hellfire99

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  • Location Brussels
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  1. Digitisation and the death of the service culture

      Well, either the delivery guy drives around endlessly looking for your registration plate or they use a newfangled technology called GPS to locate your vehicle.    I'm not sure if you know, but a lot of people still work, fraufruit.  So what happens is, they drive to work and the delivery guy uses GPS to find your vehicle. He then jemmies your trunk open with a crowbar and leaves the parcel in the trunk.     
  2. Digitisation and the death of the service culture

          Amazon can literally throw money at any project they wish.   If it works, great and if it doesn't, so what.    Quite an approach to innovation. 
  3. Digitisation and the death of the service culture

      But them 89 cents all add up, Alderhill!    Have you seen Amazon's logistics costs?    Amazon's Escalating Logistics Costs  (Statista 03.02.20)      
  4. Starting school in US or Germany... and back?

      Excellent!   That is one helluva a post!    (Psssst!  Someone will be along in 5 minutes to cleverly suggest you have multiple Toytown accounts to satisfy 'your many faces'. Or character, as I call it. Anyways, just saying.) 
  5. Odd news

    I love stuff like this!    Lost mixtape washes up on beach 25 years later - and it still works     25 years in the drink and it still works!     You've gotta love plastic, eh!
  6. Starting school in US or Germany... and back?

      Page 2 and you have gone full Godwin, Jeba.   Well done, mate!   
  7. Brexit: The fallout

      If that goes pear shaped, I doubt we'll see the 'bubble blowers' out in force this time round. 
  8. Brexit: The fallout

      Can you provide a link because I have never heard of "being called to the bench" being used in the context you maintain it is used in.  I've googled it but couldn't find it. 
  9. Brexit: The fallout

      German economy barely grows at end of 2019  (BBC. 14.02.20)   Economics and politics are intimately intertwined.     The perfect storm.  The EZ economy enters into a recession and no amount of quantitative easing or fiddling about with interest rates helps. A Black Swan event comes along such as a nasty virus and compounds matters. Politicians get the Brexit negotiations all wrong and there are tariffs and quotas on EU goods.  Germany goes into a recession and jobs are lost.   2022 rolls around and the disillusioned vote for whom?      The economy might not make you consider moving but would an AfD government?
  10. Brexit: The fallout

    I think you have been given enough rope, Murphy. Let's go through your argument and have a look at the reality.      Everything you have posted about her has been incorrect, Murphy.    I look forward to you answering the questions I have put to you.    Good morning. 
  11. Brexit: The fallout

      <off topic>   Just a quick question, El Jeffo.    How come your profile picture is not your real picture?    You're in a strop because of my nationality/location but you don't use your real picture.    Makes you think, eh!        <back on topic>
  12. Brexit: The fallout

      I'm from the UK.    That's the problem with you, Murphy. You want to come across as clever but you are not.    Or why else are you pissing about with the minutiae?    Let us see your intellect. Tell us what you think about the content of the video I have just posted, please.       
  13. Brexit: The fallout

    I like this video.   I like how the EU have realised they are up to their necks in it and are going to need the UK's help.   Contrition, I would say!     The Club is in trouble.  As I have already said, they need to forge ahead with a Superstate because there is now no way back because of the Euro. The EU is in paralysis.    What happens if there is no deal? Yeah, that's right, people become even more disillusioned with the EU. Throw into this powder keg national elections and who knows what we will see.  You can google all the Member States elections but here are a few of the big players that are coming up just in time for the Brexit grand finale!    Dutch elections 2021, German elections 2021, French elections in 2022, Poland 2023, etc   I can see national leaders trying to save their own sorry arses at the expense of the EU.    Mark my words, the UK will be fine in these negotiations now that we have someone with a bit of backbone at the helm.      Stop stamping your feet and going in a huff!   Brexit has happened.