Monday, 10 September 2007

welcome


good day to you sirs, may i introduce

Count Nicoli Betts-Davittovich, the commander of the army of a little known principality not many miles from your own fair lands. a deeply wooded valley has kept our neutrality from the coming and going of the wider Urope nations possible for many years. Now sadly ,due to economic need, we seek to unleash ourselves as the latest mercenary arm for higher in the area. wood and wodka just isn't balancing the books.

any interest in our wonderful and usually well trained troops should be forwarded to the minister for wa,r Peator Von Haxbistein
or indeed direct diplomatic overtones to our Glorious Prince Olav Muirvicken

5 comments:

Bluebear Jeff said...

In case you were unaware of it, you can "edit" your blog.

Thus, you could delete the current "sideways" photo and then upload it again once you'd corrected its orientation.

To edit your page, go to the DASHBOARD (i.e., click on orange "B" upper left corner of blog) and then click on "Manage -- Posts.

As for correcting the orientation of the photo, you will need to do that on your computer.


-- Jeff

MurdocK said...

As a neighbhor (in the east) we, of Mieczyslaw welcome a new trading partner.

Come by and visit:
The Duchy of Mieczyslaw anytime.

Herzog Ignaz said...

A thin, balding msn dressed in thr latest French fashion arrives by carriage from Tradgardstad bearing the blazon of Pfalz-Kognat-Obersayn. He presents his sealed credentials to the Count's doormen. The credentials, from the hand of Duke Ignaz's chancellor, introduce him as Herr Abraham Wei├čenheimer, Hoffaktor to the courts of Pfalz-Kognat-Obersayn and Sachsen-Veldenz, come to negotiate for men and steel for service in the Rheinland.

Betts-Davittovich said...

thankyou for your advice jeff sadly that is how the statue stands in the main square of our glorious capital of Jordvicken. the artist has been languishing in our prison since the slight to our brave general.............yer ok i'll do it next time, thanks

Der Alte Fritz said...

It looks like the sculptor spent a little too much time with the wodka, judging from the sideways arrangement of the statue. :)