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Thomas
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Post Number: 115
Registered: 04-2005

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Posted on Thursday, 27 July, 2006 - 06:48 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

Friends, it was the Chat Zone that brought Agustin Ferrari and me together in Buenos Aires this week. I can now report with some authority that Agustin does not in fact own Ferrari. However, he would seem to have been hiding his lamp under a bushel. He is a captain, and a multi-talented man. He took me all around Buenos Aires, and showed me his personal “electronics lab” in a room off his office in the city centre. Someone should ask him what he thinks of the traffic in Buenos Aires! :-) Thanks, Agustin, for making it a most interesting and worthwhile stay. Thomas.
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Atferrari
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Posted on Tuesday, 01 August, 2006 - 12:57 am:   Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

Thanks for all that, Thomas. But my "talents" are not that. I am simply interested in many things at a time.

Traffic, ah yes...too crowded a city; you need to pay attention to what everybody is doing around you. But you get used soon...or you risk to perish.

Perhaps you heard that few hours before you left Ezeiza, we had the heaviest hail (storm?) in the last 50 years with so many people injured and thousands of cars and roofs heavily damaged.

At some places, hail had almost tennis balls size.

We have several videos to proof that!!

And at the same time, I was about to be robbed, pistol in hand from what I luckily escaped at the very last moment.

But, anyway, sometimes life here is a placid routine, even boring :-)

For the moment, still in Paraguay for 5 days (I expected to stay 24 hrs!).

See you. Be well.
Agustín Tomás - Buenos Aires - Argentina

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