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 on: June 29, 2015, 10:38:22 AM 
Started by Duesenschnecke - Last post by Machtfalter
JA, DAS HAT WAS!   :)

 32 
 on: June 27, 2015, 07:40:14 PM 
Started by Krant - Last post by Krant
Es muß heißen "Wegen Referendum" oder "Wegen des Referendums". Sind es mehrere Referenden, muß es heißen "Wegen Referenden" oder "Wegen der Referenden".  Aber nicht beim Focus. Denn der Focus hat weder für Journalismus noch für Orthographie noch für Grammatik eine Begabung. 

Der Focus paßt sich also gut ein in das Bild europäischer Großkotze, die sich als Erpresser und Straßenräuber gebärden. Der Focus mit seiner neuen Zwangsreklame für Facebook ist nur ein kleiner Fisch, stinkt aber genauso.

Die Eurogruppe will...

http://www.focus.de/finanzen/news/staatsverschuldung/wegen-referendums-geldgeber-wollen-milliardenhilfen-fuer-griechenland-verfallen-lassen_id_4780195.html

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Wegen Referendums
Geldgeber wollen Milliardenhilfen für Griechenland verfallen lassen
Samstag, 27.06.2015, 17:03

Nach der Ankündigung eines Referendums in Griechenland will die Eurogruppe das Rettungsprogramm für Athen nicht mehr über Ende Juni hinaus verlängern. Damit würden noch bereitstehende Milliardenhilfen für Griechenland verfallen.

Das berichteten EU-Diplomaten am Samstag in Brüssel am Rande von Krisenberatungen der Eurogruppe.
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Wenn "die Griechen" bei ihrem Referendum beschließen, es der Eurogruppe so richtig zu zeigen, dann ist das der Wink mit dem Zaunpfahl, daß auch die anderen Bürger in Europas Staaten der Eurogruppe die Knastkarte zeigen.

Die Bürger Europas haben weder Zeit noch Geld, sich noch länger mit der Idiotie aufgeblasener Rotzgören wie jener der Euroguppe zu beschäftigen.

Die Eurogruppe ist auch nicht "die Geldgeber". Nein, das Geld, das sie ausgeben, ist nicht ihr eigenes, sondern sie stehlen es den Bürgern Europas. Es sind Diebe.

Die Griechen und die anderen Europäer sind ALLE Europäer. Wir sollten ALLE an einem Strang ziehen. Und, bitte, Alle am gleichen.

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 on: June 27, 2015, 01:54:47 PM 
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Die beste Lösung ist ein Leeres Gehäuse (TM). Da strahlt gar nichts.

 34 
 on: June 27, 2015, 01:48:37 PM 
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Frage.

 35 
 on: June 27, 2015, 01:42:42 PM 
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 on: June 27, 2015, 10:56:02 AM 
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    San Giovenale
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    Introduction to the geography and geology of San Giovenale | download pdf
    History of the Borgo excavations | download pdf
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    Sylloge inscriptionum Graecarum et Latinarum Upsaliensis
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    Archaic pottery and terracottas from the Sanctuary of Poseidon at Kalaureia | download pdf
    Textual evidence for Aegean Late Bronze Age ritual processions | download pdf
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    The Makrakomi Archaeological Landscapes Project (MALP) | download pdf
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    The Swedish Jordan Expedition 2011 and 2012 at Tall Abu al-Kharaz | download pdf
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    Opuscula 5 2012
    Dancing with decorum | download pdf
    Labraunda 2011 | download pdf
    The New Swedish Cyprus Expedition 2011 Excavations at Hala Sultan Tekke | download pdf
    Euergetism and city-walls in the Italian city of Telesia | download pdf
    The water-mills on the Lamas River in Cilicia | download pdf
    The impact of restoration | download pdf
    The Swedish Jordan Expedition 2009 and 2010 at Tall Abu al-Kharaz | download pdf
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    Children Lost and Found
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    Mastos in the Berbati Valley
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    The topographical survey and the Geographical Information System (GIS) | download pdf
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    The Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic periods | download pdf
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    Petrographic analysis of ceramics from the Berbati Valley | download pdf
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    Excavations in Midea 2007 | download pdf
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 37 
 on: June 27, 2015, 10:29:44 AM 
Started by AltingerJosef - Last post by Omegafant
Dem Altinger Josef seine Erinnerungen sind was für Impfgegner.

 38 
 on: June 27, 2015, 10:21:48 AM 
Started by ama - Last post by Omegafant
Um Herrn Selenz ist es leider sehr ruhig geworden.

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 on: June 27, 2015, 10:14:19 AM 
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Ein schönes Foto für's Familienalbum:

http://static.diepresse.com/images/uploads_580/e/0/1/4763137/8055AD32-E7EB-468F-A361-B2BB30FD9C88_v0_h.jpg

Seht's genau hin! Der ist nicht gegen die Hauswand gekracht. Der ist gegen die Kante gekracht!

http://diepresse.com/home/panorama/oesterreich/4763137/Oberosterreich_Auto-gegen-Hauswand-katapultiert

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Oberösterreich: Auto gegen Hauswand katapultiert
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25.06.2015 | 16:02 |   (DiePresse.com)

Ein 22-jähriger Oberösterreicher ist in der Nacht auf Donnerstag in Steyr mit seinem Auto im hohen Bogen gegen eine Haus gekracht. Im Erdgeschoß des Gebäudes entstand ein 1,7 mal 1,7 Meter großes Loch. Ein Bewohner, der direkt hinter der Einschlagstelle schlief, wurde von herabfallenden Mauerteilen verletzt. Der Lenker erlitt Verletzungen, teilte die Polizei mit.

Laut den Erhebungen der Polizei dürfte der junge Mann gegen 1.45 Uhr mit überhöhtem Tempo in einer Kurve von der Fahrbahn abgekommen und gegen eine Gehsteigkante geprallt sein. Durch die Wucht wurde sein Wagen ausgehebelt, flog über einen Gehsteig und einen Grünstreifen, bis er nach 20 Metern in der Hauswand landete und zu Boden krachte, schilderte die Polizei den Unfallhergang.
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Abgesehen von den Fehlern im Artikel haben die APAner net gemerkt, daß es die Hauskante war. Wär's nur die Wand gewesen, der Wagen wär voll durch die durch ins Zimmer gekracht. Der Wagen ist aber auf eine in Längsrichtung (Fahrtrichtung) stehende Wand gedonnert. Das ist ein ganz anderes Kaliber...


Freiflug mit dem Auto geht schnell: Auf einen Feldstein oder Bordstein auffahren und der Wagen prallt wie ein Fußball an dem Ding ab und hüpft locker einen halben Meter oder Meter hoch. Dazu dreht er sich in der Luft. Flugkontrolle nicht möglich. Landung irgendwie irgendwo.

Besonders gefährlich: Der Wagen fliegt nicht nur nach oben hoch in die Luft, sondern wird bei seitlichem Auffahren auf den Stein auch seitlich versetzt. Von einem Sekundenbruchteil zum nächsten ist das Fahrzeug in der Mitte der anderen Fahrspur und nietet alles um, was neben ihm war und vor ihm war.

Es gibt kaum etwas Gefährlicheres als Ballonräder!

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 on: June 27, 2015, 09:06:07 AM 
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Pressemitteilung
München, 27. Juni 2015
PM 191/GP

Huml startet Aktionsprogramm gegen Ambrosia - Gesundheitsministerin: Bayern ist Vorreiter bei Bekämpfung der Allergiepflanze

Bayerns Gesundheitsministerin Melanie Huml hat am Samstag das diesjährige Aktionsprogramm gegen die Allergiepflanze Ambrosia gestartet. Huml betonte in Bamberg: "Bayern ist bei der Ambrosia-Bekämpfung bundesweit Vorreiter. Wir hatten dabei auch bereits Erfolge. Aber es gibt noch viel zu tun."

Am 27. Juni ist der nationale "Ambrosia-Ausreißtag". Die Pollen der Pflanze sind als starke Allergie-Auslöser bei Menschen bekannt. Schon geringe Mengen können gesundheitliche Beschwerden auslösen.

Die Ministerin erläuterte: "Auch Personen, die zuvor noch keine Allergiker waren, können betroffen sein. Umso wichtiger ist es, dass wir die Ambrosia-Ausbreitung weiter bekämpfen. Mein Ziel ist es, die Belastung der Bürger so gering wie möglich zu halten."

Die ursprünglich in den USA beheimatete Pflanze "Beifuß-Ambrosie" breitet sich seit den 1990er Jahren auch in Bayern aus. Seit 2007 geht der Freistaat dagegen systematisch mit dem "Aktionsprogramm Ambrosia-Bekämpfung" vor.

Huml unterstrich: "Wir rufen dazu auf, große Ambrosia-Bestände ab rund 100 Pflanzen den Landratsämtern oder Kreisverwaltungsbehörden zu melden. Wer Einzelpflanzen entdeckt, kann diese auch selbst beseitigen. Wichtig ist dabei, die Pflanze nur mit Handschuhen auszureißen und bei bereits blühenden Pflanzen einen Mundschutz zu tragen. Die Pflanzenreste können dann in einer Plastiktüte mit dem Hausmüll entsorgt werden."

Insgesamt investiert der Freistaat bis 2016 rund 830.000 Euro für Maßnahmen zur Ambrosia-Bekämpfung. Unter anderem wurden wissenschaftliche Forschungsprojekte an den beiden Münchner Universitäten gefördert. Die Projekte untersuchen die gesundheitlichen Auswirkungen der Pflanze. Zur Hauptblüte kommt Ambrosia erst spät im Jahr – je nach Wetterlage zwischen August und September.

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