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They wrote his name

They wrote his name

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Hubertus Marek


Free Member, Karlsruhe

They wrote his name

The Sorcerer's Apprentices

That old sorcerer has vanished
And for once has gone away!
Spirits called by him, now banished,
My commands shall soon obey.
Every step and saying
That he used, I know,
And with sprites obeying
My arts I will show.

Flow, flow onward
Stretches many
Spare not any
Water rushing,
Ever streaming fully downward
Toward the pool in current gushing . . .

More about it :
http://www.fln.vcu.edu/goethe/zauber_e3.html
http://johnrogers.com/towers.html
http://www.av1611.org/othpubls/eleven.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Ten_Commandments_Monument.jpg
http://www.painfulquestions.de/
http://www.tatort-fundus.de/800/T/tat079.html

Thanks to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the translator Edwin Zeydel, Xara Xtreme, and some advisers. The pic is without copyright (Freeware).

My name is Hubertus Marek = 13 letters
Some elder people think I am the Oberinspektor = 13 letters
If I would take the first letter of my second forename my name had 14 letters. This letter “M” is a trident, too. But it shows down.
But forget it - it's like pomade.

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This pic is a caricature to the theme “Qui, on a le droit de caricaturer Dieu” (France Soir).
I found this, when I wanted to start my MSN-Messenger:
http://focus.msn.de/hps/fol/newsausgabe/newsausgabe.htm?id=24420
Note: holy is no more devine.


download the pic in a quality of 911 KB.
http://www.fernmeldeamt.com/e/It_sLikePomade_911.jpg

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