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Re: Official Loose Canon Translation Project

Postby Yves Forban » Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:39 am

Yes, Dunkerque was seriously "Touched" by the German bombardments in 1939, but the Monster got angry and they lost the war (tactical serious mistake!).
The North Sea is profoundly grey and impressive in winters: countries surrounding brew excellent beers, and we think that it was here that was the Volcano of Beers before Xanu (Scientology) blew up it.
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The monster sometimes gets angry by rethinking about it:
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And HE consoles by savouring the beer of the corner :
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Re: Official Loose Canon Translation Project

Postby Roland Deschain » Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:00 am

^ :haha: I see that the southern tip of the volcano is very near Beersel in Belgium. This is not a coincidence...
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Re: Official Loose Canon Translation Project

Postby pieces o'nine » Thu Feb 16, 2012 3:12 pm

If you had the original beer volcano, do you also have the original stripper factory? :haha:

Babelfish changed a critical word here wrote:Si vous aviez le volcan original de bière, avez-vous également l'usine originale de décolleur ?
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Re: Official Loose Canon Translation Project

Postby Roy Hunter » Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:55 pm

I suspect you might have to organise a little archaeological expedition to the Reeperbahn, Hamburg, Germany.
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Re: Official Loose Canon Translation Project

Postby Roland Deschain » Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:00 am

Roy Hunter wrote:I suspect you might have to organise a little archaeological expedition to the Reeperbahn, Hamburg, Germany.

This sounds like highly important historical work, for which I will gladly volunteer. Where, exactly, are we "digging for buried treasure"? :whistle: :lech:
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Re: Official Loose Canon Translation Project

Postby daftbeaker » Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:06 am

Roland Deschain wrote:
Roy Hunter wrote:I suspect you might have to organise a little archaeological expedition to the Reeperbahn, Hamburg, Germany.

This sounds like highly important historical work, for which I will gladly volunteer. Where, exactly, are we "digging for buried treasure"? :whistle: :lech:

I would like to make it clear that should my learned colleague be undertaking his research in October I volunteer for some heavy researching in Munich :drinking:
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Re: Official Loose Canon Translation Project

Postby Roy Hunter » Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:09 am

Well, if you want to find a stripper factory, I suppose you go where the greatest concentration of strippers is. I guess they obey sort-of wave / particle laws of physics, where they are logarithmically less prevalent the further away from the source you get.

We will need to do an extensive survey of the whole area, unfortunately. I wonder if we can get a grant? The Templeton Foundation, maybe?
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Re: Official Loose Canon Translation Project

Postby Yves Forban » Sat Feb 18, 2012 7:27 pm

The brewery of Beersel almost closed in 2000, but the production started again in 2005, But it would be only a sheer chance according to the scientists.
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To see (in french) http://www.guide-biere.fr/voyager/oudbeersel.php
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Re: Official Loose Canon Translation Project

Postby Yves Forban » Sat Feb 18, 2012 8:29 pm

The antique site of Reeperbahn, where some strippers would have taken refuge:
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But there is the others site of searches, Here one of our anthropologists in full study in Amsterdam:
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Re: Official Loose Canon Translation Project

Postby pieces o'nine » Sun Feb 19, 2012 3:55 pm

It must warm HIS heart, to see the devotion you guys are applying to this research! :haha:
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Re: Official Loose Canon Translation Project

Postby Yves Forban » Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:16 am

Concerning the former Volcano of Beers, our learned look for give to think that it would be in the North Sea, because the best European beers are brewed in countries along its circumference. The inhabitants would have managed to protect the recipe along the former lava flows, in pale green (then would have exported these recipes by colonizing the New World).
Concerning Reeperbahn, the image of the crane and the heart is the one of St Pauli's tourist office from Reeperbahn who gives evidence clearly of the origin Pastafarian of the clubs of striptease :
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Re: Official Loose Canon Translation Project

Postby ElBuitre » Mon Sep 14, 2015 3:47 pm

Ahoy, oh you all great maties in the lore of The Flying Spaghetti Monster.
Here I yam humble Pirate to tell that from the lands of the Spaniards have made a grrrreat ifort to translate to Spanish (Castillian) the Loose Canon 'El Canon Relajado' as first translation pending to be approved by our crew to be presented.

In any case I would like to contact anyone here at the complete forum that could be able to give his/her/it's/other review.

I't has been a very big effort and a pleasure, finding expressions at the level of this scriptures has been, and it still is sometimes a pain in the ass. And not the ass that "The Great Pirate Solomon grabbed his ceremonial scimitar and struck his remaining donkey, cleaving it in two." Slackers 52.

Did I forgot to mention that the work is a 'half-ass'? :nefyoobash:
Well, at 95%, taking time from there is not, that's because no mention till the start have been done.

Four us, Spanish Chapter, or whatever have us to be mentioned, means a lot to have more ammunition for the cannons in our adventure reaching Official Recognition Port. As you can suppose, the playing backyard of the Catholic Forces it's a hard place to be.

Not know if my e-mail can be reached by all members, let me know here if any problem.
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