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About JN53

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  1.   While this is true, it appears that ayodeji has lived in Germany for almost 7 years. 
  2. Why are you happy today?

      I agree, too-especially the first one. That is one beautiful lady and a cute dog. The area makes me think of my corner of the U.S.
  3. What's got you flummoxed today?

      I might add, if anyone is interested who is living in Germany or is German, I can send the proper contact details.
  4. What's got you flummoxed today?

      If I remember correctly, you are now in France. I talked with Sigi Kamml (the producer/director I was talking about). He said it would only make sense if the person were German or living in Germany. Otherwise, the person would need to find someone in his or her country. 
  5. What's got you flummoxed today?

      Do I assume you mean details from me? 
  6. Odd news

      I think "All genders" is for people who can't count to two!
  7. What's got you flummoxed today?

      I know a producer/director. If you write a screenplay, maybe he'd be interested.
  8. Americans filing their US taxes best method?

    I am living in the U.S., but couldn't find any free programs to file my taxes, not even through the IRS website, so I finally printed out the files and mailed them in. Maybe someone else has found a free program, but I did not-either due to IRS links not working or finding no programs that were free. I got through my simple taxes quicker than it took for my online search for a program! In my experience I'd recommend paper, but if someone else has a website with a good program I'd be interested to know what it is.
  9. English translations for "Wie bist du?"

      Really? I've only heard the word Konservierungsstoffe for preservatives.
  10. Is your kneecap out of place? If so, can you push it carefully a bit this way or that way without causing more pain? I have had that problem. Of course, I went to the doctor anyway to get it checked, etc. Those are my ideas. You can take 'em or leave 'em, as I'm not a medical professional.
  11. English Language: "Warming Down"

    As an American, I've never heard of warm down, so I agree with mako1, except I have no idea if it makes sense to people from other countries besides the U.S. 
  12. Kids out of school for trip home

    A German family I know takes their kids out of school every other year for 2-3 weeks during Christmas to travel on vacation. They haven't had any problems getting permission. Their kids just do homework when they are on vacation.
  13. What made you laugh today?

      Schulz-Isn't that the guy that draws Snoopy and Woodstock?!! That should make him entertaining!
  14. What made you laugh today?

      This reminds me of Reinhard Mey. In one of his songs part of the text is:  Einen Antrag auf Erteilung eines Antragsformulars Zur Bestätigung der Nichtigkeit des Durchschriftexemplars. That's German bureaucracy!
  15. Regular job as a side hustle

    It must divide some of us in the U.S., too. I've never heard of a side hustle, but it sounds like moonlighting.