Originally posted by Ellen15
How are Germany and Australia more repressive than States of America?
It's illegal to homeschool your kids.
Prostitution is legal, they were going to refuse to pay people unemployment if they refused to become prostitutes which is a valid job over there.
Guns are illegal, only the rich can get a measely pathetic hunting rifle when they plop down mega dollars.
They pay heavy taxes, think it's half of their pay.
They have even worse spine surgeons than America. I read a story of an American couple that were over there and they operated on the guys wife over
there...really butchered her up and disabled her. She's barely alive right now.
Back in the early 1990's I stopped at a truck stop on the autobahn to buy a quart of oil, our car's oil light came on. $20 for a quart of oil.
To pay for college German girls will park their cars along the road and leave their dome lights on. That means pull over and for a few bucks you can
get sex. They are actually reading their college books when you stop. It's how they pay for college. You'd think in a Socialized world heavily taxed
you wouldn't see that.
In Frankfurt we were walking the streets one night in the "Red Light District". We saw kids young as 12 shooting up with drugs right on the street and
just standing there staring into nothing. People shooting up all over....meanwhile some guy walked out of a bar with a beer and the police beat him
with a club and hauled him away. They didn't mess with the people shooting up with drugs.
German TV is totally different. Top nudity on public tv. They kinda demean women over there, American women wouldn't put up with it.
I got pulled over by the German Police...nice guys. You pay them on the spot. I asked if they would follow me 1 block to the ATM so I could get
money...they agreed and followed me to the ATM and I took out money and handed it to them. They went away.
Common to see them carrying UZI's in their airport. They have security. Not like panzy American airport security.
My family fled Germany in the late 1800's. I got to spend 2 years there for my job in the early 90's. Beautiful place....but I see why my family fled.
If you ain't in the clique over there you ain't into money. Kinda like how America is now.
They have AWESOME techno clubs. Easily spotted at night, just drive around and look for the spotlights in the sky. Don't think they have a drinking
age. They don't have an alcoholic problem over there either. Since it's not banned....the kids don't go crazy drinking it up. Crazy how psychology
works. Plus they're all too poor to be alcoholics. A bottle of Jack Daniels was $180. Levi Jeans were over $100 too. In the early 90's. Probably
higher now. You could get beer from McDonalds. I told my friend it would be cool if they put a straw in my beer I was getting thru the drive thru
_ The lady overheard me and must have spoke English...she put a straw in my beer....and I drove back to work drinking my beer on the
autobahn...at 150mph. Cleanest McDonalds I've ever seen in my life. Excellent food....good people. They have few luxury's in life. But a clean
environment and a roof over your head is all any human really needs.
They have a special holiday where the men wear a tie and they all go out. Married people all go out separate. It's a free-bee night and if a girl cuts
your tie you get to take her home and have sex with her. Marriage doesn't apply on that Holiday...they all love it.
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