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Old May 14, 2006, 1:17 PM   #1
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As inevitable as the moonshot. We have seen Crashmans puppies, now it's kitten season. Or maybe there are other pet babies out there?

50 mm 1.4. Well, I got to make a confession. It was taken with... ehrm, what I mean is... you know, there is always a time... I used the pop-up flash!

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Old May 14, 2006, 1:18 PM   #2
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Just one more, promise...
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you want doggie pix, go here
http://www.texasbostons.com/rescuestories.html
most of these went thru our house along with a lot more.

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Wow! My family had a Boston Terrier when I was a kid. Everyone referred to it as "the shoeshine dog". But it was only one...

You have my full admiration and sympathy for what you are doing concerning these dogs.

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Wow! My family had a Boston Terrier when I was a kid. Everyone referred to it as "the shoeshine dog". But it was only one...

You have my full admiration and sympathy for what you are doing concerning these dogs.

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kjell, why sympathy??

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Old May 14, 2006, 6:30 PM   #6
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Well, maybe it's bad English from my side. I don't mean I feel sorry for you, I mean I support your work morally. Literally, from Latin, sympathy means "feel together with", and that is how the word is used in Swedish. Thats one of the problems with using a language that is not your mothertongue, you tend to translate as if the words mean the same in both languages, which is not always the case. The word should have been "support".

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i see, my dentist friend is from norway. he thought he spoke great english when he came over here and found out we don't speak english. by the way, your's is remarkable.

question?? in europe, what do they call someone that is not multi-lingual??

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American! :blah:

Seriously, it's people from small language groups who learn languages. In Europe the French refuse to understand anything but French, the Germans are improving but are still hopeless, the Italians are ... well, Italian. The EU have set the goal that every schoolkid should master two languages beside their mothertongue. That goal is far from reach... English is widely spoken by younger people in Holland, Denmark, Sweden and Norway. The rest is darkness...

The most talented though are the Spanish. The speak (besides Spanish), Mexican, Chilenish, Argentinish, Colombish, Venezuelish...

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you are right.. i thought it was the swiss that spoke the most languages.

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In Switzerland three languages are spoken, but if they don't have the same mothertongue they speak English to each other!

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