Nah, my stomach would never make it on a boat trip from Germany to NYC unless it was the QEII, I'd just have to deal with the grabby stewardess if she tried anything untoward. ::insert evil cackle:: Or maybe not, it's quite a jump from petty poster thief to suspected hijacker! ;D
Alas I unlike a certain Mr Crown do not want creases. I must roll and not fold and by briefcase isn't big enough for that roll... what to do what to do... I know I'll pose as an architect and roll it up among plans for my latest Frank Lloyd Wright-ish creation.
Grrr... and the video won't work for me, I only get audio, thee looks to be soehing wrong with the video codec according to the diagnostic. If anyone is getting the complete video to work, let me know so I'll know the fault lies not with the video but with my codecs. *sigh*
I updated my site and since I was busy and didn't do much this month, I finally remembered to do what I'd been meaning to do for about two months - upload PB ads I have, including a couple of latest Omega ads, in chronological order. More or less.
Post by sparklingblue on Oct 31, 2003 17:59:12 GMT -5
The spot played fine on my Windows media player. On Real the sound worked, but the picture came out very choppy. I don't know which player you use, though. For codecs I have Indeo on my computer. You could try installing it if you don't have it yet.
There used to be a free download of it online, but I can't find it anymore.
Spakling kindly gave us a loose translation way back on page one of this topic.
Then the woman asks him whether he has any bullets left. Pierce pulls over and pops open a compartment in the car revealing the chocolates. He smirks at her and says "Only golden ones." The woman eats one and tells him how "perfectly equipped" he is. He smiles at her again and says "Every shot a hit."
And yes that laugh of pure pleasure and outrageous fun is just like the one they should never have cut from DAD!
Absolutely. Thank you for reminding about the translation; the first half was kind of obvious from the context, tough, but the second is a lot more intersting. A full circle and almost back to where Goldeneye started, with the size of Mr. Bond's ego.
I wasn't thinking about the whole accent thing with the impersonator . . . just the general sound of his voice, I guess the vocal range thing Ace mentioned . . . maybe what he would sound like if he was raised in Germany and spoke German. Does that make sense?