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Hi mimi How are you?

Did you watch Isner vs Mahut epic marathon?

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oh i see. I don't follow football closely either, but I do watch it once in a while, especially if a team/nation I like is playing

Bye Have a lovely weekend as well
raining all weekend, don't think I can play tennis today

rafa was lucky to escape from defeat again

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Hi mimi How are you?

Did you watch Isner vs Mahut epic marathon?
hola Greg

just watched a little bit since they were even at 59:59, no patience to watch till the end coz it seems that they could go on till next year

how about you? Finished your exam and enjoying summer holidays? how is the election of your new president, i hope all going well

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Epic movies, like brokeback mountain, are seldom found in the industry or worthy for the mainstream viewer. As often as I have watched the clips of this movie, I always find something more to it. For one, the gay stuff doesn't enter the picture for me, only the dimension of the highest love I have ever witnessed in life or on film.
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I`ve passed two exams and my last exam will be on Wednesday. If I pass it, I will begin my holidays.

Bronislaw Komorowski captured 41 percent of the vote to win the first round of Poland’s presidential elections. As expected, the opposition leader Jarosław Kaczyński came in second, with 35 percent of the vote. Since no candidate crossed the 50 percent threshold needed for an outright victory, a second round of voting will be necessary. The vote will be held July 4.

I voted for Kaczynski and will do it again.

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I`ve passed two exams and my last exam will be on Wednesday. If I pass it, I will begin my holidays.

Bronislaw Komorowski captured 41 percent of the vote to win the first round of Poland’s presidential elections. As expected, the opposition leader Jarosław Kaczyński came in second, with 35 percent of the vote. Since no candidate crossed the 50 percent threshold needed for an outright victory, a second round of voting will be necessary. The vote will be held July 4.

I voted for Kaczynski and will do it again.
all the best for your examinations

then I hope Kaczynski won it for you

poor Roddick lost another tight match

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Epic movies, like brokeback mountain, are seldom found in the industry or worthy for the mainstream viewer. As often as I have watched the clips of this movie, I always find something more to it. For one, the gay stuff doesn't enter the picture for me, only the dimension of the highest love I have ever witnessed in life or on film.
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Hurray mimi!

Fed is not going to equal dear Pete's 7 wimbledons.. atleast for this year.

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Hurray mimi!

Fed is not going to equal dear Pete's 7 wimbledons.. atleast for this year.
yeah, Lalitha

but sadly his 14 slams record was broken already

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yeah, Lalitha

but sadly his 14 slams record was broken already
Just saw your name, and stopped in to
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to you too, my dear Star

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Epic movies, like brokeback mountain, are seldom found in the industry or worthy for the mainstream viewer. As often as I have watched the clips of this movie, I always find something more to it. For one, the gay stuff doesn't enter the picture for me, only the dimension of the highest love I have ever witnessed in life or on film.
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Komorowski won it. OMG

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Komorowski won it. OMG
sorry Greg, but how long for his reign? Just a few years right? You gonna get a better president next time

by the way, finally I can have some free days, am going to Germany this Thursday for 10 days, see you

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Hi Mimi

Thanks for your rep I didn't knew you were going to Germany. Where exactly have you been to? Great to hear that you seemed to like it in my country, even though it was that hot.
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thanks Doris

I like your country a lot, i first went there more than 10 years ago along with many other countries, i thought i went to Heidiberg? and Munich.

this time i only went to Germany only, I visited Hamburg, Breman, Bamberg Rothenburg etc. I have to say I like Bamberg and Rotheburg the most as i always have a passion for beautiful houses with flowers on balcony

I like Germany a lot as the people are very nice, the streets are never crowded with people like HK and they are clean

herewith some photos I took
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thanks Doris

I like your country a lot, i first went there more than 10 years ago along with many other countries, i thought i went to Heidiberg? and Munich.
Hi Mimi

You mean Heidelberg (though I find the name Heidiberg really cute ) I have been there once during my schooltime for a classtrip. We stayed 5 days and I always wanted to go back one day, but never managed to do so. I have never been to Munich so far. I once had a trip planned to Munich, but then got ill and couldn't go.

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this time i only went to Germany only, I visited Hamburg, Breman, Bamberg Rothenburg etc.
You mean Bremen Hamburg and Bremen are not that far from here, so I have been to these cities, but I have never been in Bamberg and Rothenburg.

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I have to say I like Bamberg and Rotheburg the most as i always have a passion for beautiful houses with flowers on balcony
That's indeed nice to look at

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I like Germany a lot as the people are very nice, the streets are never crowded with people like HK and they are clean
Even Germanys biggest towns would probably look small compared to Hongkong. I live in a city with about 30 000 inhabitants, so I always feel like I'm in a different world when I go to a big town I like big cities to go shopping, to go to restaurants and to concerts, but I could never imagine to live in a big town.

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Are you the person in the 2nd picture?
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hello Doris

I have to say I like small towns than big cities, Munich is nice but not as nice as Bamburg and Rotherburg, though life would be a bit boring for living there as i didn't see any shopping mall/cinemas?

yes, I am that person

oh god, I so wanted to stay in Germany for much longer time and not returning to hell = my office

since you have never been to Rotherburg, I am going to find a picture i took there for you to look at, a very beautiful place

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Epic movies, like brokeback mountain, are seldom found in the industry or worthy for the mainstream viewer. As often as I have watched the clips of this movie, I always find something more to it. For one, the gay stuff doesn't enter the picture for me, only the dimension of the highest love I have ever witnessed in life or on film.
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