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Windows 7: Today [6]

26 Feb 2011   #1451
The Howling Wolves

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

Hey Boohbah,
Where have you been....It has been real boring here without you.
No one to harass me or give me a bad time. I am going through my men cycle. hehehhe
Glad to have you back...
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26 Feb 2011   #1452
Hopalong X

Windows7 Pro 64bit SP-1; Windows XP Pro 32bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by boohbah View Post
all the better now your here hoppy!

nice sig by the way
Dennis told me to ask you about the weather. Don't know why?

We all have bad moments. They all pass.

At least Brink isn't playing with your avatar....yet!

Where is that alien when you need him????

Thanks on the sig. Dennis made it for me. Not bad for a semi-pro.

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26 Feb 2011   #1453

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7600

good to be back dennis, still head f****d ,but im a born survivor.
thanks for welcome
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26 Feb 2011   #1454

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

MS Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1

Today I started on my latest web design project. Here is a mock up, done in Photoshop:

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26 Feb 2011   #1455

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Make sure you add an 11 to that slider.
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26 Feb 2011   #1456

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient


warning   Warning
This post is a sentimental, emotional rant from a middle aged man. There's no Seven tips, Eight leaks or other computing related stuff in this post.

If you are already tired of reading about how much in love I am, please do not read the following post.

Also if you are under the age of 18, and / or if you can not understand why a member writes so boring, long and pointless post, please move on without reading further.

Suddenly and unexpected, we realized last weekend that we had a full week ahead with almost no plans, no appointments and a 24H care for my mother-in-law. This realization came when we had just noticed that a long break was finally over, that the dear God and nature alone had done what even the blue pills could not do during the first half year after the stroke :)

We both, my incredibly beautiful and dear wife Angelika (Angie to the friends) and I, we both love our home town Leipzig. Angie because of what it means to her; here began on Monday the 4th of September 1989 the so called Monday Demonstrations, which then led to end of the state of East Germany, end of communistic era and a new, united Germany. Angie was very active in Lutheran church which was not so good in a communistic country, and was the reason why she so willingly participated these demonstrations and got her arrested a couple of times. Her and her mother's belief was the one thing that kept them living, waiting and hoping something better. It was also the reason why they were harrased by the secret police Stasi, and why we still visit the Stasi Museum and the archives at least once every month, trying to finally get Angie's Stasi files (for some reason, we only know the files exist but Angie has not got a copy yet, after 20 years).

I as a "newcomer" (I came after the reunification of Germany) love this city because of it's history and position as one of Europe's leading places of culture. The philharmonics, opera and ballet here are about the best you can find. Luckily we have annual subscriptions to all these three, although we have missed quite a many concerts and performances during the last year. First because of the problems with Mutti's (my mother-in-law) health, then because of mine. I also love the feeling, to know and remember it every time, that the church we go is as the Wikipedia says "most famous as the place where Johann Sebastian Bach worked as a cantor, and where his remains currently lie". It says it all about what Leipzig is. In our former home town Rome I liked the feeling that in every step I took, I was closer to history. In Leipzig, every step takes me closer to culture.

We love to be tourists in our home town. This week we have done guided bus and walking tours in this town we both know so well. We've been in theater and a concert, we have been clubbing with youngsters listening unknown punkers, enjoyed the velvet atmosphere of our favorite jazz club, we have been wining, dining and (as Angie says) "five feet dancing" (she, me and my cane). We drove to Czech border only to be able to enjoy the crossing of Elbe and buy some real Budweiser, not the cheap copy they sell in USA.

In five weeks I'm going to be 52. I have been married three times before. In my Angie I have found a woman, a person who really makes me happy. This might sound absurd but please try to understand my point: I am so incredibly happy when I have noticed that before Angie, I presented my partners as "this is XXX, my second wife" or "this is ZZZ, my current partner", whereas I present Angie as "my absolutely last wife". It is not meant to be a male chauvinistic remark, nor is it meant to be a redneck joke. It is how I feel, how I have felt since about our second date.

I feel like a teenager first time in love. I have had the best week of my life, I feel ashamed that I now feel sorry because it ended due to that Angie must stay overnight by her ailing mother. I would have liked this week go forever. I am very much in love in my Angie, and very aware the feeling is mutual which makes me even happier.

It's great to be alive, and in love with my own wife.

Mac OSX still sux!

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26 Feb 2011   #1457

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Just between you and me, I think that little blue pill is making you a little too happy now.
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26 Feb 2011   #1458

Windows 7 Ulti. x64

Kari I enjoyed your rambling discourse immensely. +1, life is good with the Z wife.
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27 Feb 2011   #1459

Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit / XP Home sp3

Landed safely today in Texas all is well, really looking forward to get some sleep and energy back and get started on my new life.
Thanks to all for your VM's and well wishes.

P.S. Kari nice to read your post.
wishing you and your wife all the best.
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27 Feb 2011   #1460

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview 64-bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by boohbah View Post
good to be back dennis, still head f****d ,but im a born survivor.
thanks for welcome
What happened , Julian bro ? Was there something wrong ?
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