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Where do you live?


Posted by Frank on Jul 4 2003
Africa2%2%2% 2%
Asia5%5%5% 5%
Australia4%4%4% 4%
Europe63%63%63% 63%
North America20%20%20% 20%
South America7%7%7% 7%
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 hey

 
 by blub on: Jul 4 2003
 
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greetingz to the belgium kde-look fans ;-)

btw : belgium is part of europe :)


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 Re: hey

 
 by garo on: Jul 20 2003
 
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Belgium rules !!!


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 Re: hey

 
 by gabigrigore on: Jul 21 2003
 
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Hi from Romania! (hopefully soon part of the EU)
Country of good wine and cheap women (or was it the other way around?) :-))


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 Greetings from...

 
 by DrFalken on: Jul 5 2003
 
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Argentina!... The land of tango, buses, "dulce de leche" and the ballpen (yes, all of this stuff was invented here).

See ya!


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 Dulce de Lece!

 
 by imagino on: Jul 5 2003
 
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Mhhhhhh :-9 I want it!!!! It's so good!! :))

Ciao dall'Italia! (the country of mandolino, pizza, pastasciutta, mamma, carabinieri eheheh!)

(unfortunately...the country of Berlusconi too :( )


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 Re: Greetings from..

 
 by ggabriel on: Jul 17 2003
 
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uhh.. wait a minute.
We in Uruguay also "invented" tango, dulce de leche, mate, gauchos, and Natalia Oreiro. :)

Greetings from the land of "chivitos",
Gabriel


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 Re: Greetings from..

 
 by flammenbringer on: Jul 28 2003
 
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Germany! The land of computers, rockets, cars and MP3. Yes, all these things have been invented here. :-)


European Union rulez!


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 Re: Re: Greetings from..

 
 by a8603365 on: Jul 28 2003
 
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> Germany! The land of computers, rockets, > cars and MP3. Yes, all these things have
> been invented here. :-)

Sorry, but the car was most likely =not= invented in Germany. That's a myth spread by the Nazis, because the true inventor, Siegfried Marcus, was a (German born) jew. He built the first car in Vienna, before Benz & Daimler. This car does still exist, because the people in the museum had it hidden behind a wall, when the Nazis came to destroy it. But never mind, to some degree the car is still a German invention ... :-)


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 Re: Re: Re: Greeting

 
 by flammenbringer on: Jul 28 2003
 
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Just had a look at http://www.siegfried-marcus.de/12547.html

It's true what you said, but you shouldn't forget, Austria was part of Germany until 1871, although the Holy Roman Empire of German Nation ended in 1806. In 1871 Germany and Austria split, due to the "kleindeutsche Lösung", when the second German empire had been founded in Versailles.

Why did you say "german-born jew"? To be honest, I see no difference between a "german-born jew", a "german-born christian" and a "german-born muslim". Why reduce people to their religious heritage?!


Servus von der anderen Seite der Salzach

flammenbringer


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Greeting

 
 by a8603365 on: Jul 28 2003
 
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> Austria was part of Germany until 1871,

Austria was only part of Germany during the 3 Reich. And parts of it belonged to Bavaria before (Upper Austria: legally; Tyrol: occupied). Austria was certainly not part of Germany in 1871, when Germany didn't even exist (while Austria exists since more than 1000 years, apart from a few years when it only existed in the hearts of the brave Austrians). The "Holy Roman Empire" does not count as Germany, not even as its predecessor. It was rather a conglomerate of middle European kingdoms and archduchies and all that. There was no predominant kingdom, except at the end, when the Habsbuger became ... err ...ambitious. ;-)

> Why did you say "german-born jew"?

Because this was the reason the Nazis were keen to eradicate every trace of him as the real inventor of the car, and declared the "Aryans" Benz & Daimler the official inventors (who surely were geniuses on their own; they just didn't invent the car). I didn't mention Marcus' religion, because this made a difference for =me=. Actually, I don't care that much about religions. And I have no hostility towards jews or muslims or whatever. Au contraire. And I didn't want to start a nationalistic thread or something, either. It's just that Siegfried Marcus deserves some fame, too, when the invention of the car is praised.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Greeting

 
 by a8603365 on: Jul 28 2003
 
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> Why did you say "german-born jew"?

Or did you ask why I mentioned "German born"? That's because I'm a nice guy and wanted to share the genius with you and all Germans. Siegfried Marcus felt as an Austrian (if I may believe sources on the internet) and invented the car in Austria. But he was born in Germany and was of German origin. Enough for both of us to be proud, no? ;-) And in the end, if neither Marcus, nor Benz & Daimler had invented the car, we would still have it today. Some Spain, or Finn, or Suisse, or American, or ... would have invented it a few years later, anyway.

Servus from Vienna/Austria.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Greeting

 
 by liquidrock222 on: Aug 22 2003
 
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Hey, we all know that America's Ford was the first to develop a REAL car....

But thanks very much to the germans for inventing refridgeration and good beer


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 E.U.

 
 by phoenix on: Jul 5 2003
 
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phoenixphoenix
DE MARCO di Donato de Marco
Home

I'm from the European Union, I live in Italia. But now I'm writing from Capital City, Bruxelles!!


P.S. The European Union rulez!!!! ;-)


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 Re: E.U.

 
 by KapeKa on: Jul 5 2003
 
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>> P.S. The European Union rulez!!!! ;-)

Yeah! Thats right!


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 Re: E.U.

 
 by jadrian on: Jul 9 2003
 
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Yes it does! So does the Euro! ;)
European Union, Portugal :)


J.A.
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 /me from Iceland

 
 by Halanegri on: Jul 6 2003
 
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Greets to all icelanders! (which btw is in the North-Atlantic == Europe)


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 .

 
 by Richardve on: Jul 6 2003
 
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Greetings from Holland, the land of cheese! 8-)


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 Re: Legal cannabis

 
 by cmf on: Jul 24 2003
 
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and legal cannabis ;)


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 I am from Germay

 
 by belze on: Jul 6 2003
 
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Greetings from Germany/Stuttgart. Home of the Automobile. :-)


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 Re: I am from Germay

 
 by bowfinger on: Jul 22 2003
 
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Greetings from Rosbach near Frankfurt (Home of Banking and Mr. Schneider ;-).

btw: EU really rules!!!


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