Venom
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2004-03-09T21:19:49Z
For those who like to read, and even for those who don't (like me), might want to check this out. http://www.goodthink.com/writing/view_stories.cfm?id=11 

It's a really intresting story. I'm not big on reading books (quiet the opposite actually), but I read this story till the end without taking a single break. Hope you enjoy. Post your comments.
SnipezEh
2004-03-09T21:46:14Z
Yeah, I read about him a while ago, quite sad actually. He must have a lot of time on his hands, and if thats him holding the check then he does. Venom: "pasmatri na yevo patli, von kak gomik"
I would never do anything like that.
Venom
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2004-03-09T21:58:34Z
I didn't catch the second part of that: patli, von, and gomik?
SS Joe
2004-03-09T22:13:47Z
lol, great story
CompHobbyist
2004-03-09T22:44:47Z
Wow. I wish they still sent those checks out... Not that I'd do that, of course

Thanks for the link, that was one funny story!
xtremeskier97
2004-03-09T23:52:52Z
Good story....long....but still....good story.
SnipezEh
2004-03-10T11:44:35Z
Venom: "patli" as in "volosi" and "von" as in "him" and "gomik" as in "fag"
xtremeskier97
2004-03-10T11:47:31Z
So what does the whole sentence mean??

"pasmatri na yevo patli, von kak gomik"

and what language is that?
Venom
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2004-03-10T13:56:25Z
Should of just said "posmatri na yevo volasi, on smotritsa kak galuboy" and I would of understood it

Xtreme it's Russian, and he said "look at his hair, he looks gay".
xtremeskier97
2004-03-10T14:02:11Z
ah! Gotcha!

Thanks for translating!
SnipezEh
2004-03-10T17:49:41Z
Heh. I'm not Russian myself, I am Ukrainian, but the languages are similar. Ha! Me and Venom have an advantage over you guys, we can speak without you understanding what we are saying.
CompHobbyist
2004-03-10T17:54:53Z
there are many free translation sites on the 'Net so I wouldn't bank on that
Venom
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2004-03-10T19:26:44Z
Comp, we aren't spelling the words correctly as we are not using the Russian alphabet but the English one to make similar sounds, so a translater wouldn't do much good.
CompHobbyist
2004-03-10T19:43:16Z
Grrrr. The only words in Russian that I know are "Da" and "Nyet".
ryan92084
2004-03-11T01:44:45Z
hey don't make me whip some latin out on yo asses
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