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December 7, 2011
Whaaat? We have to move again? And the new title… Uhm.
Okay. Moving the “important” stuff over.
This topic is a continuation of “Greater Katicstan Detours, Diversions and Traveling Roadshow“
Which was a continuation of “Katicstan: Even more Detours, Digressions & Diversions“
which was a continuation of “Katicstan: Detours, Diversions & even more Digressions“
which was a continuation of “The Further Digressions of Katicstan“
which was a continuation of “The Greater Katicstan Digressions“.
(All linked, just go on the thread name.)
Ok, we might or might not talk a lot…
From the very first posts:
Anarchy rules – sort of. Bring the discussion here when you annoy denizens of other forums with (y)our digressions and OT play. The title of the topic, intentionally misleading, suggests that all are welcome here. It’s not about anything in particular at all. Let’s see what happens.
Greater Katicstan Digressions:
Probably contains spoilers, crackpot theories, broad opinions on nearly everything, and anything else deemed too demented for general Forum consumption.
Made by Filly
me, myself & I said
Ok, since we need a starting point where to digress from, I`ll give a little intro to Katicstan so far:
form of government: Enlightened Anarchy -> no constitution, no politicians, that means: no budget, no taxes, no bureaucracy, no paperwork…
national flag: the sunshine
flag salute: “feed the birds”
national anthem: the wind
citizenship: come as you are
our motto: sine timore
transportation: ATP-style + a red Ferrari
1st Poet Laureate: Chesterton
national animals: our elephant & our unicorn
endangered species, therefore protected: mindfulness & humility
capital: (just in case…)
— Stana Katic (@Stana_Katic) November 7, 2015
Hope, I didn`t forget anything…
So, feel free to digress or even stay on topic (which is kind of complicated, `cause we don`t have a real topic… )
Oh, how this all started:
And as yazz says:
Have a fun day out there and always remember:
Stay alive!!! Stay curious!!! Enjoy the weirdness!!!!!
Here’s some freshly brewed .
October 1, 2011
Oh geez… that says it all !
But to our next home!
And as `Min posted so accurately and eloquently: let`s entertain our visitors!
Have a nice Sunday!
Love does not dominate; it cultivates.
Magic is believing in yourself, if you can do that, you can make anything happen.
February 3, 2014
October 17, 2012
October 17, 2012
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October 16, 2012
Did I miss something?
It’s weird reading about your Berlin visit when I’m living abroad right now but still consider Berlin home but differently.
Anyone know what I mean?
I do. Too a certain extent. After all, I do live in Bavaria for over a decade now, and some folks seem to consider that a foreign country…
No? Okay then.
And for reasons:
The universe loves irony.
April 24, 2012
April 24, 2012
still in Berlin …
Yesterday was a bit of the wall, yes check point Charlie is too crowded and confused…
So glad you’re enjoying Berlin… but you want to see the Wall? Go ANYWHERE other than Checkpoint Charlie!
Go to the East Side Gallery! It’s incredible! (It’s easy to get to from Alexanderplatz, too!)
October 12, 2011
Wow the place looks great! And all the coffee machines make it even better
How symbolic is it that we move on the same day that I almost burned down my apartment. I left my hair straightener on all nightI don’t even use it so much, I only turned it on last night to iron my pants (please, I can’t be the only one who does that) and then of course forgot. But now I know that they really are safe.
Since we already have coffee machines and a cake, I brought us some new mugs
Daisy, to answer your question from the old thread, not really, because we normally use the same calendar as you. The Hebrew calendar is used mainly for holidays and more religious / formal stuff. For instence, I was born on 28th of Nisan but I celebrate my birthday on May 7th (mark your calender so you’ll know why I’m grumpy ) because in that year it was the same day. Only very religious people celebrate on their Hebrew birthday, most days I don’t even know what the Hebrew date is (today I actually do know because it’s the first and my dad sent us a happy month text this morning)
And I think you understood correctly, but I don’t know what you mean about the moons so I’m not sure
Anyways, keep having fun in Berlin!
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