Forty-five thousand people evacuated today in the city of Koblenz on the Rhine. In the shallow water of the river [no rain in months] bombs have been uncovered from World War II. They are hoping to defuse them today.
When the German Wehrmacht blockaded the city for two and a half years thousands of people starved to death. Scenerio: I was out on the street today and picked something up that looked like sugar. I sucked on its sweetness the whole way home. On arriving there I took it out and saw it was just a pebble.
Possible scenario: After 45 years in this Carthusian monastery spent in contemplation and loving piety Alzheimer's disease sets in and he changes. He begins to hate the habit he wears and refuses to don it, he stops singing the office and going to chapter and remains pouting in my cell, and the last thing he want is to bother himself with the things of God.
They have come up with a clever new tax scheme: 1. Take aerial photos of our roof. 2. Calculate the size of its surface. 3. Levy a tax on the amount of water that flows off it into the municipal drain.
Aren't there enough high tension masts streaking through the beautiful German landscape? No, they are planning 3,000 kilometers of new high tension wire masts as a result of the planned shutting down of nuclear power plants. No one mentions that we should cut back our usage.
Earth -- Europe -- Germany -- State: Baden Württemberg -- County: Waldshut -- Town: Höchenschwand -- Waldshuter Strasse 6 -- in my study -- at the window -- Saturday -- 4:38 p.m. -- I look out -- snow on the ground -- the sky is gray -- I hear a car passing -- then silence. . .
They are at him for plagerizing on his Ph.D. dissertation. The Opposition is calling for his resignation, but the ruling CDU is out to keep him in office despite the heated fray he has caused here in Germany. Behold -- according to the latest public opinion polls he has risen to the top of the list of most admired German politicians.