It gets better - Ahnold apparently didn't realize he'd been kicked until he saw the video. He thought he was just jostled by the crowd until he saw security dragging the guy away.
Regardless of the fact that Schwarzenegger is built like...well, like Schwarzenegger, that absolute dickhead just thought it was a good idea to drop kick a 71 year old in the back with no warning.
For what it's worth, this would most likely indicate a different origin, not the same one; in most languages other than English, diphthongs have consistent and singular pronunciations, such that they would always represent the "ow" sound with "au" and never with "ou". Of course with the number of names that were changed after immigration for whatever reason, it's impossible to say for sure.It is in this interchange that I discover where the pronunciation of the "u" in my last name comes from. The "ou" in Houk is pronounced exactly the same way as the "au" in Audi.
It is a bit of a shame that fresh ingredients are not enough to keep a restaurant open.Don't know if it merits its own thread, but I thought it was worth sharing: Jamie Oliver's restaurants have gone into bankruptcy
I've been to Fifteen London before, it was pretty good. Shame about the bankruptcy.Don't know if it merits its own thread, but I thought it was worth sharing: Jamie Oliver's restaurants have gone into bankruptcy