Monday, May 17, 2010

Regarding the nature of time



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Ich bin Zeitreisender. I guess that phrase is not found in too many German books for foreign tourists.

19 comments:

The Real Shliach said...

Where have I seen this before?

A Suede Ḥossid said...

Laptop?

A Suede Ḥossid said...

See the update.

The Real Shliach said...

Obviously, I've never seen this before.

A Suede Ḥossid said...

And yet you’ve seen the above clip as a part of The Illusionist? Makes sense.

A Suede Ḥossid said...

I recommend, by the way. No past nisht stuff (very nearly).

A Suede Ḥossid said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCgTRiAboEY

A Suede Ḥossid said...

“I say, what are you doing with that lead piping?”

Only the British can pull a phrase like that off.

A Suede Ḥossid said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4b2QqgCtcQ

The Real Shliach said...

Who said I saw the above clip as part of anything?

A Suede Ḥossid said...

You asked where you saw it before.

The Real Shliach said...

And then I wrote, "Obviously, I've never seen this before."

A Suede Ḥossid said...

Why obviously?

Dovid said...

Suede Hossid! Haha, very clever.

What's the seder?
Psuedo->Suede->Velvet->Terylene?

The Real Shliach said...

Well, it was obvious to me, at any rate.

A Suede Ḥossid said...

Suede Hossid → Velvet Revolutionary. That’s how it happens.

Dovid said...

On FB it appears you are not suede at all actually...

A Suede Ḥossid said...

No, in real life I am a man of cloth.

Dovid said...

Terylene cloth?