"The Waltzer is a ride enjoyed by kids and teenagers alike" Week 8 | February 2000

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[top tune]
DJ Visage:
Time To Say Goodbye

-Al, that site is stylie. Stylie buzzer.

Viv (on the bus driver's strike):
"It's not as if they're doing any real work... like drawing pixels."


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I got 2 Doras Sham: ROCKS!

[latest photographs]
Check out these arty pictures I took in Dublin with a few drinks on me. Monster.

[watzer's dublin]
1. Martin and Glen, Blackrock. 2. Texaco Station. 3. Blackrock. 4. Dublin Bus. 5. O'Connell Street.

[that wrecks me buzz]


Is Ireland the only country in the world that you have to bring an umbrella and a pair of sunglasses out with you?

The other day I went to work in the pouring rain. I had an umbrella with me and lots of rainy clothes. By the time I was heading home, it was real sunny and I could have done with a pair of shades! And

Now that wrecks me buzz.


-Waltzer Experience Emergency Broadcasting

It is only a matter of time before access to this site will be restricted. As soon as The Company's computers trace the requests for this page, they will investigate if it is business-related and soon deny access. Since a lot of you come from within the company, it stands to reason that the continued success of this site is in jeopardy.

If the situation arises where my site is restricted, you will be pleased to know that I will be sharing out a copy of it over the LAN from my own hard drive. This does not affect any of you who come from outside The Company. God love yiz, yiz must be sick of hearing about our Company? Maybe I'll do a special on me Navan girls soon!

-Valentines Cards

Yowage props to me beeetches who sent me an auld card. Much appreciated. I liked the one form "Sexy Kitten" best. Thanks Sexy Kitten. I might have a free evening next week, if you'd like to get together, baby, know wha' I'm sayin'? And if it that's you, Michelle, you can feck off.

-Continued Success!

I am very pleased that you are all comming back to see me somewhat controversial, sometimes humerous site. Respect. The hits just keep comming in. Smashing. I hope you enjoy this week's dose.

[featured site]
Lost in the Translation
With Ali-W!*


JUSTIFY! There is some countries in da world dat they do not bang on in da English dat we is using. When they is translating their product or signs or films, they sometimes get it wrong. So I is on da Telex with me main man, Hearsay, and we is going to make sure that you laugh at these attempts at da translations. So, Hearsay, is that your real name?
-No. No it's not.
-Okay. Now me knows that me Waltzer massive isn't got time to be surfing, so is your site worth checking out?
-Yes, by all means. I have put this site together to show how funny translations can be when done by someone with little experience of English.
-Can you give us an example then?
A sign in a Norwegian cocktail lounge:
"Ladies are requested not to have children in the bar"
-Ha ha! Is you telling me that this was a sign, for real?
-Yes! Here is another one:
Sign in an Acapulco hotel:
"The manager has personally passed all the water served here"
-Do you think da manager really passed da water?
-No. Just the translation made it mean something different.
-Did you travel all over da world to get these translations?
-No, people send them to me.
-Aye, for real. So would you like to leave me with a final sample?
-Sure, here is a Kung Fu movie translation:
Beware! Your bones are going to be disconnected.
-Ha ha! Respect. Keep it safe, keep it real, keep it free.

*Conversation may not have happened.