It’s back… Risti Connect Issue 11… Here’s Hagen >>>>

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It’s back… Risti Connect Issue 11… Here’s Hagen >>>>

Gu5h
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February 10th, 2014, 10:36 am #1

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

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If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
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February 10th, 2014, 11:31 am #2

Hagen, best wishes one more time.

Alles GUTE mein Freund.

BR
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February 10th, 2014, 12:23 pm #3

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

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Bravo! Bravo! Hagan, tu sei uno bravo persona:)
Thank you GUSH, I always enjoy the Risti Connect. Well done.

"Life's an adventure, you might as well wear a Panerai"
Steve in NJ (aka:steveroadking)


Dawson Creek, Alberta, Canada, Mile Marker 0 for the Alaska Canadian Hwy, Gros Morne Nat'l Park, Newfoundland, Alaska Hwy Yukon Territory, The Arctic Circle, Alaska, via The Dalton hwy, Prudhoe Bay Alaska, Homer Alaska...RideON

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February 10th, 2014, 12:33 pm #4

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

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nt



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February 10th, 2014, 12:41 pm #5

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

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GUSH
Thanks for the hard work!

It was a great read, and I especially enjoyed Hagen's view points. True class.








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February 10th, 2014, 12:50 pm #6

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

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Thanks to Hagen and my BIL for keeping RC alive


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February 10th, 2014, 12:59 pm #7

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
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Very cool! Hope to see more edition, thank u Hagen n Gush.
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February 10th, 2014, 1:04 pm #8

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

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DeAngelis2012
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February 10th, 2014, 1:06 pm #9

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

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Not sure what took me so long but discovered these publishing yesterday for the first time. Sat and read each one till all ten were finished. Fun reads and very insightful as to the people in our community. Can't wait to see more!

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radiomeister
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February 10th, 2014, 1:25 pm #10

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

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GUSH
Very interesting. I'm looking forward to reading the back issues.
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February 10th, 2014, 1:29 pm #11

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

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GUSH
Thanks for the great article Gush.



Community! So much more than a watch!





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roadkingsteve
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February 10th, 2014, 1:46 pm #12

Bravo! Bravo! Hagan, tu sei uno bravo persona:)
Thank you GUSH, I always enjoy the Risti Connect. Well done.

"Life's an adventure, you might as well wear a Panerai"
Steve in NJ (aka:steveroadking)


Dawson Creek, Alberta, Canada, Mile Marker 0 for the Alaska Canadian Hwy, Gros Morne Nat'l Park, Newfoundland, Alaska Hwy Yukon Territory, The Arctic Circle, Alaska, via The Dalton hwy, Prudhoe Bay Alaska, Homer Alaska...RideON



"Life's an adventure, you might as well wear a Panerai"
Steve in NJ (aka:steveroadking)


Dawson Creek, Alberta, Canada, Mile Marker 0 for the Alaska Canadian Hwy, Gros Morne Nat'l Park, Newfoundland, Alaska Hwy Yukon Territory, The Arctic Circle, Alaska, via The Dalton hwy, Prudhoe Bay Alaska, Homer Alaska...RideON

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February 10th, 2014, 1:48 pm #13

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

One love -

GUSH
hope to catch up sometime soon....

Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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February 10th, 2014, 1:51 pm #14

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

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.......I remember Hagens first P-Day in Munich as well !!

I remember thinking it was bit strange that he was wearing Lederhosen !!.......Until of course the night rolled on ......and people were looking at me like I was strange cos I WASNT wearing lederhosen !!

That night at the beer festival was a little ...erm ...wild !!........It was in the days when the P-days were slightly less 'sophisticated'

I woke up in the morning with the faint smell of stale beer , schnapps and sick , wearing somone elses non matching Logo (yuck ) and bite marks in my forehead which strongly resembled the shape of Sisto's teeth. ...ho hum !!

I also remember Hagen wearing a pair of Black leather trousers at some point in that weekend which were nothing to do with tradition .....and everything to do with him fulfilling his Michael jackson fetish ( which was later confirmed on the dance floor) (dont deny it Hagen !!)

Good time ....Thanks for the memories Hagen ...and thanks for putting this together Gush ...Love your work !!!



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February 10th, 2014, 1:59 pm #15

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

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continue keepin' us connexted.

I enjoyed every word and believe most of it.

Prost!






-luke

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February 10th, 2014, 2:36 pm #16

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
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cheers
niellaccio
daniele from italy

Niellaccio: Sounds good!!


cheers
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Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
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TokyoSkier
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February 10th, 2014, 2:41 pm #17

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
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Thanks Hagen for sharing and Gush for putting this together.

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February 10th, 2014, 2:51 pm #18

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

One love -

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February 10th, 2014, 3:09 pm #19

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

One love -

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- Peter

Pure, unpolished plexi please.

- Peter

So much more than just a watch!
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February 10th, 2014, 3:20 pm #20

Back by popular demand, its Risti Connect - bringing the Paneristi world together with a little insight into the collecting habits and opinions of the great and the good of our wonderful community.

I have had to take a little break from these features (life just got in the way), but we return with Issue 11, which takes us to Germany to meet with Hagen, a man who really embodies the GTG spirit and who needs little introduction.

Enjoy










If you want to catch up on the other issues please check the archives
http://www.paneristi.com/archives/index.html

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enjoyed the dialogue. as for that pocketwatch Hagen:

Ein blindes Huhn findet auch mal ein Korn.


Grüße aus NJ! torna a trovarci presto.

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