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#47 - Nah, it's rather product placement. When you advertise, you ad…  [+] (3 replies) 10/19/2015 on Lucky Bing +6
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#54 - supervillian (10/19/2015) [-]
aint nobody chasin my ass
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#48 - angelodlt (10/19/2015) [-]
I wasnt talking about the product placement, i was talking about the first part of his sentence
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#51 - nass (10/19/2015) [-]
Ah. oh yeah. Sorry.
#84 - But Braun was one of the few consumer electronic manufacteurer…  [+] (2 replies) 10/18/2015 on Braun or apple +1
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#85 - gilliam (10/18/2015) [-]
Yes, but i find calling it stealing also a bit of a stretch, like, it doesn't always need to be original, it just needs to be what looks good to the eye.
Whatever works, you know.
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#86 - nass (10/18/2015) [-]
I agree with you, it's not stealing. But it's not like Apple invented this kind of design, like some people claim. I'm also pretty their design were inspired by these from Braun, since every Product/Industrial Designer has heard of Dieter Rams before. I guess Jobs just didn't want to admit that.
#13 - >As a car guy in Germany  [+] (2 replies) 10/17/2015 on /k/ in a nutshell +8
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#17 - theoldfritz (10/17/2015) [-]
did you mean
"as a regular german"
#19 - nass (10/17/2015) [-]
Well, I know people who don't like to drive fast or on the autobahn. You can't trust these people smh
#5 - This is quite easy to explain. Fleeing is not cheap, so only a…  [+] (6 replies) 10/17/2015 on Europe +43
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#30 - garymotherfingoak (10/18/2015) [-]
Rational context?

on MY funnyjunk?
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#19 - notjustalurker (10/18/2015) [-]
Your assumption makes sense.
I dont know if its true or not(i think not), but it does make sense.

If it is true than the situation is much worse: that just means the number of immigrants will multiply by 3 or 4 on the next few years right? Because all this young male immigrants will be bringing in their mom/dad/sister/brother/grandmother/etc
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#14 - infernis (10/18/2015) [-]
>Because you are allowed to bring your family faster

As far as I know, it takes years even in Germany until you're even officially granted asylum, the waiting list is long.
Also, a cynical bastard (not me) might guess it has more to do with benefits rather than how quickly you can get your familly to come over.
#16 - anon (10/18/2015) [-]
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7 month on average, but it can easily take up to 2 years. Germany doesn't give a shit about them once they are here, it is all for the good press
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#15 - nass (10/18/2015) [-]
I#m not talking about the process of asylum, there is no fixed time for that, depends on how fast the bureaucrats can work. Under these masses it takes longer obviously, but on average it used to ~6 months. This will now be speed up, since most people from the Balkan will be sent home (since they are not in immediate danger, before e.g. Kosovo was still considered a warzone), maybe the average wait will not grow all too much (hopefully).

The time it takes to bring your family depends on the embassy and since the german embassy e.g. in Lebanon or Turkey was bigger compared to let's say Croatia, things used get done quite fast. My father (who is syrian, but lives in Germany for nearly 30 years now) applied to get my grandmother and my 2 aunts here to Germany after my uncle was hot on his way to work. That was in March 2014. They were granted residence within 3 days, simply because the ambessy in Istanbul wasn't so overun back then. Things may have gone faster, since my father covers all costs for the three, with documentation of his income etc., but an application by someone who was granted asylum for his family took ~ 2-3 weeks. People who did the same, but one year later (so January/February 2015) were given dates for decision in January 2016. I imagine things being even worse now, but I guess it's still faster compared to other, smaller embassies.
#13 - anon (10/17/2015) [-]
an additional bit of common sense, women and children are smaller and less likely to be seen in a crowd
#71 - He wants to build a wall, that is effective. I think some guy …  [+] (1 reply) 10/17/2015 on asdfghj -1
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#72 - mcbergstedt (10/17/2015) [-]