About Frizztext

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I like philosophy, maybe you are interested to read some of my essays:
https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/08/25/10-philosophers/
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a German Biography (me, frizztext):

1. Born 1945. My mother, Edith Klingbeil, left me in an orphanage, three weeks old (92% of those babies died at that time in the post-war Germany under such a treatment);

2. First ten years in the urban jungle of Wuppertal, Germany, daily corporal punishment in several cellars many years, always at the same time: clock 19.00 – by the people, who adopted me: Erwin and Luise Fritze

3. Teenager period in a small country town, learning old Latin, Greek, Hebrew, maths, physics…

4. Was forced to join the army, but managed to quit the job.

5. Studied theology, but then managed again to quit the job.

6. Married my wife Barbara, a photographer.

7. We got two daughters, I did earn the money by teaching.

8. Wrote a book on:
“The perseverance of the philosophers”

9. Threw away my old typewriter, started to write on a PC in the world wide web – trying to improve my English to get feedback from outside, leaving my German horizon

10. Wrote for amazon (de, co.uk, ca, com) as “frizztext” book reviews, topics: philosophy, politics, fine arts, photography

11. Made (together with my wife Barbara) a trip to New York: to become an instant lover of photography there (thanks to our Jewish friends, Joe and Ursel Winter, who had managed to escape to New York, leaving the third Reich 1940)

12. Played Gypsy jazz guitar, escaping my German orthodox cultural box.

13. Found after 40 years of searching my mother Edith behind the iron curtain in the eastern part of Germany; (she made suicide, after I went back to West Germany again)

14. Fell ill, forced to quit my job; retired…

15. Our daughters, now grown up, are living in big German cities (Berlin, Munich) as an architect or a banker; now we have 4 grandchildren, maybe a little bit influenced by me and my wife, maybe not at all.

16. I am trying for the rest of my life to relax and write

55 responses to “About Frizztext

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  2. Thank you for stopping by my Poetry/Blog! Good luck on your future endeavors!

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  3. I never found this before. He that seeks…🙂

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  4. I’ve just joined your flickr group, I am Nkeiru🙂

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  5. mk

    Thanks for the visit, and thanks for the follow! You have some interesting ideas here.

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  6. Cool to see you like my blog – always great to see new blogs too. Have a cracking weekend.
    UNCLE SPIKE

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  7. Why have I not noticed this page before? I particularly like “to get out of a state of speechlessness”… i think you have succeeded marvellously and should be thrilled to know that you have inspired many others to voice their thoughts as well!

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  8. Hi there, thanks for the follow. Happy blogging!

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  9. I have just read your ‘FRIZZTEXT (ABOUT)’ – it is well crafted and written with an over-riding calmness! Whilst what I write is self-deprecating humour (or at least that is my intent) and I have, over time sought out the silliness of new ‘collective nouns’ your metaphor quest plainly is on a higher level. Good piece, I like it!

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  11. Thanks for stopping by my little un-paid crazy blog. Good thing you have hear. I like the black and white photo in contrast with the colour and how you arranged the typing machine, great peace of vintage by the way and gotta love the american flag on the cup. I actually have one.
    You´re the third person I follow who is into photography, is there something wrong with me because I don´t know why, why I prefer so much more black and white pictures. Not that I don´t like seeing colour, I wouldn´t be here then but there´s something to the black and white, don´t know. Maybe nostalgia?

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  12. Caddo

    Frizz, I just saw/listened to this, and thought you might enjoy it!

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  13. Hello Frizztext! thanks so much for following my blog, i hope i can keep you interested🙂
    loved the notes that took me by surprise when I opened this page. nice touch!

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  14. Hi Frizztext!

    Judging by the photo above, it seems that you have graduated from using the typewriter to the wordprocessor and WordPress. 🙂

    From one musician to another, SoundEagle salutes you! Thank you for sharing music on your blog.

    Happy November!

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  15. Hi there thank you for following my blog you are most welcome and I shall be taking up some of your challenges , most definitely! Be well and be happy!xxx

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  16. Your blog has been selected by me for the Dragon’s Loyalty Award. Even if you prefer not to accept this award, please accept this as a compliment and an indication of appreciation for your creative work. The philosophy of the award is: “The Dragon’s Loyalty Award is an award for the loyal fan/commenter, whether the recipient is a fellow blogger or just someone who follows and comments regularly.” Congratulations!
    -MeganElizabeth “Creative Imaginations”

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  17. Hello and thank you so much for following Dreamwalker’s Sanctuary, I am only just getting around to you all.. Many thanks and have a wonderful Sunday
    Sue

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  18. Hi! I have nominated your lovely blog for two awards: The Dragon’s Loyalty Award and The Imagine Award. Please enjoy. Wishing you a Happy New Year 2014. http://theopiniator.wordpress.com/2014/01/02/appreciated/

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  19. Hi FT, Thanks for introducing yourself by following our site. We look forward to exploring yours. If you’re on facebook we invite you to visit the RAXA Collective page. Cheers and Happy New Year!

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  20. Gede Prama

    Thank you for sharing this article quite interesting and, hopefully true happiness rays began to warm our hearts, when we can share it with sincerity. Greetings from Gede Prama🙂

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  21. I will be going over that bridge tonight and I’ll be thinking about harp player Gernot and bass-player jmrukkers and guitarist FrizzText about how someone from Hambrg and Zurich and your home town Frizz, how people so far away can capture something that is so, bed rock San Francisco, so bed rock Western United States, a collaboration that captures reality more than the reality itself. Yes I’ll cross over that bridge tonight and again tomorrow morning singing that song in my head.

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  22. Victoria

    Thanks for following! Great blog you have🙂

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  23. Hello!
    Thank you for following my blog. I know how many interesting blogs are out there and feel honored that you picked mine to follow. I hope my stories entertain and inform and my photos bring you joy and wonderment.
    I travel mostly local but try to always find interesting places. I have lived in several different places and dig through my archives of photos to bring glimpses into places I have been. Sometimes I post a recipe because food tells a lot about culture.
    I am not a professional photographer, so my photos are sometimes a little fuzzy and there are telephone poles and wires and other things along with what I was photographing. The older photos are 35mm, the newer are point and shoot digital and a few are Samsung Smartphone.
    I am new to blogging so if you have any advice or critique please drop me a comment.
    Thank you again for following and to quote Mark Twain: “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain
    Iris the Wanderer

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  24. Oh how beautiful your personality and your creation works.
    I’m so in love with your music
    Thank you for stopping by @hadorable.
    Regards.

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  25. Perfect blog,nice to be here ,i saw,i was impressed , take care,Regards from Poland ,EM

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  26. Hi, thank you for the follow. Your blog is great, I really enjoy it. Hope to keep in touch with you.

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  27. Thank you for pitching up here. I look forward to taking a blogging journey with you. Steve…

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  28. What a great photo of you. I like it in Black and white too.🙂

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  29. Anonymous

    “…I’m interested on music.”

    That should be “interested in…”

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  30. Herman

    Hi there. Thank you for visiting and following HoB. Much appreciated!

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  33. Hi there,
    Thank you for taking the time to stop by by little corner of the blogosphere, and for the follow. Your support is greatly appreciated.
    Have a great Weekend🙂
    Eddie

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  35. Thank you for visiting my flickr and selecting a few images for your group!!
    Regards
    Pablo

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  39. What a wonderful and generous idea, to share and highlight fellow flickr photographers! I found you on the Thoughts from Finchley blog: http://2e0mca.wordpress.com/ and will enjoy following you!
    Best Regards, Renate

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  40. Hi! I’ve just nominated you for the Liebster blogging award, if you’d like to participate of course🙂 Cheers from Ireland, Swav

    http://byswav.com/2014/10/10/the-liebster-award-october-2014/

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  41. Who knew the letter T could inspire responses in so many media?? Your guitar serenade to T was sublime. Perhaps you could start a SoundCloud letter challenge to accompany your photo letter challenge. Nice to make your virtual acquaintance, Frizz.

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  42. Trinh Manh Do

    Thanks for visiting and following my page, your page is just so great . If u have time, visit mine again for fun trinhmanhdo.com. and thanks very much😉

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  43. Hi Frizz,

    Would you care to join with me and participate in the 5 Day Black & White Photo Challenge? The goal is to post a black and white photo each day for 5 days and to nominate someone else to join the challenge each day.

    I hope that you dust off your camera and join the fun. My first photo is already posted to my blog.

    Allan

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  44. Amazing story of your life! It is quite inspiring for a budding writer such as myself!

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  45. Quite the story … peace to you during retirement.

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  46. Hello there! I just wanted to say that you have an incredible blog, and I enjoy reading what you have to say. I also think your writing is insightful, refreshing, and apt!

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