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Klaus D. Mikkelsen wrote:


Yup. (Sjoberg is the Swedish version of the name, I believe. Lots of Swedes in our corner of Alberta, when I lived in that Province.))
-- Wolf Kirchmeir
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Wolf Kirchmeir skriver:

"Berg" is "mountain" - "Borg" is "Castle"
Klaus
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On Dec 2, 2:40pm, "Klaus D. Mikkelsen"
Resistance is futile.
~Pete
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Correction: Home Depot is The Borg.
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LD skriver:

Oh, I din't know that You know danish better than Me :-)
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On 12/3/2008 8:52 AM Klaus D. Mikkelsen spake thus:

Well, of course we do: we speak English.
At the risk of taking all the steam out of a bad joke, an explanation of "The Borg" for non-North Americans:
o Borg = entity from Star Trek (Next Generation) that swallows entire civilizations (tagline: "Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated.")
o Home Depot = chain of gigantic American home-improvement stores that swallow entire small businesses nearby like local lumber yards. Tagline: "You can do it. We can help", which is Borgese for "Resistance is futile. ..."
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On Dec 3, 8:52am, "Klaus D. Mikkelsen"

So "Borg" must be "Castle"?
In that case, resistance is feudal.
~Pete
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On Wed, 03 Dec 2008 17:52:43 +0100, Klaus D. Mikkelsen wrote:

I prefer apricot to cream filled.
But you can't get either kind at Home Despot.
I can't think of Home Despot without remembering that great episode of The Wire where hit-girl Snoop is looking to buy a nail gun to re-seal up condemned houses they're hiding bodies in.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyWJ_rattv8

* (HBO TV series on Baltimore cops. drug dealers, politicians, teachers and newspapers - the best TV ever done)
-- Steve
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On 12/3/2008 11:46 AM Steve Caple spake thus:

Better than "The Prisoner"? I think not, even though I've never seen The Wire.
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On Wed, 03 Dec 2008 13:34:34 -0800, David Nebenzahl wrote:

Check it out - it's available on Netflix - you might be amazed. The complete 5 seasons maintained a level of honesty and realism rare on the tube. The producer, David Simon, and primary writer, Ed Burns, were a former Baltimore newspaperman and a former Baltimore homicide cop and teacher; other writers included Richard Price, George Pellecanos, Dennis Lehane, among others.
Not the same thing as The Prisoner - no allegory and fantasy. Just people writing about what they know and not styling or lying the way so much of the current crap stream goes.
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"I am not a number"
"You are number six."
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On 12/3/2008 3:42 PM LD spake thus:

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Writing from memory:
"Where am I?" "In the village." "Who are you?" "I am Number 2." "Who is Number 1?" "You are Number 6." "I am not a number, I am a *free man*."
"What do you want?" "Information." "You won't get it!" "By hook or by crook, we will."
[insane echoing laughter]
Now to look it up and see how well I did ...
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Very good.
"Be seeing you."
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You don't have to be Danish to detest Home Depot. :o)
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Wolf Kirchmeir wrote:

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<snip> Not familiar with Sjoberg's layout, but there is an issue with the F&M, which is that most of those who lived through the Great Depression, and were old enough to remember them, are gone, or rapidly going. (I just lost my ...late... wife's mom the end of September, and she was literally a Rosie the Riveter, building Spitfires during the Battle of Britain, and someone I cared deeply about. My folks are both long gone.)
So all we can do is look at the pictures and the films from then, and do our best to imitate it, (our) art imitating art, imitating life.
mark
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You described it very well Wolf! I was also quite surprised and happy at the same time that George Sellios will be "un-detailing" his layout. I think that he finally realized that he "overdetailed" his wonderful creation. Sometimes less is more and I think that his layout will be a perfect example of that.
Peteski
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Anyone that leaves unsecured firearms in their home when they are gone deserves to have them stolen. And, for that matter, they should be held accountable for them being stolen.
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I couldn't agree more.
In some states you are expected to leave your house, if you can, when faced with a home invasion or potential burglar.

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Which states require THAT?
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On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 04:41:09 -0600, Mark Mathu wrote:

The paranoid state [of mind] chiefly found in those who can no longer buy a gun big enough to serve as mental Viagra.
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