it :lol:

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Saints: Welcome! Don't worry about your English; if we can understand Moustic, we'll be able to understand you. :lol:

Yeah You understand me !!! :clap::dance::dance:

I'm near the glory :P

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Saints:  Welcome!  Don't worry about your English; if we can understand Moustic, we'll be able to understand you.  :lol:

Yeah You understand me !!! :clap::dance::dance:

I'm near the glory :P

Don't be to sure :D

moustic where are you from that people have probems understanding you?

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He's from France.
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Well, that's the way they teach languages here, too. You don't learn "conversational", you learn "proper". So most of us sound like idiots when we try to speak another language. :rolleyes:

Oh, and I know the answer to where Moustic lives but I'll let him answer a question now and again. :P

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Don Whiting,Jan 29 2004, 06:51 PM] Don't worry about it. Just nod politely and back away. (-:

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Saint,

yes, Joe Nieuwendyk's parents immigrated to Canada before he was born. He's a future Hall of Famer, now with the Toronto Maple Leafs. And my favorite player, in case you couldn't tell. :P

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Don Whiting,Jan 29 2004, 06:51 PM] Don't worry about it. Just nod politely and back away. (-:

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Saint,

yes, Joe Nieuwendyk's parents immigrated to Canada before he was born. He's a future Hall of Famer, now with the Toronto Maple Leafs. And my favorite player, in case you couldn't tell. :P

Now i don't like him flaming.gif

he should play for the Dutch national team bigok.gif

maybe we will become i bit beter than dance.gif

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moustic, where in france do you live?

I'm from Paris, City of light :rolleyes:

I can't teach you all english or french...

BUT i can teach you how to have a perfect french accent when you speak english :lol:

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Operation Marketgarden was a plan by the British during WW2 to sieze the Nijmegen bridge in Arnhem with paratroopers. Unfortunately, they landed on a refitted SS division, and had a pretty rough go at it. How this relates to hockey, I'll never know. But I work the night shift, and I'm done after a Hellish night. Plus now I'm loaded like a freight train. :rolling:

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And flying like an airplane? :P

Actually, I think Saints made reference to that bridge somewhere here on this forum. :blink: I'm so stupid!

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OK, not stupid. Except, when it comes to history. I REALLY sucked at history. I used to fall asleep in class. I had a SUPREMELY boring history teacher in 6th? grade that used to just drone on and on in a very monotone voice. I sat right in the front row and would pass out with my head on the desk, right in front of him. Ever have a teacher like that? The only teacher I learned history from was in twelfth grade. Mr. Ruggerio! :wub: Tight jeans and always a skinny black leather tie. He was hot! And, yes, I learned from him. History! He made it fun. We shot nerf hoops to earn points towards tests. Had to answer history questions to get a shot. It was cool! Had him for Westward Expansion, though, so that doesn't help with European history.

God, where'd that come from? :huh:

Nevermind. :unsure:

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History teacher ?

that's what I'm folks :P

Tight jean ok... but i haven't a skinny black leather tie :P

(I have others... but hid )

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I had an obnoxiious French guy teaching us Calc III (no offense to other French-people

on the board) but anytime you'd ask a question he'd turn and laugh at you from the

chalk board :P ... needless to say I dropped the class... and ended up NEVER passing

it cause he was the only guy teaching it :argh:

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Really, Moustic?!? ;)

See, this is the crap that sticks in my mind. That's why there's no room for more important things. Gotta clear it and make room for Devils trivia! :argh::evil:

I kinda feel like I'm filling in for PK today. Crazy tangents and all! :P

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Operation Marketgarden was a plan by the British during WW2 to sieze the Nijmegen bridge in Arnhem with paratroopers. Unfortunately, they landed on a refitted SS division, and had a pretty rough go at it. How this relates to hockey, I'll never know. But I work the night shift, and I'm  done after a Hellish night.          Plus now I'm loaded like a freight train. :rolling:

I was explaining where i'm coming frome and wenn i say Nijmegen the most people don't know it. But wenn i say the bridge of Nijmegen in the movie a bridge to far then they know it. Nijmegen is known by 2 thinks the movie and the four days march with a week long summerfest. That's how the movie came in this discusion sorry when you don't like it. But good that you know it :D

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Operation Marketgarden was a plan by the British during WW2 to sieze the Nijmegen bridge in Arnhem with paratroopers.

only one think, say never to somebody from Nijmegen that the Nijmegen bridge is in Arnhem nono.gif that's like saying to a english men that he is scotish.

Nijmegen has is own bridge going over the River the "Waal" and Arnhem notgood.gif has is own bridge going over the "Rijn". Before the Brits could take the bridge of Arnhem they had to take first the bridge of Grave and the Nijmeegse bridge so they came from the south and went over the briges to the north. but no more history now.

I just came back from a game in Tilburg and we won with 4-5 icon_mrgreen.gif

Can any one tell me if there is a web site where you can see full NHL games? we have this with soccer you pay some money and you can see the game live on the internet or wenn your working during the game after the game is finished. i hope they have something like that in the NHL i could see the games than with my team mates

There is only one good thing about Arnhem and that's the bus leaving to Nijmegen icon_mrgreen.gif

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I was explaining where i'm coming frome and wenn i say Nijmegen the most people don't know it. But wenn i say the bridge of Nijmegen in the movie a bridge to far then they know it. Nijmegen is known by 2 thinks the movie and the four days march with a week long summerfest. That's how the movie came in this discusion sorry when you don't like it. But good that you know it :D

Aww, Saints, he wasn't saying that about you. He was saying he didn't know why HE was telling it. :P He didn't know you had said that somewhere else. He was just enlightening ME. :rolleyes: OK?

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I was explaining where i'm coming frome and wenn i say Nijmegen the most people don't know it. But wenn i say the bridge of Nijmegen in the movie a bridge to far then they know it. Nijmegen is known by 2 thinks the movie and the four days march with a week long summerfest. That's how the movie came in this discusion sorry when you don't like it. But good that you know it :D

Aww, Saints, he wasn't saying that about you. He was saying he didn't know why HE was telling it. :P He didn't know you had said that somewhere else. He was just enlightening ME. :rolleyes: OK?

I'm not angry :D i'm jsut explaining why i just the movie "a bridge to far" ;)

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