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Sproing! part 9 By Strega -- Report

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Some time later...

Good decisions come from experience. Experience comes from bad decisions. Both sorts of decisions are visible on this page.

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ChaoskampfNunc

Posted by ChaoskampfNunc 8 months ago Report

Didn't know this translation software was google integrated

Strega

Posted by Strega 8 months ago Report

Sooner or later the technology was going to spread. 83

ufo78

Posted by ufo78 8 months ago Report

Már évek óta működik. Sokat segít, de még nem tökéletes. Valójában szinte csak szavakat fordít, értelmezni mondatokat még csak egyszerüt tud. A szleng és a több értelmű szavakkal is bajban van. Gyakran fordít rosszúl. Kb egy 3-4 éves gyermek szintjén müködik. De nagy jó hogy van. Szórakoztató és tanulságos. Halgassátok hogy olvas hangosan. Az elég vicces.

Strega

Posted by Strega 8 months ago Report

Are you talking about the fictional sea mammal to English translation or some real life thing? I'm using Google Translate to translate your comments so I can reply.

Nibor

Posted by Nibor 8 months ago Report

Nice bookend.

deathknight

Posted by deathknight 8 months ago Report

And now he is fat sea lumpo

Strega

Posted by Strega 8 months ago Report

And about to get fatter. 83

deathknight

Posted by deathknight 8 months ago Report

easy prey for strega sharks and dolphins

Strega

Posted by Strega 8 months ago Report

He's too big for a dolphin, an orca though...

deathknight

Posted by deathknight 8 months ago Report

don't forget great white!

Strega

Posted by Strega 8 months ago Report

Those are known to prey even on elephant seals, so yes. 83