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Posted: 23 Feb 05, 15:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

dose anyone know the real story of this gig what problems did they have and can you get it on bootleg video was it this one where roger fell during champions


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Posted: 23 Feb 05, 15:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

yes i think and green hair and so on and trashed his kit btw do you need to learn some punctuition and spellering yes i think so btw it's spelt saarbr├╝cken or saarbruecken iff you dont hav umlaut bye


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Posted: 23 Feb 05, 15:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Buy 'Queen Lives' book by Greg Brooks or try to search something on Martin's (Mr Scully) www.queenconcerts.com - there are details of each shows and some stories about them by fans.

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Posted: 23 Feb 05, 18:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

punctuation was bad but nothing at all wrong with the spelling..............


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Posted: 23 Feb 05, 18:44 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

who cares about spelling etc where here to talk queen!:)


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Posted: 23 Feb 05, 18:45 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Two tracks survived on video, the full show is around as audio-bootleg.
(And yes, this is the one with Roger's green hair!) ;-)

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Posted: 23 Feb 05, 18:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

my thoughts exactly flash!


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Posted: 23 Feb 05, 18:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

newcastle 86! wrote:

my thoughts exactly flash!


good man!!:)


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Posted: 26 Feb 05, 22:39 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

flash00. wrote:

who cares about spelling etc where here to talk queen!:)


You should care, because it's good to practice decent grammatical skills. Believe it or not, people like myself sometimes have to struggle to read through a run-on sentence like this one above that lacks punctuation. The second post in this topic is no exaggeration. Few people want to spend time trying to break the sentences into their proper groupings. Can I go so far as to say that posters with such grammar issues are rarely taken seriously?

Don't take this personally - but for example, you wrote "where" instead of "we're". If you wrote that on an essay in University, you would get your paper back with a 0. Better than that, if you wrote that on a resume for a job, it would immediately end up in the company's garbage pile. Well, recycling pile, if it's a decent company.

Seeing grown adults, assumingly high school graduates, who are unable to discern between it's/its, to/two/too, your/you're, and weather/whether just seem to baffle me. Yes, I understand that not everyone has the ability to completely connect language to their thoughts, but that's not an excuse to keep themselves from learning to write properly.

It's generally accepted that we should just be polite, so we don't comment often enough - but the truth is, it drives many people up the wall. So there, that's the one and only time I'll go on a grammar rant here. I've been wanting to do it since the day I joined.

newcastle 86! wrote:

punctuation was bad but nothing at all wrong with the spelling..............


Yes, and in fact, someone from Sarrraaabrucken would surely agree.



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