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C.G.B. Spender
05-09-2007, 12:18:02
The local flowershoppe has reopened and now there's some kind of party with free currywursts and soft music going on.

The music is some kind of soft pop standards played in a smoth jazz style.

You know, where the saxophone does "feedelupndoowoopadoodletweedleupndoo" instead of playing merely the melody.

My office is very close to the saxophone player. I wish I had a gun.

mr_B
05-09-2007, 12:21:10
orrr a saxophonetje

mr_B
05-09-2007, 12:21:32
feedelupndoowoopadoodletweedleupndoo
feedelupndoowoopadoodletweedleupndoo
feedelupndoowoopadoodletweedleupndoofeedelupndoowo opadoodletweedleupndoo
feedelupndoowoopadoodletweedleupndoo
feedelupndoowoopadoodletweedleupndoofeedelupndoowo opadoodletweedleupndoofeedelupndoowoopadoodletweed leupndoo
feedelupndoowoopadoodletweedleupndoo

C.G.B. Spender
05-09-2007, 13:04:03
Ah, "song sung blue"?

C.G.B. Spender
05-09-2007, 13:22:17
Tall and tan and young and lovely feedelupndoowoopadoodletweedleupndoo, the girl from Ipanema goes walking feedelupndoowoopadoodletweedleupndoo, and whe she passes, each one she passes goes feedelupndoowoopadoodletweedleupndoo

zmama
05-09-2007, 13:32:16
Just go buy yourself some flowers and take nd eat all the currywurst. Won't hear the sax over the *BELCH*

Tizzy
05-09-2007, 13:38:42
I wanna saxomaphone

C.G.B. Spender
05-09-2007, 13:39:53
Fucking work keeps me from eating currywurst

Lurker the Second
06-09-2007, 14:52:44
That's a violation of workplace standards, I'm sure of it.

mr_B
06-09-2007, 16:41:38
Originally posted by Lurker the Second

Lurker the Second
06-09-2007, 18:33:41
I hope some day someone fills me in on the source of your lunacy.

Yeah, right.

mr_B
06-09-2007, 18:44:11
Originally posted by Lurker the Second
I know

mr_B
06-09-2007, 18:47:37
Originally posted by Lurker the Second
Loonie is the name Canadians gave the gold-coloured, bronze-plated, one-dollar coin shortly after its introduction. It bears images of a common loon, a well-known Canadian bird, on the reverse, and of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse.

The design for the coin was meant to be a voyageur theme, similar to the country's previous one dollar/silver dollar coin, but the reverse dies were lost by Canada Post while in transit to the Royal Canadian Mint in Winnipeg. In order to avoid possible counterfeiting, a different design was used [1]. The coin was released to the public on 30 June 1987, and circulation of the one-dollar banknote was intentionally reduced at the same time to forestall any reluctance by the public to accept the new coin. As a result, the introduction of the coin was successful in achieving public acceptance in a fairly smooth fashion.

The coin has become the symbol of its currency. Newspapers will often discuss the rate at which the loonie is trading against the United States dollar. The nickname loonie (huard in French), initially a slang term for the Canadian dollar, became so widely recognized that in 2006 the Royal Canadian Mint secured the rights to the name "Loonie".

The loon portrait is slightly inaccurate. The loon's body is sitting too high on the water, much like a Mallard duck's body. [citation needed]

The coin is made of Aureate, a bronze-electroplated nickel combination. The total composition of the coin is 91.5% nickel and 8.5% bronze. The bronze is about 88% copper and 12% tin.

mr_B
06-09-2007, 19:00:24
Originally posted by mr_B

Lurker the Second
06-09-2007, 19:50:41
Originally posted by mr_B:

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Originally posted by Lurker the Second
I know

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mr_B
06-09-2007, 20:23:39
now that IS original

mr_B
06-09-2007, 20:24:30
Originally posted by mr_B
now that IS original