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Subject: Re: Theo Steen (slightly OT)

Author: Tony Werten

Date: 22:30:06 03/08/05

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On March 08, 2005 at 16:34:52, Theo van der Storm wrote:

>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.

It worked for the writer of the Suske en Wiske stories :) I won't mention his
first name here, that would kind of contradict my statement :)

Tony

>
>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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