Cammiede

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  • Location Bornheim, FFM
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  1. Complete FAIL

      Maybe she works there, but they told her the picture looked more natural that way. 
  2. Untrue (Alternative) facts

      Time to stock up in penicillin. :)
  3. Landlord does not confirm the apartment

    double post
  4. Landlord does not confirm the apartment

      You haven’t read any of the posts in this thread. 
  5.   But that isn’t how it works. This prämie was/is not financed by the government.    Depending on the car you are buying you were/are very likely to get more than 2,500 €.    Most manufacturers required/require that the car is destroyed.    https://www.adac.de/rund-ums-fahrzeug/abgas-diesel-fahrverbote/dieselkauf-abgasnorm/umweltpraemie/
  6.   They more or less tried to do that, while bumping the economy at the same time, by offering you a relatively large sum to destroy your old diesel and buy a new car. 
  7. What's got you flummoxed today?

    Take it easy on the French bloke mates. He might be forced to drop his weapon. 
  8. I've just posted a silly photo

    The canal was dry just a few minutes earlier. 
  9. What's got you flummoxed today?

      The bible has challenged that for centuries. Adam supposedly lived for over 900 years.     
  10. Brexit: The fallout

    I’ve been wondering if I should buy a few quid now at the current rate or if the rate will be even lower when I need the money next summer. 
  11. Landlord does not confirm the apartment

      That is one of the very confusing things in English, as there are many schools of thought on that.    The old school faction uses many commas, while it is slowly becoming less common to use them in every situation.    An “oxford comma” is an example of this. “An apple, a pear and a peach” becomes “An apple, a pear, and a peach” with the final “oxford” comma rarely used anymore. The “old school” method is the one I was taught many, many years ago.    What you are missing, however, is clear separation of thoughts through paragraphs, which makes your text look unformatted, run-on and difficult to read. 
  12. Why are you unhappy today?

      That’s what I was trying to say. I judged it in my mind. It isn’t eluding me, it just doesn’t interest me in the slightest. 
  13. Why are you unhappy today?

        I covered A and B, I think. C I judged to be him trying to get her to let their child slowly take on more responsibility.   Not to generalise or to say optimista is like this, but some women can be reluctant to let them grow up.  I figured that was also covered by the “none of my business” part of a and b, though. 
  14. What made you smile today?

      Must be cat burglars
  15. Things to ponder

      I depends on the star, but it could be a lot shorter or a lot longer than that. The sun’s (the nearest star) light is seen about 8 minutes after it is emitted. The next closest star’s light can be seen around 4 years after emission.    “The farthest objects we can see are quasars. They are so distant that the light we see from them today left billions of years ago.”   http://teacherlink.ed.usu.edu/tlnasa/reference/imaginedvd/files/imagine/docs/ask_astro/answers/970710c.html