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jorr lundstrom
4th March 2011, 07:47
We have a Chrysler Grand Voyager, older model with good summer/winter tyres.

It starts immediatly every time, even in cold weather.

It has seven seats, but these can easily be removed.

We use it to sleep in too, on journeys.


We want to trade against smaller starcruiser, preferably a twoseated

Galactic Angel or smaller comfortable disc.

It must be able to do a trip to Aldebaran 68 light years away,

at least one way.

We want to see some relatives again before we kick the bucket.



http://i600.photobucket.com/albums/tt81/sakasvattaja/chrysler.jpg

Tuza
4th March 2011, 07:54
We have a Chrysler Grand Voyager, older model with good summer/winter tyres.

It starts immediatly every time, even in cold weather.

It has seven seats, but these can easily be removed.

We use it to sleep in too, on journeys.


We want to trade against smaller starcruiser, preferably a twoseated

Galactic Angel or smaller comfortable disc.

It must be able to do a trip to Aldebaran 68 light years away,

at least one way.

We want to see some relatives again before we kick the bucket.



http://i600.photobucket.com/albums/tt81/sakasvattaja/chrysler.jpg

Well it looks okay to me Jorr, (see some relatives before you both kick the bucket) lol, you crack me up.

Hells, bells and little fishes I just realised you wanted to trade your car, onward and upward my boy, Im keeping my car, he,he. Why not try the car section in ebay hon.

mrmalco
4th March 2011, 08:09
LOL! A good morning tonic, thanks.

Lord Sidious
4th March 2011, 09:36
We have a Chrysler Grand Voyager, older model with good summer/winter tyres.

It starts immediatly every time, even in cold weather.

It has seven seats, but these can easily be removed.

We use it to sleep in too, on journeys.


We want to trade against smaller starcruiser, preferably a twoseated

Galactic Angel or smaller comfortable disc.

It must be able to do a trip to Aldebaran 68 light years away,

at least one way.

We want to see some relatives again before we kick the bucket.



http://i600.photobucket.com/albums/tt81/sakasvattaja/chrysler.jpg

Off to see the Aryans? Don't worry, they are either here or on their way now.
Why not hitch a ride with them?
I am.
If you promise to be good and not mess the place up, I will put in a good word for ya.

OnyxKnight
4th March 2011, 09:46
You manage to involve Aryans into everything huh?

I should take a note of this.

Lord Sidious
4th March 2011, 10:12
You manage to involve Aryans into everything huh?

I should take a note of this.

Take note of what you like.
Why do you have a need to watch what anyone else is posting?
What is it to you?

chelmostef
4th March 2011, 10:16
Seems you have a groupie, wish I had one.. Lucky Bugger!

Lord Sidious
4th March 2011, 10:19
Seems you have a groupie, wish I had one.. Lucky Bugger!

More like a stalker that can't tolerate other peoples opinions.
You want him?
Gimme a bag of good organic carrots and he is yours, shipping included.

jorr lundstrom
4th March 2011, 10:24
Yeah My Lord. We like to take the trip with you.

Nice to accompany someone who doesnt s##t his pants entering hyperspace.

Bring some carrots for snacks. WeŽll bring some Babel fishes and some Jinx Spirit.

Lord Sidious
4th March 2011, 10:28
Yeah My Lord. We like to take the trip with you.

Nice to accompany someone who doesnt s##t his pants entering hyperspace.

Bring some carrots for snacks. WeŽll bring some Babel fishes and some Jinx Spirit.

You have a deal, but bring the Swedish meatballs, I can't remember the name of the dish.

jorr lundstrom
4th March 2011, 10:43
They are just called meatballs, you eat them with potatoes and brown sauce.

Radio Galactica reported today that Moonsatu had produced manipulated carrots,

they had put reptile genes into them, they shed as they grow. Suitable on some

remote desertplanets, but nothing for us. Takes too strong teeth.

Do you want the recipe on meatballs? They are really good. Gotta keep them

on the plate, they are hard to catch with the fork if they escape to the table.

If they make it to the floor, youŽll never see them again.:hungry:

Lord Sidious
4th March 2011, 10:47
They are just called meatballs, you eat them with potatoes and brown sauce.

Radio Galactica reported today that Moonsatu had produced manipulated carrots,

they had put reptile genes into them, they shed as they grow. Suitable on some

remote desertplanets, but nothing for us. Takes too strong teeth.

Do you want the recipe on meatballs? They are really good. Gotta keep them

on the plate, they are hard to catch with the fork if they escape to the table.

If they make it to the floor, youŽll never see them again.:hungry:

Some of my Swedish friends have a recipe for a meatball dish, I just can't remember what it is.

chelmostef
4th March 2011, 10:48
If they make it to the floor, youŽll never see them again.:hungry:

Maybe they are hiding with those escape peas...

777
4th March 2011, 10:54
We want to trade against smaller starcruiser, preferably a twoseated

Galactic Angel or smaller comfortable disc.

It must be able to do a trip to Aldebaran 68 light years away,

at least one way.







Would it start on an ice world such as Hoth?

jorr lundstrom
4th March 2011, 10:57
If they make it to the floor, youŽll never see them again.:hungry:

Maybe they are hiding with those escape peas...

Yes, you are probably right. You cant trust peas. The carrots accompanyiing peas

are better, they are square and cant roll and quite easy to discover, even at dusk.


And My Lord Im suprised we still have friends. Its very rare nowadays.:cool:

jorr lundstrom
4th March 2011, 11:02
We want to trade against smaller starcruiser, preferably a twoseated

Galactic Angel or smaller comfortable disc.

It must be able to do a trip to Aldebaran 68 light years away,

at least one way.







Would it start on an ice world such as Hoth?


Hoth is a tricky one but I wouldnt be surprised. But there is very little that surprises me

nowadays. If you pass this corner of the Milky way you could bring it for a try.

Im a reasonable man and youŽll get a lot of strong coffee too.:hand:

yaksuit
4th March 2011, 11:05
They are just called meatballs, you eat them with potatoes and brown sauce.

Radio Galactica reported today that Moonsatu had produced manipulated carrots,

they had put reptile genes into them, they shed as they grow. Suitable on some

remote desertplanets, but nothing for us. Takes too strong teeth.

Do you want the recipe on meatballs? They are really good. Gotta keep them

on the plate, they are hard to catch with the fork if they escape to the table.

If they make it to the floor, youŽll never see them again.:hungry:

Some of my Swedish friends have a recipe for a meatball dish, I just can't remember what it is.

Is one of the ingredients potentially "Gaza Strips" ;)

Lord Sidious
4th March 2011, 11:09
They are just called meatballs, you eat them with potatoes and brown sauce.

Radio Galactica reported today that Moonsatu had produced manipulated carrots,

they had put reptile genes into them, they shed as they grow. Suitable on some

remote desertplanets, but nothing for us. Takes too strong teeth.

Do you want the recipe on meatballs? They are really good. Gotta keep them

on the plate, they are hard to catch with the fork if they escape to the table.

If they make it to the floor, youŽll never see them again.:hungry:

Some of my Swedish friends have a recipe for a meatball dish, I just can't remember what it is.

Is one of the ingredients potentially "Gaza Strips" ;)

Not that I am aware of.

butcherman
4th March 2011, 11:10
yah poppet round then ill have a look at it then lol

Lord Sidious
4th March 2011, 11:13
yah poppet round then ill have a look at it then lol

Hands off nugget, we are all going on an interstellar journey.

ace
4th March 2011, 11:17
We have a Chrysler Grand Voyager, older model with good summer/winter tyres.

It starts immediatly every time, even in cold weather.

It has seven seats, but these can easily be removed.

We use it to sleep in too, on journeys.


We want to trade against smaller starcruiser, preferably a twoseated

Galactic Angel or smaller comfortable disc.

It must be able to do a trip to Aldebaran 68 light years away,

at least one way.

We want to see some relatives again before we kick the bucket.



http://i600.photobucket.com/albums/tt81/sakasvattaja/chrysler.jpg

Well it looks okay to me Jorr, (see some relatives before you both kick the bucket) lol, you crack me up.

Hells, bells and little fishes I just realised you wanted to trade your car, onward and upward my boy, Im keeping my car, he,he. Why not try the car section in ebay hon.

Bonjour Jor

Very interested in your offer. Would you be interested in a straight swap?
She needs a little "Attention" Nothing a little "Polish" would not put right.
5462
Ace

Maria Stade
4th March 2011, 11:21
yah poppet round then ill have a look at it then lol

Hands off nugget, we are all going on an interstellar journey.

:twitch:nuggets!
Say hi to the man with a cat named God :hail:

Lord Sidious
4th March 2011, 11:22
We have a Chrysler Grand Voyager, older model with good summer/winter tyres.

It starts immediatly every time, even in cold weather.

It has seven seats, but these can easily be removed.

We use it to sleep in too, on journeys.


We want to trade against smaller starcruiser, preferably a twoseated

Galactic Angel or smaller comfortable disc.

It must be able to do a trip to Aldebaran 68 light years away,

at least one way.

We want to see some relatives again before we kick the bucket.



http://i600.photobucket.com/albums/tt81/sakasvattaja/chrysler.jpg

Well it looks okay to me Jorr, (see some relatives before you both kick the bucket) lol, you crack me up.

Hells, bells and little fishes I just realised you wanted to trade your car, onward and upward my boy, Im keeping my car, he,he. Why not try the car section in ebay hon.

Bonjour Jor

Very interested in your offer. Would you be interested in a straight swap?
She needs a little "Attention" Nothing a little "Polish" would not put right.
5462
Ace

You had a few of the carrot whisky's that Perfectresonance was on about, have ya?

777
4th March 2011, 11:22
We have a Chrysler Grand Voyager, older model with good summer/winter tyres.

It starts immediatly every time, even in cold weather.

It has seven seats, but these can easily be removed.

We use it to sleep in too, on journeys.


We want to trade against smaller starcruiser, preferably a twoseated

Galactic Angel or smaller comfortable disc.

It must be able to do a trip to Aldebaran 68 light years away,

at least one way.

We want to see some relatives again before we kick the bucket.



http://i600.photobucket.com/albums/tt81/sakasvattaja/chrysler.jpg

Well it looks okay to me Jorr, (see some relatives before you both kick the bucket) lol, you crack me up.

Hells, bells and little fishes I just realised you wanted to trade your car, onward and upward my boy, Im keeping my car, he,he. Why not try the car section in ebay hon.

Bonjour Jor

Very interested in your offer. Would you be interested in a straight swap?
She needs a little "Attention" Nothing a little "Polish" would not put right.
5462
Ace

Yes I hear the Polish are excellent engineers:drum:

Sorry

:pout:

I couldn't resist.......

(I'll take you up on that Coffee Jorr)

Maria Stade
4th March 2011, 11:26
We have a Chrysler Grand Voyager, older model with good summer/winter tyres.

It starts immediatly every time, even in cold weather.

It has seven seats, but these can easily be removed.

We use it to sleep in too, on journeys.


We want to trade against smaller starcruiser, preferably a twoseated

Galactic Angel or smaller comfortable disc.

It must be able to do a trip to Aldebaran 68 light years away,

at least one way.

We want to see some relatives again before we kick the bucket.



http://i600.photobucket.com/albums/tt81/sakasvattaja/chrysler.jpg

Well it looks okay to me Jorr, (see some relatives before you both kick the bucket) lol, you crack me up.

Hells, bells and little fishes I just realised you wanted to trade your car, onward and upward my boy, Im keeping my car, he,he. Why not try the car section in ebay hon.

Bonjour Jor

Very interested in your offer. Would you be interested in a straight swap?
She needs a little "Attention" Nothing a little "Polish" would not put right.
http://5462
Ace

HA HA HA yes she needs a bit of attention !
Maby you could modify her a little to a craft ???
Not for racing with of course :third:

jorr lundstrom
4th March 2011, 11:31
We have a Chrysler Grand Voyager, older model with good summer/winter tyres.

It starts immediatly every time, even in cold weather.

It has seven seats, but these can easily be removed.

We use it to sleep in too, on journeys.


We want to trade against smaller starcruiser, preferably a twoseated

Galactic Angel or smaller comfortable disc.

It must be able to do a trip to Aldebaran 68 light years away,

at least one way.

We want to see some relatives again before we kick the bucket.



http://i600.photobucket.com/albums/tt81/sakasvattaja/chrysler.jpg

Well it looks okay to me Jorr, (see some relatives before you both kick the bucket) lol, you crack me up.

Hells, bells and little fishes I just realised you wanted to trade your car, onward and upward my boy, Im keeping my car, he,he. Why not try the car section in ebay hon.

Bonjour Jor

Very interested in your offer. Would you be interested in a straight swap?
She needs a little "Attention" Nothing a little "Polish" would not put right.
5462
Ace

Well, seems to an object for a quite handy man. Do you think it will do

for a 68 light year trip? Im sceptic, but who knows. Dont know if the

authorities around Aldebaran should clear that vehicle, they have

had soma troubles with some garbage in their vector. A lot of

Hanebus and Vrils seems to have been dumped there very irr-

resposible. And as the old chinese said: may the authorities get your eyes on you.

I really dont want to get caught in those old curses, so I say no. And by the way we

plan a trip together with Lord Sidius, he is a veteran in those kind of travels you know.

But thank you for you generous offer and if the planned trip goes down the sink I may

reconsider your offer.;)

jorr lundstrom
4th March 2011, 11:47
There is a guy or something on Phobos who claims he has a Galactica Angel he could

trade with. Not in mint condition and fourseated, but wot the heck. The problem is that

when I contact him again all he says is. love and light , love and light, love and light.

Is it some kind of protecting mantra or wot? funny guy or something.:brushteeth:

ace
4th March 2011, 11:55
Well, seems to an object for a quite handy man. Do you think it will do
for a 68 light year trip? Im sceptic, but who knows.

No I doubt It would make your 68 year round trip.
It probable would not take the threat of that to lightly.

Ace

eaglespirit
4th March 2011, 12:03
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_4A9r9yKkkNs/TSbJ1tPECHI/AAAAAAAAGDI/PiXQkjq5O1w/s1600/The%2BLight%2BBody.jpg
...unlimited warranty
...two-seaters available with coordinated transformation

jorr lundstrom
4th March 2011, 12:03
Well, seems to an object for a quite handy man. Do you think it will do
for a 68 light year trip? Im sceptic, but who knows.

No I doubt It would make your 68 year round trip.
It probable would not take the threat of that to lightly.

Ace

Ace, i let you know if I change my mind. I have some fat offers. The problem is of

communication. Talking with a paranoid guy or something on Phobos is very tiring.

And he demands that I shall bring the chrysler to him. I dont think he realize my

problems with that detail. Crazy guy or something. Love:fencing:

Maria Stade
4th March 2011, 12:07
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_4A9r9yKkkNs/TSbJ1tPECHI/AAAAAAAAGDI/PiXQkjq5O1w/s1600/The%2BLight%2BBody.jpg
...unlimited warranty
...two-seaters available with coordinated transformation

Oh my looks speedy :faint2:

Tommy
4th March 2011, 12:09
I have a disc for you in my mountain bunker here in Norway.. I lost the manual though :p

Brilliant

jorr lundstrom
4th March 2011, 12:09
Eaglespirit:

...unlimited warranty
...two-seaters available with coordinated transformation


Could they be delivered?

Are they convertable for earth conditions? You know

he thinks he is driving and she makes all the decisions.

Looking forward to hear from you again.:cool:

jorr lundstrom
4th March 2011, 12:25
I have a disc for you in my mountain bunker here in Norway.. I lost the manual though :p

Brilliant

XLMT, have you googled for a manuel. You never know.

Let me know if you find a manuel. They could be quite tricky to

handle without proper knowledge. Some they are in resonans with a

mountain and pass right through it and sometimes not. So the trick is to know when

its okey pass through Glittertind and when not. There was a guy or something who was interviewed

on Radio Galactica the other day. He had done a miscalculation and tried to take a shortcut through

a moon somewhere beyond Sirius B. Well they had to use a vacumcleaner to collect him and several hours of

nanotecnics to put him together again. And he had his license for that type of disc declared not legal for two

days. Must I say that he was very unhappy. And one of the nano technicians was unhappy to, because he had

got a bottle Jinx Spirit from the guys or somethings mother. Sad story. I would like a manual.:violin:

Love and carrots

eaglespirit
4th March 2011, 13:06
Eaglespirit:

...unlimited warranty
...two-seaters available with coordinated transformation


Could they be delivered?

Are they convertable for earth conditions? You know

he thinks he is driving and she makes all the decisions.

Looking forward to hear from you again.:cool:

Well, uhhh, Jorr...You see, ummm...YOU are the "deliverer" and YOU 'call out' the "conditions"!
The two-seater gets a little tricky...since YOU BOTH are now kinda the 'control panel'...something like two cosmic bubbles kissing one another in a psychic union...these higher light vehicles are really hard to explain and pin down here on earth...ya gotta kinda drive it to know it. Unlimited does not only apply to the warranty, don't Ya know. Let's see...She makes all the decisions and He takes the vehicle wherever He wishes...but She experiences Her own trip at the same time that He experiences His own trip...ummm together-separately. Awww just take it for a test drive, You'll see ;)

The One
4th March 2011, 13:16
I'm a rocket ship on my way to Mars
On a collision course
I am a satellite
I'm out of control
I'm a sex machine ready to reload
Like an atom bomb about to oh oh oh oh oh explode!
I'm burning through the sky yeah
Two hundred degrees that's why they call me Mr. Fahrenheit
I'm travelling at the speed of light
I wanna make a supersonic woman of you

Don't stop me don't stop me, don't stop me hey hey hey!
Don't stop me don't stop me ooh ooh ooh
I like it
Don't stop me don't stop me
Have a good time good time
Don't stop me don't stop me
ohhhhhhh!


I am on my way to the Rigel solar system in the Orion Constellation with the Tau Cetians.See you on the other side Going dimensional

jorr lundstrom
4th March 2011, 13:20
Ok Eaglespirit. Seems very reasonable. Where can we meet for a testride?

And of course when. We administer time ourself, so have always the opportunity.

Past time can be sometime of a problem because we already got too many altered

timelines to watch so its difficult to handle more of that for the time being. But that

is for now. Things might change. Love and carrots

daledo
4th March 2011, 14:39
We have a Chrysler Grand Voyager, older model with good summer/winter tyres.

It starts immediatly every time, even in cold weather.

It has seven seats, but these can easily be removed.

We use it to sleep in too, on journeys.


We want to trade against smaller starcruiser, preferably a twoseated

Galactic Angel or smaller comfortable disc.

It must be able to do a trip to Aldebaran 68 light years away,

at least one way.

We want to see some relatives again before we kick the bucket.



http://i600.photobucket.com/albums/tt81/sakasvattaja/chrysler.jpg

Are you looking for something like this?
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I watched Spaceballs many times as a kid haha

The One
4th March 2011, 15:11
Off on my holidays see you all monday.

Engage


5464

kersley
4th March 2011, 16:01
Are we selling cars on here now? I have 3 and a van on my drive that needs to go

Jendayi
4th March 2011, 16:30
Seems you have a groupie, wish I had one.. Lucky Bugger!
haha... couldn't help getting a huge smile on my face from reading above line.. thank you for that!

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If they make it to the floor, youŽll never see them again.:hungry:

Maybe they are hiding with those escape peas...
chel... you crack me up!!!! love your wordplay! :rolleyes:

conk
4th March 2011, 16:34
Why get something so slow? I have a Thought-tron 9000. Travels instantaneously to your destination. Remember, thought powers the universe and this dandy machine (if you can call such marvelous device a machine) can get you there before you leave. You can have it for what I paid, 6 tetra-coils and 3 nano-flukes. Oh, the 'machine' is organic, so if something pinches you it's just its sense of humor.

jorr lundstrom
4th March 2011, 20:05
Why get something so slow? I have a Thought-tron 9000. Travels instantaneously to your destination. Remember, thought powers the universe and this dandy machine (if you can call such marvelous device a machine) can get you there before you leave. You can have it for what I paid, 6 tetra-coils and 3 nano-flukes. Oh, the 'machine' is organic, so if something pinches you it's just its sense of humor.

Wow. I love instantaneously. And if it has a good sense of humor it sure is an advantage.

I cant stand Ior-machines always complaning about this and that.

Where is your Thought-tron right now. Is it one of those striders, going for a

walk about on its own or does it at home when not in use? Give me a call, will you.:phone:

eaglespirit
4th March 2011, 20:42
Ok Eaglespirit. Seems very reasonable. Where can we meet for a testride?

And of course when. We administer time ourself, so have always the opportunity.

Past time can be sometime of a problem because we already got too many altered

timelines to watch so its difficult to handle more of that for the time being. But that

is for now. Things might change. Love and carrots

I'll have my office call your office to set up that test ride.
Tiiimmmmmeeeeeee IS on our side...and there ain't any time on the flipside...hard to relate a test drive experience in this light buggy from non-time to time...it works some times though...just gotta get your listeners to vibbbbbbrate. What time you got...just broke my timeline watch, geeessssshhh!!!
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