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Tuesday, September 04, 2007

is anybody from Bochum (Germany)?

9 Comments:

Blogger Michael said...

Niemm' et mi nich voüöwwel,
eck sie van Sprockhüöwwel.

Bin gerade zufällig hier reingestolpert und stelle fest, wir haben einen ähnlichen Geschmack.

12:41 PM  
Blogger humppazoid said...

Hallo!
nett, dich zu treffen!
können wir Englisch verwenden?

1:54 PM  
Blogger Michael said...

surely.
I got something for You if interested. The Rest of the Best by The Pogues and Alive Alive Oh by The Men They Couldn't Hang. Uploading will take some time, as my connection isn't the fastest ...

4:58 PM  
Blogger humppazoid said...

hi Michael!
The Rest of the Best by The Pogues - might be interesting, as for Alive Alive Oh by The Men They Couldn't Hang - if it's from 1991 - with Paul Weller's "Man from Cornershop" - I have it:) I can post Your link in my blog, so You'll be able to collect point at rapidshare:)

11:21 PM  
Blogger Michael said...

Hi Humppazoid,
I'm not too interested in points, but here You are with the link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/53888243/The_Rest_Of_The_Best.rar Is there an adress for a pm? You're invited to contact me at onetimemail66842@der-nockenberg.de
Greetings, mh

3:07 PM  
Blogger humppazoid said...

thank U!:)

2:01 PM  
Blogger Michael said...

Hi,
so as You have a mailadress from Russia, perhaps You do not live in Bochum Yourself as I first thought?
Then I should perhaps tell that Sprockhövel is only 20Km from Bochum and that I go to Bochum for my work daily.
I found Your site because der-likedeeler mentioned it in his blog and I just followed.

Have a nice weekend,
Michael

12:53 PM  
Blogger humppazoid said...

hi, Michael!
I have been in Bochum 3 years ago - it was conference in Bergbaum museum - just in the end of Victoria strasse:)

2:58 PM  
Blogger Michael said...

oha,

in case You have an interest in mining I should also say that my hometown Sprockhövel is the cradle of mining in the Ruhrgebiet. The first place they ever found coal near the Ruhr is less than a Kilometer from the sofa I sit on right now :-) The geological border between devon and carbon is very close here, we have some fossils proving that 300 million years ago there was a coastline round here.
There are some nice walking paths here illustrating mining history.
Til then,
Michael

4:51 PM  

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