Posted by El Pájaro on July 27, 2000 at 07:36:21:
In Reply to: Re: El Pajaro! posted by gavin on July 26, 2000 at 19:03:56:
: i'll second that, stojan. El Pajaro, you always have great advice and are always there for us with well thought out answers....but please, is it possible to put up an english version of your page for us uncultured english? thanks again.
: : Yo, bro... First I wanna say that your contribution to the messageboard makes us all warm at heart and joyous in mind... Thanx for being a must to the board and giving your wise answers to our seeking questions... Secondly, I'd love to check out your homepage, can't do though, until you put up an version in english... I can't get a thing, but I'm sure it's just fine... :)
: : Peace and wine
: : Stojan
Hi there friends,
Allright guys you really, REALLY left me speachless this time ...feeling so much support and kindness from you is definitely one of the greatest things that could ever happen to me. THANKS!!!!!!! It´s been great all along to exchange opinions with colleagues from all over the world, and learning so much from all the people who post here is just as enjoyable as trying to help everybody out ...thank you for being so kind (and for putting up with my poor attempts at humor!:-)).
An English version of 44Hz.com? Well, it's a good idea that certainly would make the site accesible to everybody, but 44Hz.com was actually created to give Spanish speaking electric and upright bass players something I thought they were lacking: a great site that could adress their interests in their language.
Your input is welcome anyway, and I'm definitely thinking about it. Now, if I could only find some more time...
Anyway, haven't you considered learning some Spanish? It's a nice language, it will allow you to browse all over my site, and you'll be able to impress quite a few ladies around by singing the latest Ricky Martin hits by heart (well ...maybe not).
Allright guys this is it for now. Thanks again for being so kind to me, buena suerte and keep all of yuor basses way up front in the mix,
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