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Subject: Re: Theo Steen (slightly OT)

Author: Theo van der Storm

Date: 13:34:52 03/08/05

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On March 08, 2005 at 12:27:32, Ingo Althofer wrote:

>On March 07, 2005 at 18:09:49, Theo van der Storm wrote:
>Lars Bremer wrote:
>>> ... Unfortunatly I was satisfied to beat Ingo in Paderborn and did not
>>>notice that a new EinStein-Star was born there, otherwise I would have played
>>>you.
>>
>>Right.
>>Beating Ingo is just the first step
>>in becoming a true stone-not-casting-dice :-)
>
>Perhaps you should take an artist's name.
>What about  "Theo van der Stone" ?
>
>Ingo.
>
>PS: Show Lars in Leiden, where the hammer is hanging!

Several associations spring to mind:

"van der" and "Stone" don't fit together very well.

The famous Dutch painter Jan Steen (John Stone(!)),
a master of colour and facial expressions lived
from 1626 to 1679. His 900 surviving works include
jovial scenes of eating, drinking and revelry.
That's okay with me.

We all know what a pre-historic hammer was made of.
Lars should be pretrified. That's Greek English for "turned to stone with fear".

Theo Steen



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