"Dobry Den, Michael. Thanks for inviting me to take part in CodeTown. Dave has talked about you a lot. In fact, he never shuts up about you. It's starting to creep me out a little. Is Dave the reason you finally left Prague 14? Be honest.…"
"Dobry Den, Britt. Welcome to Codetown! And, I am sure Dave mentioned to you that Praha is my favorite city in the world. Hope you like it here. I can hear those doors shutting on the Prague Metro and the automated voice! I lived in Prague 14 for a…"
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You made my day! Dave must have told you I've been trying to find the words "Ukončete prosím výstup a nástup, dveře se zavírají" from the automated voice on the Metro. One of my favorite stories is the night we slid down the polished metal escalator and went so fast we lofted up from the bottom, only to get questioned by a Metro inspector about tickets. We all got fined 500 crowns each, but the memory is priceless!
Dobry Den, Britt. Welcome to Codetown! And, I am sure Dave mentioned to you that Praha is my favorite city in the world. Hope you like it here. I can hear those doors shutting on the Prague Metro and the automated voice! I lived in Prague 14 for a little while...
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