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Samstag, 31. März 2012
Habe gerade bei Facebook diesen Radiomitschnitt von DJ Derezon aus dem Jahre 1993 gefunden, mit "Aone" Rip aus NYC und später dann auch noch Mc Arunski dem Partner von Kaos GFA! Ansonsten mit vielen schönen alten Songs aus den 80ern von A wie Arunski, über C wie Cora E, bis hin zu Z wie Zulu Nation.......
Aone Part Min 35:30
Mc Arunski GFA 40:43
nebenbei erwähnt Mc Arunski da auch noch die Eröffnung der 2.Filiale von Mad Flavor in Steglitz, die 1.Filiale gab es ja schon seit 1991.... Deutschlands ältester Hip Hop Store
den Link habe ich bei CRIME TDC gefunden, Berliner Old School Legende aus dem Märkischen Viertel, von der Ersten Generation!
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I'm going to agree that new Verbs aren't a bad thing. Good DPS players that die when they get aggro acpcet that a healers priority is the tank, and they wouldn't get healed. It's their fault for pulling aggro. DPS that complain that they got themselves gibbed don't belong in a good raid.It definitely seems like this is a more PVP oriented spell than anything. I can't think of any fights where this would be necessary. I could see it being used to grief people though. You pop levitate and run off a cliff and force someone to Leap of Faith off it. Make someone take a leap of faith away from a mining or herb node. You have to be grouped with them, so I'm not sure who'd want to grief their own party/raid members. Personally, as a healer class, I see myself as an enabler. I enable my group/raid to succeed. The more tools I have to counter stupidity the better.
Ohh, good thing we got away quick then when it ended (saw one police car just arnriivg).We were at the Shed, because Rosie O'Grady's only had a limit of 200, and the Dean had a line outside when we arrived(about 10.40).The crowd at the Shed was good too, just a lot of f-words from people(including us!!), but as I said, we left quickly.Some poor guy was half crying outside!It was such a crap way to lose, it couldn't have happened in a more crappy way!!
Good article apart from one point; “Boulder city/county is one of the worst places in the country”. You couldn’t be so far away from the truth. While it may be hard to have so many miles of trail on your door step and not be allowed to bike on most of it, you still have reasonably easy access to a staggeringly good selection of bikable trails.I moved to this country in 2000 from the UK (in an area with an large abundance of trails) to Milwaukee. Within a year I had given up mountain bike as trail biking was just non existent. The only trail was 45 minutes drive and it was one way. It was a nice trail but became soul destroyingly boring. I took up road biking instead.Seven years later I moved to the Chicago area. This area has a very dedicated group (CAMBr.org) fighting for trail access and preserving and upgrading what they have. The hurdles this group has to overcome seemed to me to be a magnitude of order greater than anything I have seen in the Boulder area.Then this year I had the good fortune to be able to move to the Boulder area. I found the mountain in my mountain biking again. The trails are in the scale and magnitude of the best that I ever rode in Britain (or even France) during the 90s. I can run a 30 mile ride from my home (in Louisville) and ride out to Marshall Mesa, Flatirons Vista, Doudy Draw and Springbrook Loop and barely touch a road. Within 45 minutes I can hit the trails in Golden, Hall, Hail, Walker and I look forward to trying out Betasso. So while Boulder may not be up there on the list of access like Bend and Asheville (mentioned above) those examples are the exception to the norm. Most of US towns have it vastly worse than what it is here when it comes of trail access. Consider this; Consider yourself lucky that you even have this problem of trail access. Boulder is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty. With that comes the desire to live here and the yuppies and nimbies with their wealth. It’s not ideal but you have to learn to live with it and pick your battles. I for one, that as a mountain biker, am very happy to call Boulder county my home.
Hi, Marty. I supported both a connector trail from Boulder to Eldorado and the concept of a lunch loop in the Amenone area, and am sorry that the city council came to a different conclusion. But I think part of the problem is a lack of perspective and tendency to overstate the case from folks on all sides, that leads to a much mbitter set of divisions than necessary, and makes it harder to get balanced management decisions out of the political process. To the opponents of bike access who argued that adding a bike trail would be a terrible environmental impact – even if every trail that anyone has suggested were added, Boulder County would still have among the best preserved habitat near a metropolitan area that you could find anywhere in the US. But on the other side, I think it really overstates the case to say “Boulder city/county is one of the worst places in the country (along with Marin County, California) for its antiquated attitude toward mtb-ers”. The truth is that in the last few years the city and county, in cooperation with BMA, have added the whole Dirty Bismarck loop, opened up Doudy Draw to mtn bikes, built the Springbrook trail, built the Wild Turkey Trail, bought the Olsen property which then made it possible to build the Picture Rock Trail, bought the Benjamin property which is now allowing the new Benjamin/Betasso loop, and are moving towards extending the trail up Boulder Canyon to allow connections to Chapman Drive and ultimately the Betasso link trail. Is it enogh – no. But we are making progress. Asan elected official who has worked hard at the county level to increase mountain bike access, I find that the more polarized things get, the harder my job becomes in winning votes for new trails.
Be careful...unicorns can be rellay strenuous too!Getting yourself in a bind (which is what that is when you twist your arm under your thigh like that) is the first step in getting into bird of paradise (which is the second link). So you are already partially there. Next you have to stand up and kick out your leg while keeping your hands clasped!CHER - I WISH I COULD GO WITH YOU! We would have somuchfun! Maybe if I start walking to Canada now.And thanks ya'll and thanks to Hutch again for letting me take over the place today!
Ein echt gutes Teil. Danke, dass du darauf aufmerksam machst. Ich bin jetzt erstmal begeistert mir zuhören beshcäftigt ^^