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Exhibit 99

[ - Amsterdam (the Netherlands), april 14, 2009. - download (6.6 Mb) ]


590.

10/22/2008 11h40 Paris XX (France) - avenue du Professeur André Lemierre spot

On the parking places opposite nr. 50, wound round a corn-cob (see photo). Divers rap/hip-hop/dance/techno My iPhone's Shazam recognized: "Dilemma", by Nelly & Kelly Rowland.
589.

10/22/2008 11h35 Paris XX (France) - avenue du Professeur André Lemierre spot

On the pavement, at the corner with the rue Edouard Vaillant. In a cardboard box there were two tapes lying, together with 3 old photographs. The first tape is an early 1980s computer cassette tape, with the code of a program (probably a game, called "Croqueur" in French, see photo) for the Oric micro computer from that epoch. The second tape is black. On one side there is the letter 'R' written with Tipp-Ex (see photo). Arabic. Sounds as if this is a rather old recording. I am intrigued by the singer ... would love to know who this is, and hear more ...
588.

10/22/2008 11h25 Bagnolet (France) - avenue Gallieni spot

On the pavement near nr. 96, wound around the stand of a foldable traffic sign (see photo). Arabic 'pop', with very occidental production and "effects'. Somewhat further, near the Saint Maclou, I found other remains of the same tape. They were glued to the pavement by a curious sticker for fans of the french national soccer (or rugby?) team, les bleus ... (see photo)
587.

10/22/2008 11h20 Bagnolet (France) - avenue de la République spot

A second strand, on the same traffic island. Franco-Arabic. (See photo)
586.

10/22/2008 11h17 Bagnolet (France) - avenue de la République spot

One of two different tape strands on the traffic island at the corner with the avenue Gallieni. This - first found - one is empty.

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