November 23, 2005

i always suspected this..



thanks for this, srin.

10 comments:

Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Jo. Eu. Rommel said...

I am, what I am.

Which is strangely appropriate?

P.S.: You may ignore a General der Panzertruppe, but cross not a Generalfeldmarschall. Click smartly, your heels; "Zu befehl", say; and march on.

Srin said...

The General Field Marshall is destined for greater things? Unfortunately for him, Adolf will now have him executed(and will probably win the war in Africa too).

Molly B. I am the doing much loves with your blog and your german army. :)

Psmith said...

nufin seems to make sense anymore.

Anonymous said...

Oh mister general,
sorry to be so uppity, but its "Zum Befehl".
Mumbly yours...

Psmith said...

Mumbly and all.......ira.....does that stand for irravati ? or am I crossing a thil line here ?......(too jobless to bother too much abt it)

Orcaella brevirostris said...

verner fon braaoon (phonetically speaking), you only march on.

srin, we are also enjoy-madi-ing your blog.

anonymous- ich glaube unser militaerische Freund hat recht. "zu befehl" klingt nicht falsch. koennen Sie bestaetigen, Herr Doktor ?

comrade psmith, the cry goes around.. ira stands for irish republican army.

Srin said...

shaet, that is the being too coolz,now make new post, FUST.

Anonymous said...

Die ganze Welt steht gegen der Generalfeldmarschall, to paraphrase the man himself. We Fm.s don't march along, sorryno. *sigh* But this is a pointless battle.
Beide Maschinen vorwärts, aber mit Verstand, as the Ka. Leutnant kept saying in the movie...

Orcaella brevirostris said...

srin- you be getting 2 full posts!

herr general- you b. gatting.

shall now rest righteously on my laurels for a few months.
(or is hardy a better rester-on?)

D said...

Speaking of Stan & Ollie,
http://cultureczar.blogspot.com/2005/11/stan-ollie-and-alice.html