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Post by Moshe on Fri Aug 15, 2008 4:17 am

Shalom, and Happy Gaming,

My name is Moshe Malyevshevsky (try saying that 4 times, quickly, while drunk)!! I am an Israeli-born Jew, and am now currently residing in Pennsylvania, USA. I am a widower, 55+ years old, medically disabled, and served in the IDF thru many trying times (including the 1973 War & Lebanon). I am a Messianic Jew, and am proud to call Mr. Watts both "Friend" & "Brother in Chr-st"! Unfortunetly, this friendship does not entitle me to free Guiness at the Pub!! Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad

I have been participating in Agema Simulations for a number of years now (quite badly I might add), and, have never failed to enjoy myself tremendously!!! I have also since learned to accustom myself to the fact that any country I run goes flat broke, quickly!! Sad All in all, I have, I am, and, I always will enjoy my journey thru time, and history with Richard Watts!!

Moshe.....

Bye the Bye Richard!! I'm still awaiting approval of 3x eLI(x) Bunny Battalions ( Shocked Why do I suddenly hear the theme song from Twilight Zone?? Shocked )!!

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Post by count-de-monet on Fri Aug 15, 2008 7:42 am

A wam welcome Moshe. New members to the board are always welcome as it will stimulate discussion and interaction on this great game.

Sounds like you must have some very interesting life stories.

"Cry Havov and let slip the bunnies of war" eh ?

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Post by Richard D. Watts on Fri Aug 15, 2008 8:09 am

Hey, this talk of bunnies is starting to concern me... I nearly acquired a house rabbit, and a battalion of giant lop-eared rabbits would be quite scary since they can be very violent when they don't get what they want!

Apparently they use their back hind legs (paws?) to thump the ground when danger arises, so they would make excellent sentries...

Recently I was running down a country lane early one morning when a dozen rabbits went at speed across my path: I reckon they must have heard the 'thump, thump' of my feet pounding the dust and concluded a very big rabbit was raising the alarm to run home to their burrows!

Ahem... well you can tell it's early in the morning and I've not fully woken up yet or no doubt I wouldn't be writing this!

Better get back to doing some work for you guys...

Grace & Peace,

Richard

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Post by count-de-monet on Fri Aug 15, 2008 9:34 am

Just think of the Python sketch in The Holy Grail.

Rabbits are very dangerous creatures. I think Moshe could be onto something here Very Happy
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Post by Moshe on Fri Aug 15, 2008 11:49 am

Greetings Again........

Q. What do Eric the Rabbit and Smokey the Bear all have in common?
A. They have the same middle name.

Well, it seemed funny when I found it!! But......I got better!! Embarassed
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The Wienerkings (also known as Dachsmen) were another aggressive, seafaring people, who pestered European coastal villages in the eighth and ninth centuries. They were never known to actually kill anyone, but, instead, preferred to stab annoyingly at their victim's ankles. Perhaps even more interesting was their battle cry, described in some ancient legends as a "sort of yipping sound."

The Wienerkings vanished rather quickly, and historians are in dispute as to exacly why. The most prevalent theory, however, is that they may have repeatedly and inadvertently crossed paths with the Rottweilerites, another obscure people that just about everyone avoided. tongue tongue

What was it that I said about Guiness??? Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

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Post by revvaughan on Fri Aug 15, 2008 7:36 pm

Welcome and glad to meet you, even it it is only through the internet. I look forward to meeting you in the court or on the field if you are in Game VII or Game II.

Grace and Peace,

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Post by Moshe on Fri Aug 15, 2008 8:26 pm

Hale & Well Met CRV,

Thank you for your most gracious welcome, I greatly sppreciate it!! I am the Chancellor of The Kalmar Union, Count Adolphus Piper, in LGDR II....

Regards,
Moshe
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Post by revvaughan on Sat Aug 16, 2008 3:26 pm

My men where read uniforms in the same game!

Grace and Peace,

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Post by Moshe on Sat Aug 16, 2008 6:38 pm

count-de-monet wrote:A wam welcome Moshe. New members to the board are always welcome as it will stimulate discussion and interaction on this great game.

Sounds like you must have some very interesting life stories.

"Cry Havov and let slip the bunnies of war" eh ?

Thank you for your cordial welcome Count! I really appreciate the warmth & friendliness with which I have been received in this, the Ultimate of Forums!! It speaks well for any game/sim, when a newbie is meet with such openess..........As for life stories, I have more than many, but, naught as many as others!

Blessed Be,
Moshe
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Post by revvaughan on Sat Aug 16, 2008 7:01 pm

My last post here should be a warning to others to never type before having a cup of coffee. Indeed, one must always have the coffee required to operate. I meant to say that my troops wear "red". Sheesh I should learn to read my own writing.

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Post by Moshe on Sat Aug 16, 2008 7:15 pm

revvaughan wrote:My men where read uniforms in the same game!

Grace and Peace,

CRV

Ahaahha.......So you're the Jackanapes!! Or is that Jackalope?? Or is it......Oh! Oh!! Bad bunny! Bad!! Baad Bunny!! Ssstop....Sssstop! We hatesses rrrrabittssess........!! Sorry!! Urggghh, ahem!! Welllll......fancy that! Obviously I was thinking about Spain! Yes, I thought you said "The Dons"! My bad, please forgive! Did you knowe that poor, Great Cthulluh never had a teddy bear??

Anyways, getting back to the hollowed subject of Guiness...................... Now I'm feeling much, much better.
Thank you so much!

So, you're the King of England? Well met!! I must send you a wedding invitation quickly......it's the 18th of November of 1734. A bit cold, but, capital snuggling weather! You'll get the invite letter next turn!

And, as me olde, sainted Father used to tell me:

Antiquis temporibus, nati tibi similes in rupibus vntosissimis exponebantur ad necem = In the good old days, children like you were left to perish on windswept crags.

Blessed Be,
Moshe

P.S......Myne is a warning to ave a pint upon hearing reveille sounded!! Ave Guiness!!
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Post by revvaughan on Sat Aug 16, 2008 7:20 pm

I shall certainly look forward to the invite...

CRV
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Re: New Member

Post by Kingmaker on Sat Aug 16, 2008 7:26 pm

Any care to say how Russia is doing in Game 2 it was a position of mine at 1 time....


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Post by revvaughan on Sat Aug 16, 2008 7:33 pm

I have had no contact from them so I am not certain that they are active at this time. Sure would like for them to respond.
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Post by Moshe on Sat Aug 16, 2008 7:38 pm

revvaughan wrote:I shall certainly look forward to the invite...

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You don't even have to bring a present! Unless His Majestye wisheth to present Us withe a nice Carronade wrapped in red ribbons?? Now switching over to the LGDR Forum, for more conversation.

Cheers,
Moshe

Antiquis temporibus, nati tibi similes in rupibus vntosissimis exponebantur ad necem = In the good old days, children like you were left to perish on windswept crags.

P.S.........Ave Kingmaker........I just sent a letter to Russia (which is active with a new player), but, no answer yet!! It's Spayne I can't get to answer His mail, as I need Him to authorize Tuscany to send me a mission to build a breechblock for a new Swedish rifle!
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Post by revvaughan on Sat Aug 16, 2008 8:37 pm

Those smashers that we possess seem to get the attention of everyone for sure and certain.

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Post by revvaughan on Sat Aug 16, 2008 8:42 pm

Test for Signature...
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Re: Those Smashers

Post by Moshe on Sat Aug 16, 2008 9:44 pm

revvaughan wrote:Those smashers that we possess seem to get the attention of everyone for sure and certain.

CRV

albino Yes, they certainly do at that!! And, a comfort they are to Swedish hearts & minds albino lol!
The queen thoroughly enjoys the sound of those big boooms!!

Cheers,
Moshe
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Post by revvaughan on Sun Aug 17, 2008 12:10 am

You never know what we might be able to work out. Very Happy
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Re: New Member

Post by revvaughan on Sun Dec 14, 2008 5:38 am

Anyone heard from Moshe... He has been quiet lately and I miss his comments and expertise. You out there brother... Here is a albino for you. Everyone needs a albino at santa rendeer !

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