Some residents of Nørrebro spotted a bus full of Danish Police who stopped at the place were Ungdomshuset stood. The Police men stepped out of the bus and urinated on the rubble. When informed that what they were doing was illegal since the rubble was now the property of the Christian sect Faderhuset, one of the police men replied: "don't worry, Ruth (the leader of Faderhuset) is a good friend of ours"
Urinating in a public place is illegal in Denmark, they should be reported to the...
And a question, your honor: How can a sect like Faderhuset, with less than fifty members, aford to pay DKR 60,000 a month for renting Ungdomshuset (they did this every month for five years) not to mention the expences of having the house torn down?...
Aw, shucks, I'm thinking again! I must remember to work harder and consume more to get rid of that silly habit.
Panzer Panther turm
A Panther dug into a Berlin street.
Often older Panthers were used in this fashion, but a special design called the Pantherturm also existed which was a complete Panther turret mounted on a concrete box, a surviving example can be seen here
Not my people
Not my war