RADWAR Party 2010 - was small crowded but awesome !

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RADWAR Party 2010 - was small crowded but awesome !

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We had such a great nite ... unfortunately a lot of friends didn't come.
At least the BOYS WITHOUT BRAINS made me drunk and my
X-AMPLE mates brought me safely home :lol:


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Cool... thanks for sharing. This reminded me of the cool Giant "X-Ample Architecture" logo flying back and forth in a demo I saw long ago.
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Analog-X64 wrote:his reminded me of the cool Giant "X-Ample Architecture" logo flying back and forth in a demo I saw long ago.
I think it must have been "The Spirit of Art" Demo as far as i can remember 8)
As mentioned above.. i really missed a few old farts there.. like :
Markus Schneider, Ivo "Mr Cursor" Herzeg, Walter Konrad only to name a few..

But hey.. finally Mario "Hawkeye" van Zeist and myself made it happen to speak to each
other. Last time we did was 1988/89 planing Hawkeye II and Bamboo ...
It took sooooo... long but was worth to wait for it :D

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