dpatz

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About dpatz

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  • Location Frankfurt am Main
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  • Interests Computers
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  1. Spec can be found here: https://www.conrad.de/de/p/severin-chill-saugroboter-grau-rot-schwarz-1543230.html   I'm selling this as, despite cleaning nicely, it gets caught under my wardrobe door and can't escape my shower room/kitchen due to the height difference in the floors.   I bought it mid-December, but since I've used it I can't return it, so I'm selling it for €75 (it was €99 new).
  2. Doesn't this very much depend on which feminists you listen to?
  3. Where are the topics?

    On the left of the grey bar between the "start new topic" button and the blue bar.
  4. If studying the history of music, I think it would be reasonable to look at how different groups of composers wrote, shared, and popularised their work. Was the style very different as a result? Was the format different? Did it influence other, better-known composers? I'm not a music or a history buff, but if the way women worked was significantly different to men, then it makes sense (to me) to include that in a course to give students a broader understanding.   Further, if such different compositional movements merged, then that could be interesting to study - how did it happen? What sparked it? Or if they are still separate, why is that? Is it a deliberate separation?   Perhaps it is a political agenda, perhaps it's not, but without seeing the curriculum itself, its intended purpose and an explanation of why there are only female composers, I think it would be prudent for me to reserve judgement.
  5. President Donald J. Trump

    "on borg with that", surely
  6. €20 - LG Flattron W2453TQ-PF: https://www.lg.com/us/support/product/lg-W2453V-PF.AUS €10 - Packard Bell Viseo 220DX: https://www.game-debate.com/monitor/index.php?mon_id=2040   Collection only (I'm easily accessible by public transport) because they're monitors and would therefore be really annoying and expensive to post