6/19/2009

Training day

For most of the day we(Fab & me, Val later after school) had the chance to test the parcours at Cergy Pontoise. Great rails, some nice ledges and some vert elements. Should be a great contest. ...@Joe, yep, France is a centralistic republic, but since the regions were reinstalled after like 200yrs., we have local(regional) jurisdiction as well,in Paris it can differ from arrondissment to arrondissment. Especially on public order and the likes. ...Does anybody know, which former soviet states speak arabic dialects? I just watch a movie on tv, in which some peepz talk a mix of russian and arabic. Tadah Pilgrim ...p.s., I´m open to suggestions for new polls. So far I only thought of age, undies or waist sizes...pp.ss,Why in hell do I get now each time I wanna do a post, a Windows ad, that my blog is privete now and I should enter my nick and a password? Any ideas?! ...p.s3,Benji, are you still alive? txt me!...was I too inprecise? More please!

5 comments:

naturgesetz said...

Dunno for sure, but I think Azerbaijan and everything ending in -stan.

gomad.ch said...

In Central Asia almost all cultures incorporated to various degrees Iranian, Arabic and Turkic elements into their languages. The Georgian Giorgi Tsereteli was an expert and published some papers in that field.

Pilgrim said...

Thx so far, but @Joe, Fab just read xour comment on me on Lunario and said,(well, translated, his enghlish ain´t that good), what a filthy mind you have!(original translation). ´kay that is off my topics, but anyway. Please commennt on my topics!

Benji said...

Yeah, i'm still alive :P
What did you mean by "great life"? and go in Ireland too xD

Seth said...

sorry you had a "bad hair day" from the post you deleted hope tomorrow is a better hair day :)