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How about Head-fi makes some t shirts and sell some on here?

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How about Head-fi makes some t shirts and sell some on here?

They already have some

http://www.head-fi.org/t/58497/head-fi-special-attack-team

 

A buddy of mine Joe Bloggs got a Head-Fi Swat team going back in 2006

 

http://www.cafepress.com/headfi

 

LOL:

 

 

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How about Head-fi makes some t shirts and sell some on here?

I remember Joe Bloggs once showed me some site that sold head-fi T-shorts. And a head-fi tong, which he supposedly bought.rolleyes.gif
post #19 of 222

Hey Jude

 

If you would like me to ship some items to the Saturday night event (okay beerblast), just drop me a PM or a Facebook message with where to ship and about the timing since I think it would be by UPS only so I would have to be sure they get there in time.  At this time, I am not sure I will make it out to this years CanJam @ RMAF.

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I have to cross continents but I'm thinking to go!

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I want to go but I can't :(. Too far~

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I will be there. My first one, I cannot wait!  basshead.gif

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Very excited about this year!

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Saying about the UK we are having a meeting on the 15th in Cambridgeshire please check the local meetings in the Head-Fi web-site, this is a big meeting with a big prizes all for charity.

 

Also the Hifi show in Silverstone on the following weekend is having a part / room just for headphones, the Head-Fi moment is growing just give it time and we will all get there, maybe the Munich High End show is the place to get companies involved in Europe?

 

Mark
 

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Saying about the UK we are having a meeting on the 15th in Cambridgeshire please check the local meetings in the Head-Fi web-site, this is a big meeting with a big prizes all for charity.

 

Also the Hifi show in Silverstone on the following weekend is having a part / room just for headphones, the Head-Fi moment is growing just give it time and we will all get there, maybe the Munich High End show is the place to get companies involved in Europe?

 

Mark
 

http://www.chestergroup.org/shows/national-audio-show-12

 

also in  Sweden & Australia... details of all three shows via link

 

also...  if you click on link, then on 'World Show Index' you will see all hi-fi events around the World (CanJam is listed) 


Edited by OK-Guy - 8/28/12 at 4:42am

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Cause 'Murica! That's why.

 

But seriously..good question.

 

Wait nope nevermind. I was thinking about how so many makers were there and it was easier for international people but the thing is...THE LANGUAGES......is the huge problem. Not only is Head-Fi's main people English speaking...it's Murica. Get a European festival for everyone and man........ 

 

think you'll find most people in Europe have a good command of English... I can go to most countries and get by with no problems as English is a second language for most, in truth it's a bit humiliating at times as they speak better English than me.

 

mind you most Muricans can't spell... must be that red-neck colour (see what I did there) wink_face.gif


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Belgium is split in to two parts. Flanders and Wallonia. The former is Dutch-speaking, the latter French speaking.
Belgium is bordering both the Netherlands and France. Since Belgium is not very big, France is also pretty close to the Netherlands.
We aren't really near Norway. Have to cross a sea first. UK is much closer. Even Denmark is closer than Norway.
Germany is also bordering our country.

correction there is a dutch speaking part, a mixed part (brussels), a french part and a german part.

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correction there is a dutch speaking part, a mixed part (brussels), a french part and a german part.

Not really a correction.

There is still Flanders and Wallonia. And I was correct in noting that Flanders is Dutch speaking, and Wallonia French speaking.
Not mentioning the German speaking and bilingual part is just as wrong as stating that they speak Dutch in the Netherlands while there is a pretty significant Frisian minority.
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Not really a correction.
There is still Flanders and Wallonia. And I was correct in noting that Flanders is Dutch speaking, and Wallonia French speaking.
Not mentioning the German speaking and bilingual part is just as wrong as stating that they speak Dutch in the Netherlands while there is a pretty significant Frisian minority.¨^

^that's right. did you hear anything from that company? if they are able to organize it?

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There is still Flanders and Wallonia. And I was correct in noting that Flanders is Dutch speaking, and Wallonia French speaking.
Not mentioning the German speaking and bilingual part is just as wrong as stating that they speak Dutch in the Netherlands while there is a pretty significant Frisian minority.

 

so what's the common language in what appears to be a seriously mixed-up country... English ?

 

we had the same problem in England a few centuries ago, about thirty different local dialects were spoke by about 70% of the population (we'll call it Olde English for arguments sake), the rest spoke French... Henry V sorted out all that malarkey when we were fighting the French (Agincourt et al), he didn't want his messages to be intercepted so he wrote them in English which was the first recorded standardisation of the language, though it took a few centuries to become the common English language that is spoke today.


Edited by OK-Guy - 8/28/12 at 11:31am

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