Kommentarlos

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  1.   I think many people will be looking from a place of going to work each week to subsidise your lifestyle for the next six years.    Whether they respond emontionally. I cannot say.   They may be wondering why your fit and able self does not go out and get a job just like theirs until you can draw on your formal retirement income?    Ever considered putting something in rather than just taking something out?   Insread of asking the interwebs for 'Extrawurst'?
  2.   Do you have any idea at all what the average "Brutto" salary in Germany is and the corresponding percentage amount deducted from payroll from both salaries and the employers contribution to pay for health insurance each month across a working life?    OK boomer!   Nuff said.
  3.   I think the people obliged by law to pay into the German compulsory healthcare system are actually paying for / covering the costs of the risk for this extended vacation. Would be delighted to be corrected though. 
  4. What are you cooking today?

    Man flu has hit the Kommentarlos household hard.   The "emergency" chicken carcass from the 25th which was carefully wrqpped up and frozen on the 26th is already defrosted and making its gentle way in the big saucepan to chicken soup.    The smell is amazing.   Gesundheit!
  5. Brexit: The fallout

      Agreed. This is "Brexit: The fallout" whether people like it or not. 
  6. Brexit: The fallout

      No.   The focus should be on long term regional innovation, investment and wealth generation not short term wealth redistribution  (as aknowledged by Mr Cummings above) that can simply be taken away again as quickly as it is offered.    At the moment I am mainly seeing gimmicks.  Which sadly makes the situation ripe for politcal satire and little else.  
  7. Looking for a job as a Graphic Designer. Help!

      The OP "only" has a bachelors degree.  This would presumably require him to get a work permit.
  8. The New Gillette Social Awareness Campaign

    Or even Dickie Attenborough.    A name which conjures up theatrical connotations 
  9. Brexit: The fallout

      I agree with you entirely - except they voted for the personality of Boris Johnson not the Conservative party. Boris Johnson is only listening to Boris Johnson (edit: and little Boris Johnson). I hope that they have nice new sheds built for them for their trouble for them to repent at leisure.   The EU will have nothing more to do with them. They have sold their Labour comrades out. The nasty party is not the BoJo puppethead they voted for. They should have asked who is pulling the strings. 
  10. Brexit: The fallout

      Lend their vote?   Rather they sold their paltry populist souls to the highest bidder.   They will learn soon enough not to peck the hand that feeds them. 
  11. President Donald J. Trump

    I suspect the choice on offer will turn out to be be pale male and stale v's pale, male, stale and puny.   The Democrats seem to be setting themselves up to getting another wedgie whilst having sand kicked in their face.     
  12. President Donald J. Trump

    I may have paraphrased a little. 
  13. President Donald J. Trump

    The Economist World in 2020 posits that US women will take the decision on whom will win the 2020 presidential election. The burning question is will they still be wanting it pale, male and stale? Or are they up to spicing up their lives?
  14. Brexit: The fallout

      Interesting. Let's see who will end up paying for the Turkey feed. 
  15.   How to make friends and influence people.    Comedy gold.