Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/02/25

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Subject: Re: [Leica] PAW 8 (Nathan): art in Copenhagen
From: "C. L. Basso, K.C.S., M.Sc." <>
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2002 18:10:33 -0500

At 20:31 2/24/02 -0800, Nathan Wajsman wrote:

>The main shopping street in Copenhagen is called Strøget. It is the main
>artery of a network of pedestrian streets in the center of the city.
>Just recently, some very interesting statues have been put up on the
>street, and people cannot help staring at them. Some hate them, others
>like them, but nobody seems to be neutral:

That statue looks a lot like my wife.  Hmmm.

I guess I like this one :)

Goodbye and hello, as always.
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C. L. Basso, K.C.S., M.Sc.         Walled Lake, Michigan
"The whole of life is /nothing/ more than questions that have taken unto
themselves shape, and bear within themselves the sum of their own answer:
and answers that are pregnant with questions.  Only fools see it otherwise."
  -- Gustav Meyrink, /Der Golem/

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