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New 06:31
Good morning.
New 06:36
hi
New 09:39
Morning...
New 10:18
Good morning, everyone! And how are you this fine and lovely day?
New 10:41
fine but haven't been lovely in many decades
New 12:09
I'm sorry that your day isn't lovely, jar. Here is bright, sunny, slightly cold and crisp,
New 13:14
...be aware, there is always something nasty lurking in the corner
New 13:14
Just lask Morgaine
New 15:47
Hey, arrow, watched, The Crossing (Flukten over grensen)
New 15:48
was thinking of you most of the time...
New 15:48
Lovely film by the way...
New 18:16
/nick very sneaky
New 18:16
I wasn't allowed to change nick
New 18:20
I haven't watched it, maybe I should
New 18:20
some made it over the boarder during the war, others not
New 18:21
there are a couple of stories with not so happy ending, but I actually think most made it with the effort they could muster
New 18:23
the author of the childrens book was born born in the 70s, so proably only her grand parents actually remembered the war
New 18:30
it was strange years
New 18:30
the stories that isn't told offically is the strangest
New 18:31
after the war, children were undernourished
New 18:32
sometimes they were sent away to Sweden or Denmark where they had access to better food
New 18:33
a family was given the option to send one of their boys to sweeden for a few months stay
New 18:33
after the time was up they where asked if he could stay another period and the mother agreed
New 18:34
then it turned out that because he had stayed there for a long enough time for the family on the farm to have claim to him
New 18:35
he never went home again, and the mother was never given a good reason other than that what was the paper she had signed
New 18:36
I don't think that could have happened a decade later
New 18:45
i guess you did not have anything like that in the UK, at least not fleeing from germans
New 18:46
you had bombings mostly?
New 18:50
who has tried diamine Noel?
New 18:52
New 18:56
didn't Morgain have the inkvent callendar one year?
New 18:59
I'm off to bed
New 18:59
these delayed conversations turn out a bit odd
New 20:56
Sorry, arrow.
New 20:56
I don't know much about UK...
New 20:57
I found the story up lifting...
New 20:58
But the story of children being "abducted" are still common... even in our modern times...
New 20:58
As long as there is war... and orphaned children....poverty...
New 20:59
What I liked about the movie was the simplicity and economy of storytelling
New 20:59
and how they transitioned from archival B&W to colour...
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