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2009-09-05 10:18:53
Wolfgang turned his life around, totally, when he met a sweet young Japanese girl on a yoga retreat in the Himalayas. He shaved his beard, married her, and they now live in Sapporo on the Island of Hokkaido in Japan and have two kids aged 3½ and 6; so you see he no longer has to sleep with his snowshoes. The older kid, a boy, has recently begun to sleep with his skates on, so some of Wolfgang’s weird genes live on... - Tammy the Sami has never been married, but let's see what develops when she meets Patitio in Miami.
2009-09-05 04:03:03
Does Rolf's brother, Wolfgang (the one that sleeps with his snowshoes on), still have that long long dirty beard? I don't mean no disrespect, but he's so uuugly that even his moma recoils at the sight of him. Is Tammy the Sami the one that was once married to Sammy the Llama herder?
2009-09-05 03:31:52
Willco, Cap'n. But are you sure about the flannel jammies? She's not used to airconditioning indoors.
2009-09-05 02:13:28
Yes...tell Tammy the Sami I'll meet her in Miami, and that she won't need her flannel jammies..
2009-09-04 20:06:46
Sue? Who’s Sue? My sister’s name is Kate, and she sure learned very early to shimmy like a jelly on a plate whereas I learned kinda late… Anyway, I’ll see if the shaman can give me a refresher course. After two days of hiking, though, I just might be too worn out for any shimmying. We’ll see. – Any messages for Tammy the Sami? She lives in the same area as the shaman and would like to hear from you. Rolf sends his regards.
2009-09-04 17:43:46
Ms P...be sure to see if that Sami Shaman can show you how to shimmy like your sister Sue..
2009-09-04 17:06:42
Ok, I have no idea what you guys are talking about :-|
2009-09-04 12:58:22
Patito is so good at it that he must have kissed cloch na Blárnan more than once or twice. - Never been to Ireland, myself, but I have visited some Sámi shamans in Lapland with a view to getting the same effect, but - alas - the shamans have become too modern and mostly lost their contact with the spirits and the supernatural. Still, I recently heard of an old wizened shaman who still lives in the traditional way in a kota in the fell wilderness of Lapland. He is a good two days' walk from civilization, so I am in training...
2009-09-04 06:50:59
Ooops , I´m sorry. The link is wrong. Here´s the correct one:
2009-09-04 06:49:51
I googled Koalensis giganticus, but couldn´t find anything. I found something about "Phascolarctos stirtoni", which is an extinct kind of bigger Koala who used to be found in Australia. Now, something even more interesting: there´s this 'drop bear', which is said to be a large, vicious, carnivorous koala which feeds on prey that tarry too long underneath eucalyptus trees. I read it on a blog, so don´t know how true this info is. Here it is: There´s a pretty disgusting picture there too...
2009-09-04 06:35:25
Me thinks you kissed the blarney stone again, and given us some blarne.
2009-09-03 20:59:06
it appears that the term "Koalensis giganticus" dosent exist just my humble opinion
2009-09-03 17:57:49
Ooops :P Skip, I think we´d be in for big trouble if we were to give this 'cutie' a ride then :|
2009-09-03 14:24:02
Well, you folks are obviously mistaking him for an ordinary cute little koala....but by all appearances this is a Tazmanian koala, Koalensis giganticus....the largest males ( and this looks like a big bull ) can stand close to two meters at the shoulder....though usually calm and docile, motorists encountering them on the hiways should exercize caution....remain in your vehicle, and do not approach or attempt to feed them....like all wild anmals, they are capable of aggresive behavior when provoked.
2009-09-03 06:59:38
who wouldn´t ? :P
2009-09-03 06:26:16
If he needs a ride, I'll take him :)