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    Is he you?

    If not, who is he?

    What do the stripes on his arm represent?

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    Is he you?

    If not, who is he?

    What do the stripes on his arm represent?
    In think you are forgeting to take your memory medication.
    That has been already explained several times.
    I am one of the two persons in the entire forum who have post an actual picture of him, and is not my avatar. I am not a ww2 veteran.


    http://www.ww2incolor.com/forum/show...0466#post70466

    http://www.ww2incolor.com/forum/show...?t=2757&page=8

    http://www.ww2incolor.com/forum/show...?t=4493&page=5

    http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/war_...ingle_tank.htm

    http://www.ww2incolor.com/forum/show...?t=4143&page=2

    http://www.ww2incolor.com/forum/show...t=2209&page=15

    http://www.ww2incolor.com/forum/show...anks+preserved




    Given the interest on my person I will, give more personal data;

    Age ; 27

    Birthday ; december 27 th

    Height: 1,75m

    Weight; 75 kg

    Eyes; Light blue

    Hair; dark blonde ( used to be yellow blonde when I was a kid)

    Hobbies; Small game hunting, target shooting, Hikking, atonishing people with my charm.

    Favorite food: Homemade pasta, asado (argentine BBq)

    Married; Are you crazy ?

    Ideal women: Cindy van Meenen

    Favorite colors; skyblue, white, skyblue, a sun in the middle.

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    PK

    Thanks.

    I missed the previous stuff, but now I know and won't die wondering.

    I'll get back on my meds now. (Currently James Squire Original Amber Ale. http://www.tastebeer.com.au/beer/116 )

    Do you astonish people with your charm because you are so charming, or because people are astonished that you have any charm?

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    Depend in the timing, when I am not in the mood I have no charm whatsoever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    PK

    Thanks.

    I missed the previous stuff, but now I know and won't die wondering.

    I'll get back on my meds now. (Currently James Squire Original Amber Ale. http://www.tastebeer.com.au/beer/116 )

    Do you astonish people with your charm because you are so charming, or because people are astonished that you have any charm?

    Your "meds" look quite good!

    I'm currently on a cycle of Sierra Nevada...

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    Our P.K. is quite the ladies man,, I think he is the love child of Maurice Chevalier,, do you see a resemblance,,,,,,,
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    With that french guy. ?....hmmm, I dont think this comparative make any good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    With that french guy. ?....hmmm, I dont this comparative make any good
    Well my friend, he was very smooth, and quite cultured. Valentino, or Cary Grant would also be a good comparison,, But even they were not cool enough to ride a 500 single. Also, to keep in the proper spirit,, a local medicine.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    Your "meds" look quite good!

    I'm currently on a cycle of Sierra Nevada...
    That looks okay.

    So much better than mainstream beers, with their silly advertising that relies on things other than the beer to promote the product, like the Bud Ice penguin.





    On the other hand, it's a tribute to the resilience of penguins that they survive, no matter how much they're driven from their natural habitats.

    Cheers!


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    Well my friend, he was very smooth, and quite cultured. Valentino, or Cary Grant would also be a good comparison,, But even they were not cool enough to ride a 500 single. Also, to keep in the proper spirit,, a local medicine.....
    Oh, the classic tastes.

    ...nice beer, but I am a wine man.




    And this is the local medicine.


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    oooooo barbecue and i guess you have carm ; )


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    Ah my friend, I have not forgotten, 1st is a pic from the Wisconsin State fair, and the second is a pic of the Cedar Creek winery, located about 50 Km from my town.
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    Big ads for an ordinary Australian beer (need sound).

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWDNy...elated&search=
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esrNyIg_SMI

    Believe it or not, but the latter ad doesn't actually reflect the brewer's hiring practices
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4UvfKJ9LS0


    Cute ads for ordinary Australian beers.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yGJV...elated&search=
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=he4fB...elated&search=
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-Xd2y8g-fU

    I don't drink any of the foregoing (unless I've run out of something better).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    And this is the local medicine.

    There's enough in one of those chunks of meat to feed a small village.

    What do your butchers use to cut up a beast? Chainsaws?

    How about cutting the meat into sizes that people can actually put on their plates?

    Or do you have really big plates in Argentina?

    Maybe that's why you called your big river after a plate?

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    Ah my friend, I have not forgotten, 1st is a pic from the Wisconsin State fair, and the second is a pic of the Cedar Creek winery, located about 50 Km from my town.
    That sounds like a good place to live.


    There's enough in one of those chunks of meat to feed a small village.

    What do your butchers use to cut up a beast? Chainsaws?

    How about cutting the meat into sizes that people can actually put on their plates?

    Or do you have really big plates in Argentina?
    Uh...you dont need a chainsaw, the meat around here is tender enough.


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