RenegadeFurther

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  1. 3G in Restaurants?

    When Metall does it is relatively amusing.  When you do it is just sad.
  2. 3G in Restaurants?

    Is that what your wife says during dinner? No need to bring your dinner conversations on here. 
  3. TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD!

    WTF.   The poster posted 6 hrs ago. You were spouting sh*t on other threads.   Someone posts and now you are asking "Why can't you people think of anything good to say???"   The Thread has been open for 6 hours.
  4. TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD!

    THIS IS NOT THE TESLA THREAD
  5. 3G in Restaurants?

      Probably hijack this thread.   Where were you when the Belarus Polish border thing was kicking off?   No posts about it as well. Don`t get it. 
  6. TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD!

    Please wear a mask. This Omicrom thing is scary.
  7. Politics Gen XYZ

    Thank you for your contribution
  8. Politics Gen XYZ

    Somethings in TT never change.
  9. TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD!

    I actually have not posted for a while, but this topic has potential. Not sure why no one else has posted.   Probably the best thing in my life is my daughter.   Now the bad stuff: Divorce Covid shall i continue.  
  10. BREXIT positives and negatives

        Are you a mod?    The last Brexit thread turned into a farce mainly due to Murphys anger management issues, can`t see this one being any different.
  11. BREXIT positives and negatives

      The Greens with 15% and the FDP with 12% will decide who runs Germany.   2 parties with 27% of the vote will decide the next German Government.   Hardly democracy.
  12. Recognition of divorce

      Do you ever look in the mirror?
  13. Recognition of divorce

      The standesamt can also check if the marriage is legitimate. A marriage certificate does not prove that the marriage was not legitimate.   When getting married in the EU, most EU countries will ask for a certificate of no impediment, Denmark does not do this which then start to raise questions.
  14. Recognition of divorce

      Standesamt can get involved anytime. Can you send me the link which states that the Standesamt will only get involved in certain situations?
  15. Recognition of divorce

      There was a guy here a few years ago who got divorced in India and married in Denmark. The Standesamt refused to accept the marriage certificate because his divorce was not recognised in Germany.   I am amazed you bought Brexit to this thread. Get out, have some fresh air. This obsession can really not be doing you any good.