Spring is in the air!

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Re: Spring is in the air!

by Steve_D » Sun Feb 20, 2011 7:06 pm

JuanCruz wrote:¡Muy buenas fotos, Matt! Sí, supongo que la primavera se está acercando por allá.

Muchas gracias Juan por continuar con la traducciones al español. :D

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Re: Spring is in the air!

by jht-union » Sun Feb 20, 2011 8:13 pm

Steve_D wrote:JuanCruz wrote:
¡Muy buenas fotos, Matt! Sí, supongo que la primavera se está acercando por allá.
Muchas gracias Juan por continuar con la traducciones al español.


se me olvida que estas tratando aprender espanol steve, voy a tratar de comentarte en espanol mas de seguido! :)

Oh, y no soy perfecto escribiendo el ingles, seria bueno que debes en cuando trataras de correjirme cuando veas un error! :)
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Re: Spring is in the air!

by Steve_D » Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:28 pm

jht-union wrote: y no soy perfecto escribiendo el ingles, seria bueno que debes en cuando trataras de correjirme cuando veas un error!

Si lo quieres, entonces lo haré! Pero tu inglés es casi perfecto. Solo que a veces hay unos pocos errores muy pequeños. :)

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Re: Spring is in the air!

by jht-union » Mon Feb 21, 2011 1:04 am

Steve_D wrote:Si lo quieres, entonces lo haré! Pero tu inglés es casi perfecto. Solo que a veces hay unos pocos errores muy pequeños.


Si, probablemente es por que escribo rapido y no me doy cuenta por que no miro lo que escribi, o definitivamente no se jaja! :)
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Re: Spring is in the air!

by victor » Mon Feb 21, 2011 1:35 pm

OMG! Whats with the spanish? I don't have a single clue about
what you gus are talking about.

Although I know that Victor is a spanish name but I'm not spanish.
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Re: Spring is in the air!

by Daniel_G » Mon Feb 21, 2011 1:42 pm

Why not speak spanish? Spansish is a good language

Y Tu no habla español por lo que es muy divertido para nosotros
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Re: Spring is in the air!

by victor » Mon Feb 21, 2011 1:55 pm

I never said it was a bad language.

I just said I couldn't understand what you guys were talking about.
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Re: Spring is in the air!

by Daniel_G » Mon Feb 21, 2011 1:57 pm

I didn't say you said it was a bad language xD but this is getting off-topic (i'm really saying that aren't i? ) So if a mod want's to get rid of these post's, go for it :lol:
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Re: Spring is in the air!

by dantt99 » Mon Feb 21, 2011 4:30 pm

If you have Google Chrome you can install the extension for Google translate and it will translate all the Spanish to English for you :) Back on topic, awesome pics MAtt!

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Re: Spring is in the air!

by Steve_D » Mon Feb 21, 2011 10:05 pm

Daniel (dantt99), your website is very attractive, and the photos at the top look great. Nice to see another carnivorous website pop up. :D

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Re: Spring is in the air!

by jht-union » Mon Feb 21, 2011 10:33 pm

Steve_D wrote:Daniel (dantt99), your website is very attractive, and the photos at the top look great. Nice to see another carnivorous website pop up.


I just look at it, and yeah it is really atractive, sounds like in a few years you guys will be competing with dantt99 hehe, i should start another one here in the east to help you guys, we can have 4 FTS stores, one in the south(new mexico, steve_D), one in the northwest(Oregon, matt), and one in the east(North Carolina, jht-union), one in the center(Kansas), Matt sells the VFT's, cephalotus, steve sells all the sarras, i would sell all the droseras, person D would sell nepenthes and other CP's hehe. And then we split the money, and we are all happy! :) :lol:

Dantt99- didn't mean to leave you out, but you're just below matt.
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Re: Spring is in the air!

by dantt99 » Mon Feb 21, 2011 11:10 pm

Steve_D wrote:l (dantt99), your website is very attractive, and the photos at the top look great. Nice to see another carnivorous website pop up.

Thanks! I haven't really done much with the site yet but get it on the web. I might as well ask someone with experience, how do you get a business started? Any legal stuff to worry about? :lol: Thanks in advanced :)
jht-union wrote:I just look at it, and yeah it is really atractive, sounds like in a few years you guys will be competing with dantt99 hehe, i should start another one here in the east to help you guys, we can have 4 FTS stores, one in the south(new mexico, steve_D), one in the northwest(Oregon, matt), one in the Southwest (San Diego, dantt99) and one in the east(North Carolina, jht-union), one in the center(Kansas), Matt sells the VFT's, cephalotus, steve sells all the sarras, i would sell all the droseras, person D would sell nepenthes and other CP's hehe. And then we split the money, and we are all happy!

Dantt99- didn't mean to leave you out, but you're just below matt.

Is that some kind of double entendre? :lol: I fixed it for you ;)

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Re: Spring is in the air!

by Steve_D » Tue Feb 22, 2011 12:28 am

jht-union wrote:steve sells all the sarras

Not on your life! Venus Flytraps all the way! :D

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Re: Spring is in the air!

by dantt99 » Tue Feb 22, 2011 12:30 am

lol I was thinking the same! But seriously, how do you get a business started? Any legal stuff to worry about? Thanks in advanced

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Re: Spring is in the air!

by jht-union » Tue Feb 22, 2011 12:38 am

Steve_D wrote:Not on your life! Venus Flytraps all the way!


Venus flytraps have this thing that makes them unique(i would get them all NOW :) ), but sarras put a really good show of colors even when they're dormant! :) And sounds like cross-pollination in sarras is a good game to play! :)
But VFT's show more mutations, and more genetic variation in my opinion when cross-polinating(based on the results of members, matt's VFT's, y tus plantas) I can understand too why one prefers a VFT rather than a sarra since they don't move, and a vft moves, but i like, and admire all CP's, because each one has its own way to trap insect, climate, habitad...etc! but i wonder if pitchers plants will sometime adapt in the future to close their lids when they feel an insect coming in, that will be revolutinary as pitchers are larger than VFT's! :)
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