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  • boes1970
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    Originally posted by T202
    Hello and welcome, I am from Holland also, Holland, Michigan
    Well, it's always nice to meet people from Holland So nice meeting you....and Greets from Holland Europe

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  • T202
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    Hello and welcome, I am from Holland also, Holland, Michigan

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  • Bill Warnock
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    Originally posted by boes1970
    Hey there,

    My name is Maikel and I'm a securityofficer for about 15 years now. I've workt on a big eventcentre called Jaarbeurs Utrecht and right now I'm back where it all begun.
    Working in 2 refugeecentres here in Holland.
    I'm married and have to great sons.

    I hope to meet some pleasant folks over here, but I think that won't be a problem!

    Anything you want to know, feel free to ask.

    Greetssssss Maikel
    I would hope you are on Hoffmann's mailing list for "Detective Tips." Number1 109 and 110 have had some good zingers. With Gerd's blessings I have included lessions learned from his "Tips" pamphlets. It is a good resource.
    Welcome aboard to you,
    Enjoy the day,
    Bill

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  • boes1970
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    Yes sir!

    That's right. The are building this ship as we speak. The build also the VOC ship Batavia. This ship is ready and sailing.

    The ship you are revering to takes a couple of years to build. They try to do it as authenticly as possible. So old tecniques and handcraft.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Originally posted by boes1970
    I live in Lelystad. A city about 45 km east from Amsterdam. A town with almost no historie. It excist only for about 25 years and is build in the Flevopolder. A piece of land we took from the see.
    Groetjes Maikel,

    Isn't Lelystad where the replica of the Dutch ship-of-the-line Zeven Provincien is?

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Originally posted by boes1970
    Wilkommen (welcome) is in Dutch welkom
    Oh well, I knew I should have paid more attention to the Dutch girl I was flirting with in London!

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  • boes1970
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    He thnx

    He thnxs for a nice and warm welcome. A very small correction is, however needed.

    Wilkommen and Guten morgen are German words and not Dutch

    Wilkommen (welcome) is in Dutch welkom

    Gutenmorgen (goodmorning) in Dutch goedenmorgen.

    And thank you in Dutch dank u.

    And that concludes our Dutch lesson for today

    I live in Lelystad. A city about 45 km east from Amsterdam. A town with almost no historie. It excist only for about 25 years and is build in the Flevopolder. A piece of land we took from the see.

    Greetings (groetjes ) Maikel
    Last edited by boes1970; 06-19-2006, 11:45 AM.

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  • IB107
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    Guten Morgen!

    :P

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Wilkommen! Nice to have some Dutch on board. Where in Holland do you live?

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  • boes1970
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    Hello from the Netherlands

    Hey there,

    My name is Maikel and I'm a securityofficer for about 15 years now. I've workt on a big eventcentre called Jaarbeurs Utrecht and right now I'm back where it all begun.
    Working in 2 refugeecentres here in Holland.
    I'm married and have to great sons.

    I hope to meet some pleasant folks over here, but I think that won't be a problem!

    Anything you want to know, feel free to ask.

    Greetssssss Maikel

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