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    Ram-robot?

    just curious...what/who are Ram-robot and Clan-Robot?


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    Re: Ram-robot?

    I asked Dez that. Its a Computer dude its not a real person
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    Re: Ram-robot?

    if you look at their signatures, it just about explains it


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    Re: Ram-robot?

    They're prolific little blighters aren't they?

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    Re: Ram-robot?

    What does Fat Pang mean ???



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    Re: Ram-robot?

    Nickname of the last colonial governor of Hong Kong, called Chris Patten.

    HK locals struggled with the pronunciation of his last name so just called him 'Pang'. He was a bit paunchy so they added the 'Fat'.

    He's got sound views on Asia, China and the new world order and as well as that I called my most successful fantasy league team Fat Pang's Mooncake. (Won the bowl last year, runners up this year)

    Mooncake, is pastry surrounded by crushed soy bean with salted egg in the middleW which is a bit of poetic licence cos' Mr Patten actually liked Macanese egg tarts best but it didn't sound half as good as Mooncake.

    And I just like the sound of it. Its a bit better than the Wong Kee key company. (After you've been here a couple of years you're not meant to laugh at things like that, but I always do)

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    Re: Ram-robot?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fat Pang
    Nickname of the last colonial governor of Hong Kong, called Chris Patten.

    HK locals struggled with the pronunciation of his last name so just called him 'Pang'. He was a bit paunchy so they added the 'Fat'.

    He's got sound views on Asia, China and the new world order and as well as that I called my most successful fantasy league team Fat Pang's Mooncake. (Won the bowl last year, runners up this year)

    Mooncake, is pastry surrounded by crushed soy bean with salted egg in the middleW which is a bit of poetic licence cos' Mr Patten actually liked Macanese egg tarts best but it didn't sound half as good as Mooncake.

    And I just like the sound of it. Its a bit better than the Wong Kee key company. (After you've been here a couple of years you're not meant to laugh at things like that, but I always do)
    Cool. I didn't notice your from Hong Kong. Thats awesome!
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    Re: Ram-robot?

    Yeah, do you live in the West or...just speak english really well? If you live in Hong Kong, how did you learn to speak English better than most people who live here?

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    Re: Ram-robot?

    Quote Originally Posted by Milan
    Yeah, do you live in the West or...just speak english really well? If you live in Hong Kong, how did you learn to speak English better than most people who live here?
    Actually from the England but have lived in Hong Kong for 3 years.

    And if I'm being honest, I have to admit to being an English teacher who once swallowed a dictionary.

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    Re: Ram-robot?

    A lexicon lover....no wonder the big words have been floating around.
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    Re: Ram-robot?

    Occupational hazard.

    It's when I get excited.............

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