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Second Annual R.A.T.\'sdinner 13th of August 2004
#31
Hi Aitor,<br>
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Well, I guess you should 've been there.. <br>
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But seriously, some of us are re-enactors (and very happy to get out wet uniforms - it had been pooring all day), and some came straight from work.<br>
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Valete,<br>
Valerius/Robert <p></p><i></i>
Robert Vermaat
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FECTIO Late Romans
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#32
Sorry to hear that the weather spoiled your week-end at Archeon and the same for Jenny, hope that things will improve soon for you!<br>
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Aitor <p></p><i></i>
It\'s all an accident, an accident of hands. Mine, others, all without mind, from one extreme to another, but neither works nor will ever.

Rolf Steiner
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#33
it was indeed a very nice evening!<br>
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Rome did not create a great empire by having meetings -- they did it by killing all those who opposed them.<br>
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gr,
Jeroen Pelgrom
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I would rather have fire storms of atmospheres than this cruel descent from a thousand years of dreams.
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#34
Even though I am too poor to afford trips overseas, the life of a student is a tight one, I find it always interesting to get to see what the people who we talk to one this site look like. Does anybody feel the same, or am I the only one. <p>THERE ARE NO STUPID PEOPLE, ONLY PEOPLE STUPID ENOUGH TO NOT KNOW WHEN THEY'VE MADE A MISTAKE</p><i></i>
"Freedom was at stake- freedom, which whets the courage of brave men"- Titus Livius

Nil recitas et vis, Mamerce, poeta videri.
Quidquid vis esto, dummodo nil recites!- Martial
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#35
Pompeius,<br>
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You are not allone in this particular case, that's why I asked the question.<br>
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Uwe <p></p><i></i>
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#36
Good to hear I'm not alone. And feel free to call me Magnus. <p></p><i></i>
"Freedom was at stake- freedom, which whets the courage of brave men"- Titus Livius

Nil recitas et vis, Mamerce, poeta videri.
Quidquid vis esto, dummodo nil recites!- Martial
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#37
To bad I live in Australia, sounds like it would have been fun. <p></p><i></i>
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