f__kyeahhamburg

f__kyeahhamburg


The guy who's telling the most inappropriate jokes at the most unconvenient time

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Fishy Fun Day #46: Storytime Edition 6 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 48 minutes ago
I once went fishing with my grandpa at Rhine River where we caught a 20 Pound jackfish. I say we 'cause it took 12-year-old me and my 70-something grandpa like 45 minutes to get that dang fish tired.
Heady lucid promulgated Yak 9 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 54 minutes ago
Fun to talk to such a dedicated and devoted fan of the good ole Vicki's, lol
Indeed your knowledge and experience seems to be way more advanced than mine, but I certainly give you right in the point of Christian influence on what we know today.
Fact is, that the "Vicking culture" is one of the most underrated (by constantly reducing them to hack and slay in media) of all cultures that went down the drain.
Beer ghost 1 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 1 hour ago
Well, try rapping in Wlllyyychchchchyyylllnnww
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We called her Big Gulp Angie back in college 41 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 4 hours ago
Ok, so the right to roam around and be a free
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f__kyeahhamburg · 4 hours ago
And they were outstanding craftsmen!
Their woodwork was made to last centuries, but still covered in sophisticated carvings.
Their blacksmiths were by far the best of their time. They were trading their goods over thousands of miles, what an amazing culture that must have been.
There are even traces of their gender equality having been more advanced than what we are having today.
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We called her Big Gulp Angie back in college 41 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 8 hours ago
Alright, this is leading to the depths of political understanding. How many countries are in existence offering individual liberty without democracy, peace and wealth?
We all can see where your unlimited personal liberty and freedom of speech have brought you: a completely divided society which values feelings more than facts. And which is offended by everything said critically in their direction, because "you can't say that".
And to come back to the military "defending Germany", which is "taking more than giving", have you ever read the mission description of EUCOM? Interestingly, it doesn't include a word about defending Germany. But let me guess, this is something the very stable genius with science in his blood knows better? He maybe should've talked to JB Hodges.
https://foreignpolicy.com/2020/06/09/germany-troops-withdrawal-nato-trump/
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Alek wek 4 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 9 hours ago
I'm getting downvoted for one word of appreciation?
We called her Big Gulp Angie back in college 41 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 11 hours ago
How? If he disagrees with you, he says "End of discussion".
Finally, one problem solved 1 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 11 hours ago
Source: Instagram, unnecessaryinventions
Check it out, it's hilarious
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We called her Big Gulp Angie back in college 41 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 13 hours ago
The whole world is waiting for it, with tons of new popcorn in the microwaves already.
Besides me sometimes getting slightly angry about famousones ignorance and constant "America is number one and in all cases my president knows best, as long as my president is republican and against science and we'll rule the universe once we get ourselves out of every global partnership that was working excellently for decades until my president decided pissing off every valuable partner would help him to win the next election"-posts, believe me, Trumps constant bullshit that's proving he hasn't understood the slightest thing so far and half of the US population still thinking he's a mastermind is one of the most amusing things that happened in world politics for decades. Especially as now it mostly impacts the US itself and not the rest of the world.
And @famousone: That is not how you end a discussion, kid. Look it up.
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Alek wek 4 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 14 hours ago
Wow!
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Heady lucid promulgated Yak 9 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 14 hours ago
Doesn't matter, the outlet will be historically extremely wrong anyways. Like almost everything they've done to Norse mythology and vikings.
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Eco bamboo toothbrush lets you replace bristles 4 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 14 hours ago
buy button?
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We called her Big Gulp Angie back in college 41 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 1 day ago
For patriotism, that's a thing I don't really understand.
I mean, I know Germany is a very nice country to live in, we have great advantages compared to other countries and yes, in the past and present there were very many people from Germany who invented great things or contributed massively to the world progress, but that has nothing to see with myself. I didn't choose to be born in this country, I haven't invented great things, I didn't make the world a better place (so far).
But I have great achievements of my own in my own life and environment which I'm proud of, so perhaps that is the reason I'm not in the need to be proud of things I didn't have any influence in or to make myself feel better than others, just because the odds made me a white male German.
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We called her Big Gulp Angie back in college 41 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 1 day ago
for their military either doesn't really make any change in the calculation.
This stunt is weakening the US position in Europe, which was even admitted by high-ranked Republican politics. The largest US hospital outside the US is here, we have Ramstein, Baumholder etc. pp. which thankfully were used for man and material during all middle eastern adventures of the US Army.
We're not scared of somebody attacking us, who should do such a stupid thing? And even if, we're still NATO member and have like 26 allies around us. There is a pure economical story behind this, as we'd have around 10.000 people who'd need new jobs.
Your president is arbitrarily drawing firend-foe lines on his inner map and sells it to you as a "great deal" for the US (see the travel restrictions during COVID for all Europe except UK, where at that time the infection curve was at the worst of all the continent) and you fall for it.
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We called her Big Gulp Angie back in college 41 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 1 day ago
No. Nobody gets arrested for political opinions. People get arrested for crimes. And freedom of speech ends, where it harms others. If I call you a *insert insult here*, you may go to the police and file charges. Then I won't be arrested, but I probably will recieve a letter asking for my version of the story and in the end I might be fined.
What you are talking about is the glorification of German war crimes (which is forbidden for extremely good reasons), or trying to bring down the public order or being massively anti-constitutional. And even in this cases, it depends if you're expressing this in public, if you're a person of public interest, or not, if you're taking part in a political protest, or not, etc.
And even then, it is very unlikely to get arrested, but there is a potential to be fined.
For your military problems, we don't want you to go because of a few thousand jobs related to your military presence. Furtherly, moving the men and material to Poland, which isn't paying 2%
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Absolutely gorgeous container house 8 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 1 day ago
Well I saw a couple episodes of Tiny House Nation and I really have to say that what they call insulation isn't suiting my standards :)
And I just learned that houses under 50sqm don't need the so called Energy Pass, which usually is a must-have for housings in Europe to see how efficient they are and that passive houses have a way better energy efficiency than tiny houses. Just what I suspected.
As cool as the idea of tiny houses may be, if it's boiling in summer and freezing in winter, it's unfortunately no option for me. Damn.
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Spotted in Nuremberg Germany 6 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 1 day ago
nah
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We called her Big Gulp Angie back in college 41 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 1 day ago
Once again, you amaze with an overwhelming amount of non-knowledge and loads of FowNews indoctrined opinion.
People tend to be very patriotic, but that is not an asset, mostly it leads to "us smart, them fools", look at yourself.
Free speech is §5 of our constitution, look it up.
Individual liberty is held high and we actually are living more freely in some concerns than you guys (I know, Trump and Fox tell you otherwise, but they have the same poor knowledge standard)
The funding of our defense is at a level equivalent to the level of thread.
And even if your president sees Germany as a bad student here, look up how many nations in the NATO are actually investing 2% of their GDP. France, Spain, Italy, Poland, Norway, even Trumps best friend, Dictator Erdogan isn't paying that much for Militatry.
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Absolutely gorgeous container house 8 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 1 day ago
Every time I see them, I wonder how they deal with insulation. Looking at the window frames being so thin, this can't have more than like 2-5cm of insulation on it. in an area with constant 25°C it might work though
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Spotted in Nuremberg Germany 6 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 1 day ago
Are you guys Ok?
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My bf and I were discussing how much better off the U.S. would be with this 56 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 2 days ago
The financial point of your original question was pointing in another direction, which made me understand you don't want to fund rehabilitation. Sorry, if I got you wrong.
Punishment still is a concept that hasn't shown any significant change in people's behaviour. I'm not saying, murderers or such should roam around freely, they need to be detained as long as it takes to bring them back to being functional members of society. But I don't see the incarceration as punishment, but a necessary step to keep society safe from their mislead behaviours as long as they haven't thoroughly understood what's wrong with them and then worked it out. There are very few cases in which rehabilitation doesn't work, I agree, but there are possibilities in place to keep them away from the rest of us.
My bf and I were discussing how much better off the U.S. would be with this 56 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 2 days ago
Sorry, that question was pointed towards the OP, I personally am thoroughly convinced that rehabilitation and resocialisation are the only option.
"Just like mommy" 9 comments
f__kyeahhamburg · 2 days ago
Cheezy crust, now I understand.