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General Linguistics / Re: Chair in General Linguistics
« on: 2007-02-05 13:15:36 »
Are there any more folks going to take part in this? As I said, we should discuss the matter between the volunteers...

Small talk / Happenings - Nonlinguistical...
« on: 2007-02-04 06:09:20 »
... but maybe musical!

Hello folks, I'm still looking for some nice people around there to spend a few days at important events this summer... It may seem quite early to you, but I just want to see where the bunnies walking  (to translate a German idiom poorly)

I'm interested in visiting the Burg Herzberg Festival as well as

The prior being the major hippie-event in Germany (yes I know, how *aleks* from me) and the latter being the musical act across Europe!

Sziget has a wishlist where you can enter names of bands you would like to see!

Anybody interested in having a nice party?

Of course you could post you suggestions here as well!

Regards, Aleks

General topics / Re: 500€ for free, for everyone
« on: 2007-02-04 05:58:49 »
'All of a sudden?'

All people that I know (and definitely all people in the AK-Studiengebühren) are and were concerned about political topics - maybe you did not see them because their opinions are seldom published on Spiegel-online... I have been working for over a year at a political/social center in Reutlingen - a café and theater where all people had a vivid political, cultural and social life concerning a variety of topics ranging from local events to (inter)national demonstrations and political happenings. That's maybe not always visible in everyday life as most people tend to ignore those 'freaks' - yet still the scene is and has been very active.

I must admit that I was not always following the activities going on inside and between the parties of this country. Well, why should I? I don't see any progression and I don't see possibilities at all. I don't like their faces and I generally dislike their actions - I'm even against this whole system which is not a democracy, but capitalistic parliamentarism. 'Demos' is not asked about it's own rights and interests - it is just allowed to choose the people that will decide on it's rights and about it's interests. And those people rarely if at all tell the truth (just remember the situation in Hungary a few months ago). I was not asked. Nobody was asked. There was not a single word of it in the press before people where allowed to choose. At least not to the best of my knowledge - and this means, if there was something at all, it was carefully hidden. This has all happened quietly behind the scenes.

People call this a democracy - but par definition a democracy is a society where the people rule themselves. We do not rule ourselves, as I mentioned. But we still aren't left without any rights at all. Although decreasing, fading, our voices can still rise and we have the tool called 'protest' against all and every decision the comes upon us (and it still comes from 'above' not from 'amidst').

If people will only wake up when their personal financial 'freedom' (if I may dare to use this word) is threatened - that's still a fair moment to teach them their right to take their rights. But that's just nothing more than a counterargument to your accusation.

The sad part of the story is however, that I was at the Sparkasse here in Tübingen when all this action started. I knew some of the people taking part in this event and all in all, there were quite a few folks standing there. All people I knew shared the same background I already depicted. We were only about 70 - the event was supposed to be called "Masseneinzahlung". No masses to be seen and only some media represented by an unfriendly team with a camera.
But still, those people were and have been active in various political spheres before this. May it be connected to the fees or not, I saw all of them at least once at one or another demonstration - in fact many of them I knew only from demonstrations. Not that I am a frequent visitor of demonstrations - but most of them were and still are!

And please, do not forget: this whole fuss about tuition fees is not supposed to be political - it is a social matter. It is all about: will  I stay in this country for all my life? Well, then, what is about my children? How much money will they be supposed to spend on this? Will I be able to afford the education of my very children?
You may argue that financial aids could be made available to help the poor and scholarships for the good students. But you may even see the point that not only the good students should be allowed to have the education they desire. After all, excluding all but the rich and the brilliant would seem (to me) like excluding all but the white. And even if students are allowed to take financial aids that are not connected to their intelligence or parental wealth - they receive no presents. That makes it absolutely impossible for them to study a field not closely connected to the capitalistic system, so they would be able to make enough money to pay the generous gifts they had been given back. But what about people that do not care about money? What about people that want to study something they are interested in - just like we are?

Education is not a service provided by the state. Education is a civil right. This country is acting against its own interest by raising those fees. For this country has nothing else than know-how and the sturdiness of its people. If it will depend on only the latter, it will choose its faith as an industrial nation - as a nation with poorly paid workers and horribly well paid managers.

If those tuition fees will remain a constant in the educational policy of this German state... well then it's the last chance to say goodbye to the country of the "Dichter" and "Denker".

Say hello to the Land of Bankkaufmen and BWLstudents, Siemens-Managers and Soccer pros.

... oh yes, and you could be so kind not stepping on the poor; sometimes they make quite a mess out of things when not treated carefully ...

General topics / Re: 500€ for free, for everyone
« on: 2007-02-04 00:38:46 »
Yes, but we're pretty far away from "enough" people, because mostly, Tübingen's Students seem to be a horde of cowards...

That's a pity, still the only thing we can do about this is to show our intolerance against this decision...

General topics / Re: Klausurenordner
« on: 2007-02-03 20:39:37 »
Yes, I've already thought about that as well...

I'm not quite sure. As a last resort we could maybe ask the folks from BBPlenum, they are usually quite informed concerning student's rights.

General topics / Re: Evaluation for block seminars?
« on: 2007-02-03 20:37:43 »
I'm in. You're right concerning that one...

Who should/could we ask?

General topics / Re: Klausurenordner
« on: 2007-02-02 19:36:45 »
Well, I think it would be quite cool to have such a thing.
It is not said, that the project will only succeed if all and every exam is recorded there, but it will already be a success if there is one exam that might help some poor guy prepare for his or her exam!

So let's just start collecting the stuff, it can't do any damage. We are legally allowed to do that, to the best of my knowledge.

General topics / Klausurenordner
« on: 2007-02-02 07:25:31 »
Hey there!

This was discussed at the Plenum yesterday (everything else is either only interesting for TaCoS or not even interesting at all for us... the meeting was pretty short):

As maybe some of you know, there's the habit to have a "Prüfungsordner" where protocols of (oral) exams ("Prüfungen, Klausuren"), theses and whatsoever are being stored and preserved for generations to come. They can then look up what all this stuff is all about. Either as Erstis who are just curious what's going to strike them some semesters later, or as a student who's just going to write an important exam this could come quite handy. (This last sentence doesn't seem to be too correct in sense of grammaticality. Sorry. Not able to do any better right now)

The folders in Brechtbau are empty (for some obscure reason) and we want to start that as a new project to fill them... shall our Fachschaft participate?

Regards, Aleks

Parties and Events / Re: Brechtbaufest - Cleanup
« on: 2007-02-01 21:42:04 »
Why, 'keep him sane' is dramatical enough, isn't it?!

Hey folks, I'm just returning from BB Plenum.
Nothing too interesting for the Fachschaft, but some pretty damn good news for TaCoS.

Anyways... shouldn't miss my train now, so I'm leaving, but will be at home in about an hour or two so expect some news this evening.

See you, Aleks

General Linguistics / Re: Chair in General Linguistics
« on: 2007-02-01 18:43:29 »
Hum, OK...

I am interested in how the linguistics department will proceed, since they're feeding me (no, no comments on this, Laura, they really do ;D)

So, I think we should make a list of people that want to and then if there are more than two, they'll just meet and discuss who wants to walk in there and nod his head...

I hereby volunteer...

Parties and Events / Re: End-of-Semester-Party
« on: 2007-02-01 14:05:08 »
Fachschaft Meeting? You're nuts aren't you? When? Except on the weekends maybe...
But - you're right of course, we do need one...

OK, so let's try to find a consensus...
I'm fine everyday from 18:00, but that's also the only possibility.

Parties and Events / Re: Brechtbaufest - Cleanup
« on: 2007-01-31 21:04:20 »
Hum... dunno, but mplayer reads pretty much everything readable... I didn't see it it fail so far, even on windows stuff designed for windows that won't play on Windows... :D OK, it can't plаy DRM, but I don't want that anyways...

So, just send it, I'm very curious!

Parties and Events / Re: End-of-Semester-Party
« on: 2007-01-31 21:01:13 »
Well, it's exactly on the day of the last lectures... so maybe most students *should* still be here...

Parties and Events / End-of-Semester-Party
« on: 2007-01-31 14:42:47 »
Hey there,

Guy and I had the idea to have another party at the SfS or maybe somewhere else, similar to the first party we did. How about last Friday of this semester, being 16th of Feb.?

Some people (including me) have a syntax seminar afterwards, but hey, don't be ridiculous, we can have a party anyways... at least a small one, right before everyone gets back home...

I think the Fachschaft has done some great deal to bring folks from the different courses closer together... we should keep up the good work.


Regards, Aleks

Parties and Events / Re: Brechtbaufest - Cleanup
« on: 2007-01-31 14:34:13 »
Halt mal... Pech heisst auch Pech auf Polnisch?  :o

Hey, common the Czechs didn't do you any wrong, and they're not too lucky, too :D
But with the guys from Holland... I agree (though they are *so* cute when speaking foreign languages... I had this girlfriend once, she had a very nice intonation... )

Anyways... let's get back to the topic... ah... is there a topic anymore?

Small talk / Re: Stechowriositätenkabinett
« on: 2007-01-29 18:54:25 »
Naja, ich glaube, das hält sich jeweils abewechselnd die Waage.

Wie war das nochmal?

nk < 0 ; n < 0, k : 2 ∈ IN

Leider kein LaTeX hier...

Was natürlich voraussetzt, dass man anfangs schon verrückt ist, und es dann immer wieder wird. Ohne die entsprechende Anlage bleibt einem also nur die triste Normalität...

Parties and Events / Re: Brechtbaufest - Cleanup
« on: 2007-01-29 13:56:34 »
Yeah, we'll do an occult necromancer-party where we try to resurrect DeMorgan...

Schließlich haben die Romanisten ja auch ne Chance verdient nächstes Jahr...

"Feiern bis der Mathematiker kommt."

Parties and Events / Re: Brechtbaufest - Cleanup
« on: 2007-01-29 03:09:57 »
"Yeah, you're those DeMorgan guys!"

Thanks for the cool name, guy :D

OK, the AK-meeting is from six to eight (or probably later, but I don't mind), so I could attend the BBPlenum alright. Somebody joining?

PS: Anna, are you superstitious?

Parties and Events / Re: Brechtbaufest - Cleanup
« on: 2007-01-28 21:45:34 »
Guy, just one question: why do you never use punctuation marks?

You better be lucky he does write vowels! ;)
That was a good one...

Lura, a poet has not to be conforming to any rule. He make the rules!

When will BBPlenum take place? I'll probably have to attend a AK-Studiengebühren meeting but maybe I could skip that. I'll know more on Tuesday

Small talk / Re: Stechowriositätenkabinett
« on: 2007-01-28 21:31:13 »
Oh, das brauch ich!

Ich glaube, dass Spaß an 'sexuellen Konnotationen' bestimmter Ausdrücke nichts mit Spätpubertät zu tun hat, sondern einfach nur lustig ist... :D

Grüße, Aleks

Parties and Events / Re: Brechtbaufest - Cleanup
« on: 2007-01-28 17:55:59 »
We can ask the Brechtbauplenum whether they are going to organize on of the Clubhausfeste, if you're really keen on this.

Doesn't sound too bad. The good thing about such parties is the money we can make :D

Small talk / Re: Stechowriositätenkabinett
« on: 2007-01-28 15:55:53 »

Parties and Events / Re: Brechtbaufest - Cleanup
« on: 2007-01-28 15:53:33 »
He does not need them. His a poet, don't you see?

I think there are quite a couple of things to do better next time, but... that's in one year! The only thing I can look forward to right now is the end of this f***ing semester...  :-\

Let's have some other great parties before the next BBFest, shall we? 8)

Regards, Aleks

Parties and Events / Re: Brechtbaufest - Cleanup
« on: 2007-01-27 17:38:34 »
Huge thanks Johannes, for doing the job. I'm sorry to not have stayed till the bitter end, but I was pretty close to falling apart any moment...

Those Nozzels you put onto the bottles are called 'Spaßbremse' on German. :D

Ramon and I put the Sackkarre next to Hubert T.s office. He can't miss it.

Laura, I have all the glasses you put the candles in in my office. What about them? (They are in a blue box, dunno whose that is)

Regarding the tables and chairs in the room: Bela, Laura Ramon and I were pretty puzzled at the end of the party how to arrange 'em. A girl from the BB-team walked in who we asked about how to do that, but she did not say anything about it. We had no way to know what to do and we just aligned them in some manner that seemed sensible. Sorry for that, Johannes. Also that you had to clean up alone. We should avoid such situations next time.

But, I have to say that we did a great job on this and I want to thank all the people who made this possible. People all over the Fest were asking me 'Hey, you're the guy from the DeMorgan Bar, aren't you?', so we were quite popular.

Unfortunately, it was also widely known that we ran out of fuel. That's something we have to do better on next time as well.

Yet still, we did a lot of money, I hope this will help on things to come, like TaCoS and maybe a end-of-semester or beginning-of-next-semester party...

Thanks again to all of you (especially Johannes) and have a nice rest-weekend

General topics / Re: 500€ for free, for everyone
« on: 2007-01-27 04:52:08 »
(History is a lie we have commonly agreed on. Who was that again?)
Quote from: Napoleon
History is the version of past events that people have decided to agree on.
                -- Napoleon Bonaparte, "Maxims"

Parties and Events / Re: The Brecht-Bau-Hausfest...
« on: 2007-01-26 16:52:02 »
Hey there,
sorry, I'm going to be a bit late. Trains are a mess round here and I missed some of them...

General topics / Re: 500€ for free, for everyone
« on: 2007-01-26 13:06:40 »
Hey there!

I think that we should take every chance we can get - after all, it's our right given by the constitution of this country to
  • have a free education
  • protest against everything that we don't like

The Fachschaft has recieved lots of info-material through 'Hauspost'. Lotsa posters and flyouts. How about distributing them at the SfS? I could do that this weekend. Just put up the posters and let the flyouts pass round in lectures.

Stand up! That's maybe our only chance!
I can't believe people are so obedient nowadays. It sounds so rediculous. After all, the situation is the following. Either you'll pay or you'll participate in a protest and pay if it fails or won't pay otherwise... There's absolutely no excuse here: if you are going to pay anyways, you can give the protest a chance!

It's that easy.

Regards, Aleks

PS: I could put up the posters this weekend, but I would like to ask the whole Fachschaft first.

Small talk / Stechowriositätenkabinett
« on: 2007-01-25 22:18:36 »

Ich mach mal den Anfang:

Ein Tippfehler (but statt put) inspirierte zu folgender dichterischer Glanzleistung:

"Put put put mein Hänchen,
 put put put mein Hahn,
 Ich wollt' ich wär' kein Mädchen,
 Ich wollt' ich wär ein Mann."

Und heute:
"Wie lautet der Schlachtruf der Kosaken? Hacken!"

Alles nur lustig, wenn man Insider ist...

Aber Laura, Anne und Armin haben bestimmt noch mehr.

Parties and Events / Re: Things needed for BBfest
« on: 2007-01-25 22:13:10 »
To start with: In Estonian, it is "terviseks", NOT "Tervisex", though pronounced in that way.
What a pity. Would have been my favorite...

Parties and Events / Re: Things needed for BBfest
« on: 2007-01-25 11:24:24 »
That's a nice idea, but I think we should write it in the native script of the language. Hebrew is no problem, there are enough people to ask ;)

Hey, do we have brown sugar for Caipirinha or did we forget about that?

Parties and Events / Re: Things needed for BBfest
« on: 2007-01-23 13:45:06 »
Hm,  that's an .swf meaning I would have to install a lot of stuff on the machine to get it working (like firefox and the like)... but, yes, why not. I will see if I can get it to work.

Parties and Events / Re: Things needed for BBfest
« on: 2007-01-22 13:23:19 »
Do what thou wilt.

I bought the power supply for our freakshow today.  Anybody has some spare PCI graphics cards? I need some more to connect as many monitors we can to the mainboard.

Have five PCI slots two of which already have one. I have to more, but they are VERY old. (100MHz PI epoch: last millenium!  :o )


Parties and Events / Re: Things needed for BBfest
« on: 2007-01-20 20:04:13 »
We shall put it all in boxes and frames! DRT forever!


Parties and Events / Re: The Brecht-Bau-Hausfest...
« on: 2007-01-19 15:01:57 »
Well, about further attempts: Last time Julia posted something was yesterday afternoon, so for a person not living in symbiosis with her computer, I wouldn't count that as "no further attempt".
What? Impossible! How can one live without checking the forums every five minutes... OK, there's been a further attempt, so let's switch back to German.

Hallo Julia,

leider wohne ich in Reutlingen, denkbar weit weg vom WHO. Johannes wohnt dort, aber ich bezweifle, dass er Zeit/Interesse hat, oder?
Um Dir aber ein allgemeines Stimmungsbild zu vermitteln: es sieht momentan eher danach aus, als müssten wir Eure Bitte ablehnen; zumindest ist ein Großteil der Fachschaft dagegen. Ein Grund ist zum Beispiel, dass Ihr einfach etwas zu spät anfragt. Wir haben jetzt bereits fast die ganze Arbeit erledigt, das Geld aufgebracht, Dekos, Diskussionen - ist alles schon abgelaufen.
Ich kann Euren Standpunkt allerdings gut nachvollziehen. Wir hätten uns ebensogut in Eurer Position befinden können und es tut mir leid, dass wir Euch da nicht helfen können. Vielleicht könnt Ihr ja bei einer anderen Fachschaft anfragen, die Ihr gut kennt?

Vielleicht haben wir ja alle nächstes Jahr etwas mehr Glück.

Grüße, Aleks

Parties and Events / Re: The Brecht-Bau-Hausfest...
« on: 2007-01-19 12:27:22 »
Yes, I pretty much agree. There has not been any further attempt to contact us regarding the room up till now either... So let's keep things simple.

Knives and cutting boards are no problem at all. Have plenty of them at home. I would vote for some bottles of wine, but maybe we can buy them separately, as I think Metro won't have what we (err.. I?) want. We could also keep this as a 'reserve' (haha) because I would be glad to just take them home (and pay for them) if nobody else wants 'em. So I'll see what I can get.

(The problem would be, of course, wine glasses. We'll see how to handle that.)

Maybe we could afford some more liquor, but I'm not too sure. As I said, the worst thing that can happen is that we'll have to eliminate it all at the next SfS party where everybody just pays a little more than the cost. We won't get stuck with the stuff anyways... On good days in the café where I used to work we would eliminate five or six bottles of Cachaca along with several bottles of Vodka and Tequila and there was only room for about 200 to 350 people... But, well. It's our first Brechtbau party and maybe we should not be too enthusiastic.

It's really like reading from a randomly moved pointer... everything can happen.

Regards, Aleks

PS: Let's have a great party!

Ha, Bass.

Bass. Bassmen do it deeper. Or as Goethe put it:

Wenn das Gebäude widerschallt,
Fühlt man erst recht,
des Basses Grundgewalt.

(Faust I.)

I'm in love with 'em. Here's my darling:

Apart from that I'm into the more recent development in Philosophy including Heidegger, Wittgenstein, Nietzsche (Oh, yes, Nietzsche... ) and maybe Hans Jonas. I hate Kant. I do really hate him...

Almost as much as I hate sports... :D
And I like literature and poetry (Dostojewski, Celan... etc pp)
I have a weakness kept secret... (for science fiction...)

And I love drawing and arts in general and Monet, Dali and Kienholz in particular. A lot more I can't resemble right now. Check out this homepage. It's really worth visiting:

Oh yes, and I am very interested in the open source community and free OSs... things like the (linux) kernel or freedesktop... not the X server though. That's an ugly piece of software...

That's my yabloiocl (yet another boring list of interest of a computational linguist)
Anyone else?

Parties and Events / Re: Things needed for BBfest
« on: 2007-01-18 15:41:19 »
I'll bring one along as well.

And I'll start the preparations for the lightshow this weekend. I could maybe attach one Monitor to my laptop so we'll have even more stuff to show off with... 8)

Parties and Events / Re: The Brecht-Bau-Hausfest...
« on: 2007-01-18 15:40:19 »
Hey Guy, do you want to meet with the romanistics people to discuss whether and how they can/could participate in our planings for the party next Friday?

Aleks, wenn ich bitten darf. Hm, Guy und ich sind ja den kompletten Abend dort und bauen auch auf, deswegen fang ich als zumindest pseudo-Deutscher mal mit der Kontaktaufnahme an.

Heute nach sechs könnten wir uns ja mal zu einem Gespräch treffen und besprechen. Ohne Anteil an den Kosten gibt es aber keinen Anteil an den Gewinnen, soviel steht fest. Und: wir brauchen ein paar konkrete kreative Vorschläge von Euch, wie Ihr euch integrieren wollt...
Morgen ab eins wäre prinzipiell auch möglich.

Hm. Warum eigentlich ausgerechnet wir? Gut, beides irgendwie Philologisch... Ja, wie gesagt, ein Gespräch würde das wohl am besten klären. Hat wer außer mir noch Zeit/Lust?

Grüße, Aleks

Parties and Events / Re: Gästeliste, Tasks BBFest, Drinks
« on: 2007-01-17 12:45:27 »
Guy is going to buy all the stuff from a place where we can get everything a lot cheaper. Those things will end up in Wendlingen, however. So we still need someone to fetch the stuff. All this is going to happen this Saturday. If you want to, Charlotte, you could ask Guy about how to proceed.

Regards, Aleks

Parties and Events / Re: Gästeliste, Tasks BBFest
« on: 2007-01-16 16:42:11 »
I'm not really keen on volunteering for the Abbau, but if all else fails... I would not want to do it, however...

The list for our expenses is now updated. It should also include the quantities and the estimated amount of money we'll spend for every single thing and for everything overall.

Parties and Events / Re: Gästeliste, Tasks BBFest
« on: 2007-01-16 13:03:45 »
OK. We can put four more on the list.

Well, I have a 400 Watt Bass amplifier, but that is certainly not suitable for playing music through it.

Hm. I do have an old amp that is quite OK, but it has temperature problem (gets too hot when it's too hot outside). But I do not have any suitable speakers. Your HiFi is quite OK, and we'll have to watch for my computer as well anyways...

Parties and Events / Re: The Brecht-Bau-Hausfest...
« on: 2007-01-16 13:00:33 »
Oh, well. Brechtbau sure has taps, doesn't it? We love water. :D

Yes, of course, we need some drinks for mixing anyways ;)

So, orange juice, apple juice and some water (or maybe we'll stick with the taps?). And probably cola (also suitable for mixing) and bitter lemon...

Parties and Events / Re: The Brecht-Bau-Hausfest...
« on: 2007-01-15 22:46:59 »
OK. KiBa. Shall we put some vodka in it to make it more interesting?  8)

Parties and Events / Re: The Brecht-Bau-Hausfest...
« on: 2007-01-15 15:39:59 »
Hm, well let's see. We need drinks. Lots of drinks. But we do not know yet where to get them, huh?

OK, we need vodka, lots of wine, maybe some gin (and tonic), Tequila, (Ramazotti), (Grappa), Orange Juice, something to make Vodka lemon with...

How about Caipirinha? Always nice.
Bloody Mary? I love it.
Pinha Colada? Would not be my first choice. difficult to prepare.

For the barkeepers:

Also with some nice descriptions of the different cocktails.

How about mixing a nice linguistics cocktail?

Hey Anna, do you know where to buy Żubrówka (except Poland)? I'm sure as hell I didn't spell it right, but I know how to drink it, yes, I do.

Come on. Make some suggestions!

Parties and Events / Gästeliste, Tasks BBFest, Drinks
« on: 2007-01-15 15:31:05 »
OK, I think this should go into a separate topic to be easy to look up.

Who will do what on the Fest?

This has to be decided quickly. I'll open a list in the first post of this topic and will update it according to mails and replies to this it. The list should be finished end of this week.

There's also a list of what we are going to buy at the end of the post. This, too will be kept up to date. We should also include a... err... Kostenvoranschlag? An estimation of the money everything's goin to cost.

  • Guy (Baarkeeping)
  • Aleks (Baarkeeping)
  • Bela (Bar)
  • Charlotte (Bar, The Aufbau)
  • Nomi (Bar)
  • Kilian (Bar and anything else... )
  • Laura (Deco/Cleaning?)
  • Anna (Aufbau?)
  • Armin
  • Johannes (Ehre dem, der den Besen schwingt)
  • Ramon
  • Jon

  • Guy (the Kubani one :))
  • Aleks (me)
  • Bela
  • Charlotte
  • Nomi
  • Kilian

  • Guy and his girlfriend
  • Charlotte

Spending Friday afternoon in BB (Aufbau)
  • Jon (thumbs up!)
  • Kilian
  • Kubaniguy
  • Aleks

Cleaning till the early mornin' (Abräumen)
  • Johannes
  • Laura
  • Armin

  • Will Ramón (is that written correctly?) bring his HiFi?
  • I can bring my computer... although I have a bad feeling about this...
  • Nils maybe?

  • I'm sure as hell Laura will volunteer ;) (Your tree was nice :))

  • Glasses
  • Ice
  • Cachaca
  • Rum
  • Tequila
  • Wine (Red) (I can get some nice cheap Bulgarian)
  • Banana
  • Cherry
  • Apple
  • Orange
what else? Can't think of too much right now, because I've got to catch my train...

Small talk / For the next meeting...
« on: 2007-01-07 20:18:57 »
Hey there. Hope You all had some nice vacations...

I wanted to propose a little game for the next meeting... It's called Bullshit-Bingo and although I only just heard about it, it's already my favorite game :D

Here's a link:

Let's fill it with linguistic nonsense and see what happens at an everyday-fachschaft meeting... :D


General topics / Re: Website
« on: 2006-12-29 18:15:15 »
I've read it!

So you think we need a new text to (re)present the Fachschaft online at our ugly SfS-Website?
Um... right, some of the stuff there should be changed, TaCoS (I prefer KoCos) should be mentioned and the like... volunteers?

In my opinion the text has just to be changed a little bit. Or how about linking it directly to our page... wouldn't be that ugly either?

Will our sysadmin be able to change the link over holidays? :)

Regards, and a happy new year to y'all,

Parties and Events / Re: Christmas party
« on: 2006-12-20 16:47:05 »
Kannst Du auch, wenn Du magst...

Also, wenn einer da ist, dann ist einer da, und wenn nicht, ist einer in der Teeküche... ;)

Parties and Events / Re: Christmas party
« on: 2006-12-20 12:37:43 »
Mah, jetzt hab ich natürlich vor lauter Referatevorbereiten, Aufklausurennichtlernen und und und... den Wasserkocher vergessen :-[

Kilian, warum hast Du mich nicht beizeiten erinnert? :D
(Kilian sitzt übrigens gerade direkt neben mir, ich könnte ihn auch einfach fragen...)  ::)

Aber wir können sicherlich den aus der Teeküche nehmen, also nicht verzagen.

Grüße, aleks

Parties and Events / Re: Christmas party
« on: 2006-12-18 18:46:18 »
Oh, gut, dass ich das auch noch mitgekriegt hab... hmm... da hatte ich eigentlich auch noch ganz viel vor.. aber das wird schon klappen.
Gut. Ich versuch, den Wasserkocher nicht zu vergessen. (Ansonsten gibts hier im ersten Stock einen in der Teeküche, den dürfen wir sicher auch verwenden.)

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