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German Of The Day: Was wir wissen

That means what we know. You know, as in what we know and what we don’t know about the attack?

We know everything already, of course (it was the Buddhists again). 77 more words

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German Of The Day: Vortex

That means vortex. And Germans are terrified by vortexes, you know.

But they shouldn’t be terrified by that one. According to this article, few Germans even expect President Trump to finish his four-year term in the White House anyway. 78 more words

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La programmation de l'esprit.

Akawaba ! Je suis coach Aya, je suis un coach spirituel. Je vous aide à prendre conscience de vos pensées, de vos émotions et de vos actions qui deviennent votre mode de vie. 662 more words

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The Turnaround Has Been Achieved

I didn’t think I would be seeing this in my lifetime, folks, but Germany did NOT get last place at the Eurovision song competition last night in Kiev – a century-long Eurovision tradition, … 54 more words

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German Of The Day: Spitzensteuersatz

That means maximum tax rate. In Germany that’s 42 percent at the moment – and climbing.

But the cool thing about the maximum tax rate in Germany is that you don’t have to be a maximum earner to have to pay it. 79 more words

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Germany's Green Planners Confident That Growing Wind And Solar Power Will Lead To Even Higher Power Costs

But who cares, right? There’ still Luft nach oben (room for improvement). Germans are only number two when it comes to paying the highest electricity bills in Europe (only the Danes pay more). 134 more words

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Germans Can't Stop Laughing These Days

This is a real shocker, folks. A new study indicates that 29 percent of Germans laugh less than five times a day or not at all. 81 more words

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