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maurice x
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Sat Sep 24, 2005 8:23 pm
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it was good to see " I" (the japanese driver who plays with helga and lonewolf on tues & thurs nights) joining us on friday night, i always welcome new drivers to my meetings.

only problem is that he used hiro shifting for all the races. i tried to tell him not to use it by writing 'I,noHIRO pls' but i don't think he understood. if anyone keeps intouch with him or speaks japanese or speaks to him frequenly, can anyone please tell him that he is welcome to join us but to please stop using hiro shifting.
he did give us a head start in a few races, but we don't need a head start all he needs to do is stops using Hiro shifting.
thanks
 
Kizzy
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Sun Sep 25, 2005 5:03 am
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Maurice X, I think that Fuka and "I" speak to each other, Fuka often frequents Helga's site. "I" is a good chap and probably did not realise.

BTW how many have been turning up for your races?

Kizzy
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lozz
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Sun Sep 25, 2005 11:46 am
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hey, i play on the tues and thurs races, fuka sent me an email so i can contact him if you want, lozz.
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maurice x
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Sun Sep 25, 2005 8:34 pm
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lozz wrote:
hey, i play on the tues and thurs races, fuka sent me an email so i can contact him if you want, lozz.


thanks that would be much appreciated Smile

answer to kizzy's question: the usual, 3 of us, sometimes 2 Smile
 
FUKA
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Mon Sep 26, 2005 10:10 am
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Hi

He("I") cannot read English, I think.
I'll contact him though he is rarely seen on the web(also He doesn't have E-mail).

Or, If he is H-shifting, Could you send him this message "H-sift DAME"?

"DAME" means the prohibition in Japanese. Wink

thx.
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Smurph
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Mon Sep 26, 2005 12:36 pm
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Correct me If i have the particle wrong in these, please.

Tell him: "Hiro-shiftga damedesu." ("Hiro shifting is bad/prohibited")

Or: "Hiro-shiftga sutoppuokudasai." ("Please stop hiro-shifting.")

i can't remember the proper word for "stop", so I just used "sutoppu".

Anyway, it SHOULD get the message across.
 
kingofgrills
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Mon Sep 26, 2005 12:57 pm
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Smurph wrote:
Correct me If i have the particle wrong in these, please.

Tell him: "Hiro-shiftga damedesu." ("Hiro shifting is bad/prohibited")

Or: "Hiro-shiftga sutoppuokudasai." ("Please stop hiro-shifting.")

i can't remember the proper word for "stop", so I just used "sutoppu".

Anyway, it SHOULD get the message across.


Your first phrase should do the trick. However, you need to put a few spaces in there. Try either of these:

"Hiro-shift ga dame desu." (Hiro shifting is bad / prohibited.)

or

"Hiro-shift ga yamete kudasai." (Please stop hiro shifting.)
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Smurph
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Mon Sep 26, 2005 4:27 pm
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"yamete". THAT's the word I was looking for. Thanks, for the word and the constructive criticism.
 
maurice x
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Mon Sep 26, 2005 6:24 pm
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thanks for the help guys, "I" is a great guy and he loves f355, i'm sure once he reads this he'll be ok with it Smile
 
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