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Gn15, G, 1:24ish people and scenery
You Sir, are a NUT!
I'll have to lurk on that site I suppose. I can read what's going on because of the Google translation feature, but I can't speak any German. My grandparents were the last ones in the family to do so I think. (I'm 67 and only remember hearing a tiny bit of conversation and seeing the German Bibles they had.)
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You guys are the best!
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We are always sure of a smile with your work.
I like the hamster with the shades looking on.
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Ever since Mr. Baggins discovered his interest in Gn15 electro-speeders, some real strange characters are hanging around the KEG line.
Probably some kind of Time Tunnel in the neighbourhood.
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