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Post by sf2la » Wed Aug 10, 2011 4:11 pm

bubita wrote::thud: he looks yummi...
Ooh Bubita, nice avi. Since I've been active on the forum, I've never seen better avis than now.

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Post by khenton » Wed Aug 10, 2011 4:19 pm

thanks k
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Post by bubita » Wed Aug 10, 2011 6:37 pm

sf2la wrote:
bubita wrote::thud: he looks yummi...
Ooh Bubita, nice avi. Since I've been active on the forum, I've never seen better avis than now.
Thanks
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Post by trueblue » Wed Aug 10, 2011 7:12 pm

GG,thanks a lot!Love the pics! :D
D_C,great scans! :D
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Post by 007Mania » Wed Aug 10, 2011 11:42 pm

Germangirl wrote:The German September Issue of GQ :D On sale from 11. August.
I got it already today (10. August). It was a nice surprise to see Daniel on the cover. :lol:
I had no luck with the US Esquire, though. :( I like the cover so much and hope that they will have the magazine tomorrow. Thanks for the scans and download link, D_C!
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Post by Vesper Lynd 007 » Thu Aug 11, 2011 4:32 pm

A two sites article in the German InTouch I got today. Not sure what to think....
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Post by JEC57 » Thu Aug 11, 2011 6:25 pm

Vesper Lynd 007 wrote:A two sites article in the German InTouch I got today. Not sure what to think....
Why was that V?

Something in there that upset you? :(
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Post by Jana66 » Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:02 pm

WOWWWWW, I must have one! I need to buy a German GQ (and helping :wink: :wink: :wink: rising the amout of selling by the fact...to buy a magazine I normally would buy NOT).
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Post by Mimi_kitty » Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:26 pm

Germangirl wrote:The German September Issue of GQ :D On sale from 11. August.

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So hard, so soft, so Craig

„Hardeners become!“ stands requesting on our cover. „What is wrong then now?“, some will ask. If the slogan is not in numerous consultation books again or furthermore: „Become softer!“? More feel, go more to himself, more yoga?

The beauty in the today's time is, that some ideological battles are hit, as well as that was sent from the 80th, as the macho against the softie in the ring. One or other, in between gabs nothing. If we demand more male hardness in our big man's psychology-Special, we do not think with it certainly that the old type Man from the box should rise. The man with little feeling, but a lot of HP, the man who steers a whole company, but not yet sometimes is able to buy to himself a tasteful suit.

The man whom we mean is that to which 40 years of emancipation have passed not without a trace: he can be an understanding father who shows emotions and, nevertheless, if it must be, says, wos langgeht. However, he shows hardness, where it is just necessary. A man who has feeling without being gefühlig. A man who knows himself. In short: I talk from Daniel Craig.
Yes, you have properly belonged:

The James the Bond actor whom we have interviewed on the occasion of his new film „Cowboys & Aliens“ is exactly this man. In the conversation a pensive star faced our author David Baum, still - we take up once more our cover line - is hard at the right places in his life. Works incessantly on himself which absolutely knows how a good body has to look, and which still has enough empathy to imagine itself in others. Without this ability he could not practice his profession at all.
And now to pattern fa:

How does one call thus a modern man like Craig? On the one hand he deplores the sexism on television and says that we lived 30 years ago in a freer society because role stereotypes were less mighty than today. This would be almost the programme which one would have ascribed earlier to a softie - today one says Frauenversteher. Nevertheless, just at the next moment Craig is somebody who defends gentleman's virtues however. And what is with the concept of the hero who uses his life for an idea? An example are for him the members of the resistance against Gaddafi. Is this then a macho's manner? The modern age has - beside others - a big advantage: We get together ourselves in positions what fits to us. We men have taken over female virtues like sympathy without losing male qualities. Softie is over. Macho is over. Are simply you yourselves. As well as Daniel Craig. One call the Beliebigkeit, I call that freedom

http://www.gq-magazin.de/articles/leute ... /10/29312/
bought it today ^__^ he looks so vulnerable and handsome on the cover
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Post by chocolatecake » Thu Aug 11, 2011 8:27 pm

I let out the biggest sigh when I saw that cover. :adore: I think I need to take a nap just to get over how fine he is.
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Post by sf2la » Thu Aug 11, 2011 11:00 pm

chocolatecake wrote:I let out the biggest sigh when I saw that cover. :adore: I think I need to take a nap just to get over how fine he is.
LOLOLOL!!! Love it... I'm going to look for it at Barnes and Noble...

D_C, what resolution do you set your scanner to?

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Post by 007Mania » Fri Aug 12, 2011 12:07 am

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007Mania wrote: I had no luck with the US Esquire, though. :( I like the cover so much and hope that they will have the magazine tomorrow. Thanks for the scans and download link, D_C!
The next delivery for international press is Friday.

Enjoy it and welcome. ;)
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I got it today. I guess the magazine wasn't unpacked yesterday when I looked for it. :lol: Oh, I love the cover... :sigh:
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