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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 2:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

VikeManDan wrote:
Has anyone picked up or is planning on grabbing Madden '15? Any initial reactions out there from our Viking forum members?


I refuse to buy another copy of that game until they get of rid of 3 seconds running of the clock during autosimmed PATs.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 3:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Time for v4.0?
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Time for v4.0?


I think so.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 3:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Adopt a Viking???
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I was in Prague and Budapest over the last 10 days. The women are really something to behold. I studied abroad in Prague, and it never, ever got old. I've been several times and will probably go back several more.

I lived in Prague in 1992-1993, not long after the fall of the Communist government. Half-liter beers were 6 cents. Not a typo. 6 cents. My rent was 70 bucks a month. Admission to the Repre Klub (now gloriously restored as Smetana Hall - check the link below) was 25 cents. And the girls...aye, caramba!!!

Imagine dancing on the stage of this hall with a bunch of drunk, tripping, water-soaked Czech girls. Smile

(Click the middle of the three images.)

http://www.obecnidum.cz/en/smetana-hall-1404042388.html
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 6:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

El Raymundo wrote:
wcblack34 wrote:
I was in Prague and Budapest over the last 10 days. The women are really something to behold. I studied abroad in Prague, and it never, ever got old. I've been several times and will probably go back several more.

I lived in Prague in 1992-1993, not long after the fall of the Communist government. Half-liter beers were 6 cents. Not a typo. 6 cents. My rent was 70 bucks a month. Admission to the Repre Klub (now gloriously restored as Smetana Hall - check the link below) was 25 cents. And the girls...aye, caramba!!!

Imagine dancing on the stage of this hall with a bunch of drunk, tripping, water-soaked Czech girls. Smile

(Click the middle of the three images.)

http://www.obecnidum.cz/en/smetana-hall-1404042388.html


Haha, I clicked on this thread because I saw that El Ray had posted Laughing

I am very jealous that you got to be there during that time. It would have been amazing. I am fascinated by the former Soviet Bloc countries and the fall of communism. I would really love to live in Prague for a couple of years before I die. I absolutely love that city.

The Smetana Hall looks incredible. I will have to put that on the list next time I go. Prague is still quite cheap compared to the rest of Europe. The beer is among the best in the world and still only costs a buck or two for a half-liter. Can't get by for 70 bucks a month anymore though!

And yes, the Czech women are simply stunning. Of the places I've traveled, they're certainly in the Top 3-5 (maybe Top 2 depending on the day!).
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wcblack34 wrote:
El Raymundo wrote:
wcblack34 wrote:
I was in Prague and Budapest over the last 10 days. The women are really something to behold. I studied abroad in Prague, and it never, ever got old. I've been several times and will probably go back several more.

I lived in Prague in 1992-1993, not long after the fall of the Communist government. Half-liter beers were 6 cents. Not a typo. 6 cents. My rent was 70 bucks a month. Admission to the Repre Klub (now gloriously restored as Smetana Hall - check the link below) was 25 cents. And the girls...aye, caramba!!!

Imagine dancing on the stage of this hall with a bunch of drunk, tripping, water-soaked Czech girls. Smile

(Click the middle of the three images.)

http://www.obecnidum.cz/en/smetana-hall-1404042388.html


Haha, I clicked on this thread because I saw that El Ray had posted Laughing

I am very jealous that you got to be there during that time. It would have been amazing. I am fascinated by the former Soviet Bloc countries and the fall of communism. I would really love to live in Prague for a couple of years before I die. I absolutely love that city.

The Smetana Hall looks incredible. I will have to put that on the list next time I go. Prague is still quite cheap compared to the rest of Europe. The beer is among the best in the world and still only costs a buck or two for a half-liter. Can't get by for 70 bucks a month anymore though!

And yes, the Czech women are simply stunning. Of the places I've traveled, they're certainly in the Top 3-5 (maybe Top 2 depending on the day!).


Go to Stockholm in the summer, my friend. You won't regret it. Smile

Glad to hear you're enjoying Europe so much. Can't wait 'til I get to move there. Soon, I hope!
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 8:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

El Raymundo wrote:
wcblack34 wrote:
El Raymundo wrote:
wcblack34 wrote:
I was in Prague and Budapest over the last 10 days. The women are really something to behold. I studied abroad in Prague, and it never, ever got old. I've been several times and will probably go back several more.

I lived in Prague in 1992-1993, not long after the fall of the Communist government. Half-liter beers were 6 cents. Not a typo. 6 cents. My rent was 70 bucks a month. Admission to the Repre Klub (now gloriously restored as Smetana Hall - check the link below) was 25 cents. And the girls...aye, caramba!!!

Imagine dancing on the stage of this hall with a bunch of drunk, tripping, water-soaked Czech girls. Smile

(Click the middle of the three images.)

http://www.obecnidum.cz/en/smetana-hall-1404042388.html


Haha, I clicked on this thread because I saw that El Ray had posted Laughing

I am very jealous that you got to be there during that time. It would have been amazing. I am fascinated by the former Soviet Bloc countries and the fall of communism. I would really love to live in Prague for a couple of years before I die. I absolutely love that city.

The Smetana Hall looks incredible. I will have to put that on the list next time I go. Prague is still quite cheap compared to the rest of Europe. The beer is among the best in the world and still only costs a buck or two for a half-liter. Can't get by for 70 bucks a month anymore though!

And yes, the Czech women are simply stunning. Of the places I've traveled, they're certainly in the Top 3-5 (maybe Top 2 depending on the day!).


Go to Stockholm in the summer, my friend. You won't regret it. Smile

Glad to hear you're enjoying Europe so much. Can't wait 'til I get to move there. Soon, I hope!


Are you adopting? Laughing
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 8:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

wcblack34 wrote:
El Raymundo wrote:
wcblack34 wrote:
El Raymundo wrote:
wcblack34 wrote:
I was in Prague and Budapest over the last 10 days. The women are really something to behold. I studied abroad in Prague, and it never, ever got old. I've been several times and will probably go back several more.

I lived in Prague in 1992-1993, not long after the fall of the Communist government. Half-liter beers were 6 cents. Not a typo. 6 cents. My rent was 70 bucks a month. Admission to the Repre Klub (now gloriously restored as Smetana Hall - check the link below) was 25 cents. And the girls...aye, caramba!!!

Imagine dancing on the stage of this hall with a bunch of drunk, tripping, water-soaked Czech girls. Smile

(Click the middle of the three images.)

http://www.obecnidum.cz/en/smetana-hall-1404042388.html


Haha, I clicked on this thread because I saw that El Ray had posted Laughing

I am very jealous that you got to be there during that time. It would have been amazing. I am fascinated by the former Soviet Bloc countries and the fall of communism. I would really love to live in Prague for a couple of years before I die. I absolutely love that city.

The Smetana Hall looks incredible. I will have to put that on the list next time I go. Prague is still quite cheap compared to the rest of Europe. The beer is among the best in the world and still only costs a buck or two for a half-liter. Can't get by for 70 bucks a month anymore though!

And yes, the Czech women are simply stunning. Of the places I've traveled, they're certainly in the Top 3-5 (maybe Top 2 depending on the day!).


Go to Stockholm in the summer, my friend. You won't regret it. Smile

Glad to hear you're enjoying Europe so much. Can't wait 'til I get to move there. Soon, I hope!


Are you adopting? Laughing

Sure, why not? It's never a bad idea to have a loyal Vikes fan for a neighbor-slash-luggage Sherpa! Razz

First residence on the list is Paris. La Raymunda and I are thinking of living in different cities for six-to-twelve month stretches and just have fun doing that, as well as spending a lot of time walking on the long-distance hiking trails that crisscross Europe. Splendid news: The E1 now goes all the way to North Cape! SCORE!
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I would be an excellent luggage Sherpa!

I have not yet been to Paris. I want to wait until I can afford to do it right. No hostels or cheap hotels.

I have actually started looking at retirement homes in Europe and Thailand. I have quite some time to go before retirement, but I definitely plan to retire abroad.
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I would be an excellent luggage Sherpa!

I have not yet been to Paris. I want to wait until I can afford to do it right. No hostels or cheap hotels.

I have actually started looking at retirement homes in Europe and Thailand. I have quite some time to go before retirement, but I definitely plan to retire abroad.

Let me know when you go to Paris. I can recommend a nice apartment right on the edge of the 9th and 10th arrondissements. It's a nice one-bedroom place and was about $1200 for six nights. Easy walking distance from Métro and not too far at all from all the other good stuff at the center of the city (like the Louvre, the Jardin des Tuilieres, Place de la Concorde - where they chopped off all the heads - Notre Dame, Sainte-Chappelle, and so on).

After this October I'll be able to recommend (or not recommend) apartments in Rome and Florence as well. Smile
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Adopt a Viking???


I'll take it we aren't doing it this year?
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SteelKing728 wrote:
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I'll take it we aren't doing it this year?

just like when you asked a month ago too.

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I am planning a move to Colorado, Oregon, or Washington, next year. Maybe it should be Europe instead......
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PrplChilPill wrote:
I am planning a move to Colorado, Oregon, or Washington, next year. Maybe it should be Europe instead......


Oregon is suppsoed to be the most underrated beautiful state in the US! I mean, just look at this!

http://i.imgur.com/Wm8sqbJ.jpg

Gorgeous. Drool
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