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Steve(R)

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28.05.2008, 05:40
 

Die Lösung (Miscellaneous)

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Bertolt Brecht

Die Lösung

Nach dem Aufstand des 17. Juni
Ließ der Sekretär des Schriftstellerverbands
In der Stalinallee Flugblätter verteilen
Auf denen zu lesen war, daß das Volk
Das Vertrauen der Regierung verscherzt habe
Und es nur durch verdoppelte Arbeit
zurückerobern könne. Wäre es da
Nicht doch einfacher, die Regierung
Löste das Volk auf und
Wählte ein anderes?


The Solution

After the uprising of the 17th of June
The Secretary of the Writers Union
Had leaflets distributed in the Stalinallee
Stating that the people
Had forfeited the confidence of the government
And could win it back only
By redoubled efforts. Would it not be easier
In that case for the government
To dissolve the people
And elect another?

marcov(R)

28.05.2008, 10:11

@ Steve

Die Lösung

 

> Bertolt Brecht

Was he a Dos user?

Steve(R)

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US,
28.05.2008, 14:47

@ marcov

Die Lösung

 

> > Bertolt Brecht
>
> Was he a Dos user?

He missed it by a few years. But I'm sure he would have loved the Internet, trolling forums and sending email blasts to his enemies.

DOS386(R)

31.05.2008, 02:10

@ marcov

Lie DöSung

 

Steve wrote:

> Bertolt Brecht
> Die Lösung
> Nach dem Aufstand des 17. Juni

COOL :-)

marcov wrote:

> > Bertolt Brecht
> Was he a Dos user?

Please no more famous ex-DOSsers having a (reportedly, based on self boasting only) great past but no future :crying:

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Steve(R)

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31.05.2008, 03:22
(edited by Steve, 31.05.2008, 03:41)

@ DOS386

Lie DöSung

 

> marcov wrote:
>
> > > Bertolt Brecht
> > Was he a Dos user?
>
> Please no more famous ex-DOSsers having a (reportedly, based on self
> boasting only) great past but no future

Poor BB has no future - he's dead. Marco, however, is still with us and contributing to our discussions. What's your problem?

BTW, "Lie DöSung" makes absolutely no sense, in German or English.

marcov(R)

01.06.2008, 17:25

@ Steve

Lie DöSung

 

> Marco, however, is still with us and
> contributing to our discussions. What's your problem?

I have no problem. Even though Dos386 likes to imagine some for me.

The point is that the forum is about Dos, and once silly discussions also lead to new threads that is annoying.

Japheth(R)

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02.06.2008, 12:06

@ Steve

Lie DöSung

 

> BTW, "Lie DöSung" makes absolutely no sense, in German or English.

It's simplified Chinese: Lie Dösung ciong due noing po

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Steve(R)

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02.06.2008, 15:42

@ Japheth

Lie DöSung

 

> > BTW, "Lie DöSung" makes absolutely no sense, in German or English.
>
> It's simplified Chinese: Lie Dösung ciong due noing po

Of course (slapping my head)! It must be from Der gute Mensch von Sezuan.

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