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Discussion in 'General Banter' started by ric19, Apr 7, 2013.

  1. ric19

    ric19 Dedicated Member

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    Why they are called Z3 and Z4 ?

    Sorry if im saying something thats well known but I have just read it in a book on Amazon

    Apparently the Z stands for Zukunft which is the German word for future.

    Rich.
     
  2. hard top

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    I read a book once while floating down the Amazon.......Z =

    Zuurkool........Middelhoogduitse term "sūrkrūt" (modern Duits: Sauerkraut). with a big dash of Ronald McDonald..................

    :D
     
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    What are you on? :D
     
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    Now I know :D you cannot beat a bit of ska or northern soul.
     

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