david herzog on Sun, 10 Nov 2002 17:51:22 +0100 (CET)

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[Nettime-bold] Re: <nettime> Review Note on Pinker's The Blank Slate

The bad german moffje habit of not knowing curtains

de amsterdamse kraakspeekuren:

Hello world. this the end.

germans like russians like nederlands like kasselers didnīt know about
curtains until the system failed. when the first curtains were found,
telekom said APSOLUTNO! yes, of course everyone is allowed to come and
visit, everyone is allowed and will be able to if the system isnīt too
slow. and everyone knows: borders are running everywhere. bankers,
socialists and social workers builded up a new movement, called
nothingtodo. unUsually there are known borders as well as no-where.

someone has calculated that there are no borders, even if stones are
thrown. i dont think so. please visit peacelink.org for further details.
although, systems are becoming slower, even with xs4all. someone wonders
to get slower if you are slow. someone is crazy. someone is stonethrower.
someone is kraaker. please read AGB offering open business plans,
[everyone is able, too]. there are no borders, even if a trademark is
being scratched. TMN said: if there are any problems with written
trademarks answer the direct way, donīt read newspapers, sit back and
watch TV or better read a book. someone said: there are no pink flowers,
no greens [even not in frankfurt] and someone said: watch club voltaire in
frankfurt and munich. they sit together just talking... how boring: they
watch each otherīs old faces while bubbling.

meanwhile, when odessa failed that it has to be a port city, especially
after and before 1990, you only could see the big steps running to sea,
building big grachtefietse and didnīt know how beautiful the architecture
in Amsterdam could be. High steps in old houses. Inside-Architecture which
hasnīt been seen yet. Odessa is beautiful. Once my friend met an old women
there on a flee-market. I bought a book called "Schiller Gallerie". Itīs
beautiful by "Erwin Förster" in cooperation with Bernd Langer ;-]. It has
been once printed in Germany by Friedrich Bruckmannīs Verlag and was used.
Thatīs also nice. There are a few other citys someone saw in Russia in
the 90īs: Nuovorisisk [south coast of Russia, nearby black sea] very nice,
but no new toilets like in DDR before 1989, espiacilly not in the
innercity but still in some living communities nearby Bauhaus Prostaja
Kracota, Kneb (Kiew, you had to walk a long distance to Newski prospect to
get some fresh milk for a nescafe in 1993), everyone was trading. St.
Petersburg, Nikolai Gogol, Moskwa, ja ni student, ja ni parle ruski.
Bablje Leto, Babuschka and staff. After a while they saw someone is too
lazy to learn each otherīs languages, espiacilly encapsulated postscripts
or perl, mysql ssh, pop3, proxys and IP-sharing, RSAbruteforce, no
tracerouting, nothing even no fluchthilfe for illegals and legals, egals.
And so on. Then someone saw peace everywhere. Thatīs nice. Not building up
old bikes from deep canals, not only embryos from galleries in munich, no
cars in the inner-city (I wouldnīt do so being in Holland, espiacially
without having a driverīs license).

Children are the most important for our future. Even for australian munchs
coming to Europe for being alone, reading a book.

They saw de waag in nieuw market. Read mail bombings and spam in Kosovo.
They saw the eremitage but havenīt got a visit because itīs too expensive.
They saw episch workers doing a good job. Tot vandaag toe heeft het Duits
het karakter van een zekere kunstmatige culturtaal behouden. De
betrekkelijke uniformiteit van de schrijftaal kan niet verbergen dat in
het levend taalgebruik dee oude driedeling: opperduits, middenduits en
Nederduits, which is very similar to plaatduits. Hopefully not. War is not
the answer. Please see peacelink.org for further details.

For hackers and scriptkiddies: donīt destroy anything please.

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