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miester gandertak
26-03-2005, 12:10:10
has nothing to dooo with drinking.
:beer:

Dyl Ulenspiegel
26-03-2005, 12:15:24
I hate architects.

But I like alcoholics.

zmama
26-03-2005, 12:17:24
Other way for me

miester gandertak
26-03-2005, 12:17:32
ditto

Dyl Ulenspiegel
26-03-2005, 12:23:30
Originally posted by zmama
Other way for me

Sick mama.

miester gandertak
26-03-2005, 12:27:20
:lol:

zmama
26-03-2005, 12:39:19
jep...the sickest

Tizzy
26-03-2005, 19:21:53
Would alcoholic architects would be the best?

Japher
26-03-2005, 19:30:04
an AA at AA would be abusrd...

Tizzy
26-03-2005, 19:31:44
It would be perfectly logical

Japher
26-03-2005, 19:34:03
there's is no such thing as perfect logic

Greg W
27-03-2005, 00:38:32
I thought that the main difference was that alcoholics contributed something to the economy.

miester gandertak
27-03-2005, 14:42:17
never saw it that way.
you are probably right.

I never ever contributed anything to the economy

Greg W
27-03-2005, 15:02:58
:D

Oerdin
27-03-2005, 17:20:43
Originally posted by Japher
an AA at AA would be abusrd...

An antiaircraft gun at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting would be great. The quiters would deserve it too. :beer:

Qaj the Fuzzy Love Worm
27-03-2005, 17:27:06
Quite.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
28-03-2005, 17:22:11
Originally posted by miester gandertak


I never ever contributed anything to the economy

You contributed loads of potential for home improvement.

miester gandertak
28-03-2005, 17:25:30
:lol: :lol:

dyl kikker in je bil

Dyl Ulenspiegel
28-03-2005, 17:54:19
I'm sure you "planned" a lot of shit ugly, completely impractical homes and appartments. Just admit it.

miester gandertak
28-03-2005, 18:14:47
failing to plan is planning to fail
plan your work work your plan.

is there a law against bad architecture?

Dyl Ulenspiegel
28-03-2005, 18:19:49
"is there a law against bad architecture?"

Unfortunately, only in old city centers.

miester gandertak
28-03-2005, 18:22:47
Can I go to jail and get the death penalty?

miester gandertak
28-03-2005, 18:24:09
Originally posted by Dyl Ulenspiegel
I'm sure you "planned" a lot of shit ugly, completely impractical homes and appartments. Just admit it. I do make impractical things but they are beautiful and have a kind of dooooooooo di doooooooo factor.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
28-03-2005, 18:25:03
link, please

miester gandertak
28-03-2005, 18:26:02
don't have a webside

webside is under contruction.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
28-03-2005, 18:26:50
Will it be impractical, beautiful and have a kind of dooooooooo di doooooooo factor?

Provost Harrison
28-03-2005, 18:27:03
There are no differences...

miester gandertak
28-03-2005, 18:33:22
Originally posted by Dyl Ulenspiegel
Will it be impractical, beautiful and have a kind of dooooooooo di doooooooo factor?
yep

let me post a bridge wich will be finished in april, it has it all.

miester gandertak
28-03-2005, 18:35:42
http://webdisk.planet.nl/heijm509/publiek/album/vdt037_001.jpg

miester gandertak
28-03-2005, 18:36:13
http://webdisk.planet.nl/heijm509/publiek/album/vdt037_002.jpg

miester gandertak
28-03-2005, 18:36:50
The cool man on the island is mrG himself.

miester gandertak
28-03-2005, 18:41:31
This bridge is impractical cause of the fact it will only be used by the people who dare to use it.

On the island is nothing to do.

The island is a wavebreaker (don't know the real name) in a river in front of the city Doesburg.

When you got hightide by a lot of meltingwater the island and the bridge can only been seen by the fish.

second rendering is on the "jesus-moment" when you really can walk over water.

the girl sitting on the stairs is.................................heheheheheheheh ehehehehehe

Provost Harrison
28-03-2005, 18:52:05
Interesting, but curses to global warming eh? ;)

miester gandertak
28-03-2005, 19:31:21
no, the doooooooooo di doooooooooo factor will rise, and there will be more "jesus-moments"