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2001\11\21@073450 by Vasile Surducan

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Dear piclisters and jalliens,

I'm proud to announce you that romanian researchers have won
ALL PRIZES at "The 50th Anniversary World Exhibition of Innovation
Research and New Technology" EUREKA Brussels 2001.
From 129 romanian participating patents, ALL won gold, silver and bronze
medals, Romania was first on top from about 40 participating countries.

Do you know where Romania is on the map ?
Is the same country which was rejected to become a member on the European
Union country and NATO because of his small economical performances.
BUT as you see, the inteligence and creativity has nothing to do with
economic performances or with standard of living from a country or
another.
More than that, when you haven't tools and you start your work by building
them your creativity is growing.

Best wishes from Romania,
Surducan Vasile, design engineer
http://www.geocities.com/vsurducan

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2001\11\21@100847 by mark

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Congratulations !


On 21 Nov 2001, at 13:18, Vasile Surducan wrote:

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2001\11\21@101606 by Douglas Butler

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Good for you!
I have always been a "small company man", working for companies of a
dozen people or fewer.  But I have always been in the USA.  I guess a
lot of the small company principles work for small countries too.

Sherpa Doug

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2001\11\21@105811 by Peter Barick

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>>> .....vasileKILLspamspam.....L30.ITIM-CJ.RO 11/21/01 05:18AM >>>
>>Dear piclisters and jalliens,

>>I'm proud to announce you that romanian researchers have won
>>ALL PRIZES at "The 50th Anniversary World Exhibition of Innovation
>>Research and New Technology" EUREKA Brussels 2001
I tip my hat on your colleagues achievements.


Do you know where Romania is on the map ?
 Yes, it shares a border river with Yugoslavia.

>>Is the same country which was rejected to become a member on the
European
>>Union country and NATO because of his small economical performances.
 I did not know that, but who is counting?
 What I know is that a certain famous Romanian nobleman, a count,
lived in a Castle high on a hill. He came out at night looking for a
village maiden who's neck glistened in the moonlight. This Hollywood
history lesson I remember well.  8=}

>>Best wishes from Romania,
>>Surducan Vasile, design engineer

La Revedere,
Peter, software designer, Unix devotee

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2001\11\21@111717 by Douglas Butler
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Well there was that amazing little gymnast a while back... What's her
name...

Now I'll just go back to mending my nets and telling stories about my
dory being attacked by the whale we were hunting ;-)

Sherpa Doug

> Do you know where Romania is on the map ?

>   What I know is that a certain famous Romanian nobleman, a count,
> lived in a Castle high on a hill. He came out at night looking for a
> village maiden who's neck glistened in the moonlight. This Hollywood
> history lesson I remember well.  8=}

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2001\11\21@152553 by Cristian C.

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At 11/21/2001, you wrote:
>Well there was that amazing little gymnast a while back... What's her
>name...

Nadia Comaneci, the first one in the World with 10.
Now an Anmerican Citizen.


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Dracula.
Hollywood story, not true.


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2001\11\21@160628 by David VanHorn

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>Dracula.
>Hollywood story, not true.

Somewhat true, Vlad Tepesch or Vlad Dracul, certainly existed.
Funny thing, he was thoroughly endorsed by the pope.

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2001\11\21@162851 by Jeff DeMaagd

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From: Cristian C. <spamBeGonebipspamBeGonespamFX.RO>

> > >   What I know is that a certain famous Romanian nobleman, a count,
> > > lived in a Castle high on a hill. He came out at night looking for a
> > > village maiden who's neck glistened in the moonlight. This Hollywood
> > > history lesson I remember well.  8=}
>
> Dracula.
> Hollywood story, not true.

IIRC, the stories existed long before there were motion pictures.

Jeff

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2001\11\21@171155 by Alexandre Domingos F. Souza

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>Do you know where Romania is on the map ?
>Is the same country which was rejected to become a member on the European
>Union country and NATO because of his small economical performances.
>BUT as you see, the inteligence and creativity has nothing to do with
>economic performances or with standard of living from a country or
>another.
>More than that, when you haven't tools and you start your work by building
>them your creativity is growing.

       Well, you should say also that the Romanian girls (BTW, Roman Black, are you from Romania? hehe) are one of the most beautiful in the world ;o)


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2001\11\21@175331 by Cristian C.

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At 11/21/2001, you wrote:

>>Dracula.
>>Hollywood story, not true.
>
>Somewhat true, Vlad Tepesch or Vlad Dracul, certainly existed.

He existed, but not like in the movie.

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2001\11\22@023545 by dr. Imre Bartfai

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Congratulations,

I guess a particular amount of poverty even contributes creativity (see
also our fate we share). Do you remember on the good old COCOM times?

Imre (from Hungary)

On Wed, 21 Nov 2001, Vasile Surducan wrote:

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2001\11\22@023650 by dr. Imre Bartfai

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On Wed, 21 Nov 2001, Cristian C. wrote:

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Known also as knight Vlad Tepes from the history. I heard last time
Romania want to build a Dracula Park near the original place (castle) of
Vlad Tepes. This is nevertheless another sort of creative idea but can be
treated as a rational one esp. in a world of irrationality.

Imre

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2001\11\22@031717 by Misana Enginyeria

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Ya lo decia Quevedo, PODEROSO CABALLERO ES DON DINERO

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Asunto: Re: [EE]: proud announcement


At 11/21/2001, you wrote:
>Well there was that amazing little gymnast a while back... What's her
>name...

Nadia Comaneci, the first one in the World with 10.
Now an Anmerican Citizen.


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Dracula.
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2001\11\22@040224 by Cristian C.

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At 11/22/2001, you wrote:
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Unfortunately not there, but near the single old German burg Sighishoara.
They will destroy it.

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2001\11\22@040241 by Cristian C.

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At 11/22/2001, you wrote:
>Congratulations,
>
>I guess a particular amount of poverty even contributes creativity (see
>also our fate we share). Do you remember on the good old COCOM times?

COCOM is still operating, underground.


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2001\11\22@140946 by Peter L. Peres

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>> Dracula.
>> Hollywood story, not true.
>
>IIRC, the stories existed long before there were motion pictures.
>
>Jeff

http://romanian.thebans.com/romuniv/bans.asp

The page above contains a link to a version of the real story (when it
works ?) (a bio of V.T.).

Peter

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2001\11\22@153715 by David VanHorn

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At 09:11 PM 11/22/01 +0200, Peter L. Peres wrote:
> >> Dracula.
> >> Hollywood story, not true.
> >
> >IIRC, the stories existed long before there were motion pictures.
> >
> >Jeff
>
>http://romanian.thebans.com/romuniv/bans.asp
>
>The page above contains a link to a version of the real story (when it
>works ?) (a bio of V.T.).

Would make a good movie, IMHO.
Not the count in cape, but the real version, which I think is more scary.

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2001\11\22@154542 by Alexandre Domingos F. Souza

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>>I guess a particular amount of poverty even contributes creativity (see
>>also our fate we share). Do you remember on the good old COCOM times?
>COCOM is still operating, underground.

       But what is the matr...er..COCOM? :o)


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2001\11\23@065121 by Vasile Surducan

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On Wed, 21 Nov 2001, David VanHorn wrote:

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> >Dracula.
> >Hollywood story, not true.
>
> Somewhat true, Vlad Tepesch or Vlad Dracul, certainly existed.
> Funny thing, he was thoroughly endorsed by the pope.
>
 Dave, Vlad Tepes was loved by poor people and hate by the riches.
As I learned at history lessons ( 30 years ago ) on his time, if anybody
loosed a purse with gold money on the street it was sure it can found in
the same place another day, else someone steel that purse and the judges
found it quilty, die by lacerate in a stake ( Tepesch, in romanian is a
derived word from stake )

 So, be sure, dracula's mith is exactly like the NZ tasmanian devill in
cartoons.

Regards, Vasile

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2001\11\23@075755 by Alan B. Pearce

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>NZ tasmanian devill

Actually the Tasmanian Devil is from Tasmania in Australia, not New Zealand.
It was an actual animal which became extinct in the 1930's.

Alan (a New Zealander)

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2001\11\23@091728 by Ken Johnson

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Hi, close but no cigar!
The tassie devil is very much alive and well in the bush here in tassie-
they are the local "clean-up" squad for any dead or injured animals. They
are only about a foot to 18 inches long, but have a fearsome set of jaws,
fortunately they are scavengers not predators.  The extinct animal was the
thylacine or tasmanian tiger.

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> >NZ tasmanian devill
>
> Actually the Tasmanian Devil is from Tasmania in Australia, not
> New Zealand.
> It was an actual animal which became extinct in the 1930's.
>
> Alan (a New Zealander)
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2001\11\23@102719 by David VanHorn

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>   Dave, Vlad Tepes was loved by poor people and hate by the riches.
>As I learned at history lessons ( 30 years ago ) on his time, if anybody
>  loosed a purse with gold money on the street it was sure it can found in
>the same place another day, else someone steel that purse and the judges
>found it quilty, die by lacerate in a stake ( Tepesch, in romanian is a
>derived word from stake )
>
>   So, be sure, dracula's mith is exactly like the NZ tasmanian devill in
>cartoons.

That's why I think it would make a good movie.
Much more complex and interesting, in the original.
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2001\11\23@143926 by Arnold Chord

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He had a funny habit of driving a stake through someone's chest if they did
not want to convert to Cathalocism.
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2001\11\23@201852 by Dale Botkin

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It's been my observation that psychopathic murderers com in all shapes,
sizes, colors, genders, races, nationalitites and religions, and have used
all of the above (and more) as excuses for their behavior.

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> He had a funny habit of driving a stake through someone's chest if they did
> not want to convert to Cathalocism.
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2001\11\26@005023 by Sean H. Breheny

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Hi Arnold,

I honestly don't know for sure if you are right or wrong about that, but
where did you get your information?

Sean

At 11:31 AM 11/23/01 -0800, you wrote:
>He had a funny habit of driving a stake through someone's chest if they did
>not want to convert to Cathalocism.

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