Porky Pine

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  1. Cheddar cheese from Lidl and elsewhere

    Try the Lidl at Hauptbahnhof. If cheddar cheese is on special, I usually can find it there. It depends on whether other Toytowners beat me to buying it.
  2. Cheddar cheese from Lidl and elsewhere

    Which Lidl do you go to, if I may ask? Mine only carries it if it's on special offer.
  3. Speaking of voicing one's agenda frequently, well, people who live in glass houses and all that.  
  4. Bavaria plans burqa ban

    Lord forbid that anyone in that specific community would be offended. I'm getting so sick of political correctness.
  5. new landlord canceling my contract

    Mieterverein. Mieterverein. Mieterverein. Go there!   Don't let this bastard screw you over and intimidate you.
  6. A quiet day in Sweden

    Yes. In a world where victims and their families are shamed or even ordered to remain silent, which in essence is a further victimization of the victim, yet the scummy criminals enjoy a certain amount of protection and freedom not extended to the victims, we can safely say that THE IDIOTS ARE RUNNING THE ASYLUM!!!!
  7. A quiet day in Sweden

    If a media outlet raked my 14 yr old daughter's name through the press, but of course didn't divulge the lowlife scumbag rapist's name at the same time,  because they are "special" and perversely deserving of the utmost in protection, I would see the scum press in hell with their back broke and file a lawsuit (although we all know filing a lawsuit is a joke in Germany). No, I certainly wouldn't want ANY child, especially one who has already been victimized in the absolute worst possible way through a rape, to suffer additional damage or harm. But keeping quiet about these rapes due to fear of repercussions is simply no solution. Au contraire, it exacerbates the situation and provides a nice breeding ground and an atmosphere of implicit hopelessness. Meanwhile, politicians here continue putting their heads in the sand...but they forget that their butts are sticking up in the air!
  8. A quiet day in Sweden

    The last thing I would have done would have been to NOT speak about the attacker!!! Such an approach merely helps this crap to spiral out of control. It keeps the local, law-abiding population in the dark and in danger due to lack of information about these scumbags. And, of course, it sends a not-so-subtle message to these criminals that they can simply continue on their merry little way, with no risk of being subjected to anything except possibly 10 lashes with a wet noodle...if that.
  9. I like Greenland too much to do that to them.
  10. How amusing. Not. Just because you are not aware of this incidents does not mean they haven't happened.
  11. Welcome to the new normal, where criminal behavior is tolerated, the throwing of the discrimination card (in this case: "Oh, poor me, I'm a Muslim and a scapegoat!") is very popular, encouraged even, and average, law-abiding people are the real suckers and losers in society. Really makes me wish that a giant meteor would wipe these scumbags all out in one fell swoop.
  12. Well, bless your heart, someones daughter! I was wondering when you would chime in. I did not call anyone a libtard, so please, dear, do not put words in my mouth.   I've said it before and I'll say it again. I am one of those who are ridiculed and put down as being "besorgt", yet there is nothing wrong with being concerned about the ongoing state of things in Germany. The problem lies more with those who are totally and willfully blind to what is going on around them. History has certainly shown us where that leads . . .  
  13. Ah, more of Germany's fine, upstanding residents doing what they do best.