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Old 18-02-2015, 01:56
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We need a poetry thread
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Old 18-02-2015, 06:42
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We need a poetry thread
Hi Rijk & Hans,

Great idea about creating a "poetry" thread. Although I would never escalate any of my attempts to express myself to the level of poetry or for that matter, anything more than the mundane, I would appreciate it if Hans could move my last two "poetic" postings to an "Off Topic" thread titled, "Attempts at Expression". For in reality, we are nothing more than what we feel via the medium in which chose to express ourselves.

Thank You!
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Old 18-02-2015, 06:58
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... back on track then ... with an Australian by-product. Did you know that sometimes cereals came with cards or stickers? In Australia, Weet-Bix is a breakfast cereal manufactured by Sanitarium Ltd. They had many series of weet-bix cards from 1942 to 2009. And, in 1971 they featured a Spyker on one of them... I particularly like the instructions on the backside . "ask mother's permission..."
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Old 18-02-2015, 13:09
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Old 19-02-2015, 04:42
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Hi Rijk,

What is it? Perhaps a mold for a foie gras mousse, parfait, or pâté, in the form of traditional Spyker logo? But here again, that ubiquitous blue protective tape from a previous post has me puzzled!
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Old 26-02-2015, 15:38
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... almost 4 years ago, I was postulating
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I am waiting for the first photo of a Spyker tattoo !
and here we go!!!

... in case you cannot spend money on a Spyker, do this... ... and I am sure you will finally get there! Where is this tattoo located? Can you tell? Male or female? May I propose a Spyker Tattoo Owners - private forum. It is not resolved yet how exactly to prove you're eligible.
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Old 26-02-2015, 18:17
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... almost 4 years ago, I was postulating and here we go!!!

... in case you cannot spend money on a Spyker, do this... ... and I am sure you will finally get there! Where is this tattoo located? Can you tell? Male or female? May I propose a Spyker Tattoo Owners - private forum. It is not resolved yet how exactly to prove you're eligible.
We might be able to locate it if we have the full VIN
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Old 27-02-2015, 04:33
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We might be able to locate it if we have the full VIN
Hi IVR007,

Your comment is so perfect! In fact, I was just telling Marilyn that someone is going to get a Spyker tattoo and it will show the owner's VIN.
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Old 15-03-2015, 13:38
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... some unrelated product.
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... some unrelated product.
An Amsterdam classic!
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