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Hi there from Berlin

#1 Postby Attila » Sun Aug 14, 2005 2:27 pm

Hi,

my name is Attila and I am a vegan since three years and, well, I am still alive :shock: :wink: I am a very sportive person: I swim, do some training with weights and like to bike. My goal is to be huge someday :wink: to show people that vegans can look even better than "normal" people! I enjoy cooking and I really enjoy running my website and share recipes with people like you. There is so much vegan food out there and I love to explore it. If you ask me what I believe the future will be: I believe it's vegan. Meat is oldfashioned and milk is too. Leather is dead long time and let's not talk about fur... :roll:

That's it for my introduction so far...

Greetings
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#2 Postby jonathan » Sun Aug 14, 2005 2:36 pm

welcome attila! yet another german - makes me wish i lived there and actually used my german!

enjoy the site, please feel free to correct my german spelling (which is terible) should i ever write any!

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#3 Postby Daywalker » Sun Aug 14, 2005 2:37 pm

Hey Attila!

Coole Seite! Cooler Avatar! :D
Cool animal rights attitude, too! 8)

When i'm in Berlin next time, maybe we can meet :)

Great to have you here on the board, welcome!

What styles do you prefer in swimming? What distances are your best? I used to be a fairly good swimmer, but it seems ages ago to me now ... :?

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#4 Postby Daywalker » Sun Aug 14, 2005 2:39 pm

jonathan wrote:please feel free to correct my german spelling (which is terible)


Do you mind if i correct your ENGLISH spelling? :lol:

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#5 Postby Attila » Sun Aug 14, 2005 2:45 pm

Daywalker wrote:
jonathan wrote:please feel free to correct my german spelling (which is terible)


Do you mind if i correct your ENGLISH spelling? :lol:

:wink:


Actually you are welcome to correct mine as well - on my page and here! :mrgreen:

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#6 Postby Attila » Sun Aug 14, 2005 2:50 pm

Daywalker wrote:Hey Attila!

Coole Seite! Cooler Avatar! :D
Cool animal rights attitude, too! 8)

When i'm in Berlin next time, maybe we can meet :)

Great to have you here on the board, welcome!

What styles do you prefer in swimming? What distances are your best? I used to be a fairly good swimmer, but it seems ages ago to me now ... :?

CU,
Daywalker 8)


Thx for your compliment!!! Sure we can meet in Berlin. Here are many so called "Reformhaus"-markets and Organicfoodshops we could explore together. My apartment is a little to small for three people (my girlfriend included) but I am sure we can find something for you if you have not anything planed yet :wink:

Normally I swim everyday in the morning at 6 am 2000 metres. Afterwards I do weight training. I've done Triathlon for 5 years so swimming isn't really the problem. I usually do my training only in the morning. I stand up 5 am and at 9 am I am back home and enjoy my breakfast what consists mostly out of fruits. Then I spent time learning new things and designing my webpage. :)

Greetings
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#7 Postby Attila » Sun Aug 14, 2005 2:53 pm

jonathan wrote:welcome attila! yet another german - makes me wish i lived there and actually used my german!

enjoy the site, please feel free to correct my german spelling (which is terible) should i ever write any!

jonathan


HI Jonathan,

wow, you learned german? It's a very difficult language. Have you ever been here?

Greetings
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#8 Postby Attila » Sun Aug 14, 2005 2:54 pm

Hey Daywalker,

if it's your back on your avatar I congratulate you. Awesome! :!: :!: :!:

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#9 Postby robert » Sun Aug 14, 2005 3:12 pm

Hey Attila,

Welcome to the group! I just made a post recently in General Discussion called German Vegans, we are getting more and more on our group all the time. :mrgreen:

I've become online buddies with a bunch of German Vegan Athletes. I was over there last summer and thought it was great! I was in and near Rostock (not sure how to spell it).

Thanks for joining our group and I'm happy that more members can meet in person, that is one of the fun and rewarding parts of this site!

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#10 Postby lelle » Sun Aug 14, 2005 4:08 pm

welcome buddy! seems like there are more vegans in germany than i thought :) AWESOME :P

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Vegans in Germany

#11 Postby DanDz » Mon Aug 15, 2005 1:26 am

Welcome to the site, Attila. I was just wondering: how is the vegan scene over in Germany? Are there more vegans/vegetarians in Germany, than the United States, percentage wise? Is it accepted at all in Germany? Here in the United States the whole vegetarian/vegan movement is really growing rapidly. There are more vegan foods than ever before, you hear more people talking about the diet, and you even hear more and more in the medical community embracing the diet as a very healthy one. So how are things in Germany?

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#12 Postby kadett8 » Mon Aug 15, 2005 2:04 am

hi attila,

great to have you here! :D

iM really happy i found your webpage now. i had installed links to two flash animations (reue is one of my favorites ever) on our site (vegan.at), but then the url disappeared and i couldnt find it again in google.
i guess you dont have a problem when we link again your flash stuff, and your recipies, or the whole site.
you are really good in webpage stuff, or did you had help? its one of the best made private webpages i know, probably better then most sites from organisations! :shock: :)

to the others: please check out the flash projects, english is also chooseable!

:)
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#13 Postby jonathan » Mon Aug 15, 2005 4:09 am

*daywalker -oh how shameful - i can't even spell english. there is no hope for me!

*attila - i am half german, my mum is from osnabruck. i havent been back in 4years (which i regret - hope to go later this year) but before then i usually made it there twice a year to see my gran and other family too. never made it to berlin though, my uncle did study there though.

my spoken german is many many times better than my written!

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#14 Postby Attila » Mon Aug 15, 2005 5:41 am

kadett8 wrote:hi attila,

great to have you here! :D

iM really happy i found your webpage now. i had installed links to two flash animations (reue is one of my favorites ever) on our site (vegan.at), but then the url disappeared and i couldnt find it again in google.
i guess you dont have a problem when we link again your flash stuff, and your recipies, or the whole site.
you are really good in webpage stuff, or did you had help? its one of the best made private webpages i know, probably better then most sites from organisations! :shock: :)

to the others: please check out the flash projects, english is also chooseable!

:)

lg felix


Hi felix,

thank you very much for your compliments. The site disappeared maybe one year ago because I had to make a complete redesign - now everything is back online
:D
Of course you can link my website - I'd really appreciate it! I do the whole design on my page on my own. I love to learn new programs. Currently I am trying to get deeper in 3d-Animations with Maya. :wink:

Greetings go out from Berlin to Austria
Attila :mrgreen:

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#15 Postby Attila » Mon Aug 15, 2005 5:43 am

jonathan wrote:
*attila - i am half german, my mum is from osnabruck. i havent been back in 4years (which i regret - hope to go later this year) but before then i usually made it there twice a year to see my gran and other family too. never made it to berlin though, my uncle did study there though.

my spoken german is many many times better than my written!

jonathan


Hi Jonathan,

wow that's really cool to hear. I've never been in Osnabruck though but I'd like to. Did you grow up in Germany? I guess so.

Greetings
Attila :mrgreen:


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