Sign it? (agreement against using spies)

Discussion in 'I/JG54 Grunherz' started by illo, Aug 20, 2003.

  1. illo

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    imho sign
     
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    IMO yes. No reason not to do so, even because it wouldn't be of much help to a squad like us, we don't do A2G mostly and we do few sorties.
     
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    useless

    wont be working.. only proclamation.. like UN declaration -- and even less respected imo

    and imho.. not really problem

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    edit: jaj.. almost forgot.. greetings from Sverige! :)
     
  5. illo

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    Är du i Stockholm?

    Btw. Swedish beer sucks. Tastes like mineral water. :) Pripps..*cough*

    Hejå sverige! :p
     
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    nej, jag är i Lund

    yup sweedish beers taste like pisswater.. fortunately they have here some danish and czech ones

    for user friendly prices - only 10x more than in czech republic

    somehow I can't find those famous swedish social values.. :dunno:
     
  7. illo

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    What social values?

    Btw. that beer is 10 times more expensive because most of it's price (70-80% i guess) is alcohol tax and goes to poor people.

    I'd say it would be better to tax rich people more and make beer cheaper. :) Poor people have to drink beer also, right? :)
     
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    Yes... though I think it is useless... :)


    Swedish beer? I didn't know Swedes had beers.. neither Finns. :)
    I've been brainwashed. I always thought that only Belgium and nearby countries (Germany, Czech Rep., Holland, etc..) had real beers.. ;)
     
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    Sweden and Finland are EU now. That means you can buy the alc in other countries and take MUCH litres over the border :cheers:
     
  10. illo

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    Yes, I should go shopping in deutschland.:)

    Weissbier is good. Too bad czech isn't in EU. I would buy dark beers from there. :(

    Finnish beers are lagers and much like german beers. Most taste quite similar to german Lowenbräu. I don't like them so much..too bitter for my taste.
     
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    so called "white beers"

    are of czech origin - first introduced by pilsen brewery in 1842... all germany breweries started to copy it - therefore so many german beers are called "pilsen"; and every other white beer in belgium, france, danmark, sweden etc. is this type

    the old type of beer was dark and not filtrated - nothing like that all over europe now
    nowadays czech dark beers are not bad, however I would personally prefer draughts/stouts --- irish (and not pilsen) type of beers

    wait one half year ;)... oh wait - didnt Finnland forced exception for itself - i mean no free trade with new eu countries?.. in that case you would have to smuggle ;)

    btw there are plenty of czech beers here in Sweden.. the most expensive ones of all -- and they are marks, which are in Czech rep. considered as not so good ones ;)
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    so far I have drunk here only "Falcon".. dunno what is it but it tastes like pisswater:(

    have to go to danmark with lots of bags
     
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    personally, no offense manoce, but i think czech beer is worse than ours :)...tried ones from all over the europe to compare...german and french were the worst ;) - rather a mineral water, than a real taste (lived in germany for some time, tried many, and can't understand what are germans so proud of now...more of a "legend" and tradition i guess...)

    btw. we didn't have to copy like most of the "western" countries did, many polish beers are a "mix" of white and dark beer, quite an old recipes (and breweries)...

    oh, and first documented "beer" making (with the hops use) in europe, comes from northern slavic tribes (north polish coast-Pomerania :) )
     
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  13. spuint

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    yeah, weve got fun... i remember that ;)
     
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    lol, Pole talking to Czech about beers

    good joke, hjm


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    Same here in finland. Sorry if spelling is not correct. Brezhnak, Slatopramen, Staropramen , Velko...and so on.

    FH forums owner "Archer" didn't think too highly about thse beers. :)
    He mumbled something along the lines... "Come in czech to taste real beer - little local breweries are much better"
     
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    truth... however these local breweries are now having a bad times -- big corporations which bought the biggest breweries are trying to push them out of market by means they can't oppose

    it's result of our stupidity with which we opened our market to foreign investors

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    ad czech beers in the North - they import only extract and mix it with local water at place of destination -- insta beer :(