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"Communist bastards!..", he said
a guy my age pushing a pram with his child in it,
"Oh, yeah - It's pretty radical..." I replied, adding that I thought It was somehow connected with the old monastry down in no. 13 which used to be a "squat" back in the eighties (today it's an administrative building)
"nah, I don't think so..." , he continued, "...I used to hang out in that squat...it was used after they (the police) had raided Schiønning & Arvé (a large 1980's squat in an old rubber factory) but the place was abandoned because the junkies in the area started to take over...we're talking 1980- 81' here!.."
He bid me a good day and went on with his business.
Then I remebered, oh yes! He used to work at that Electronica record shop in the city...
Yeah, the radical left... we've stopped listening to that.
Retro babe"...Great presentation, Miss Pinochet, bringing you onto this board of trusties has certainly lightened things up..."
Panzer Sturmgeschütz III, Ausf G
A wintry scene illustrating the bleak conditions on the eastern front around 1943-44. Note that troops would only ride on the outside of panzers on their way to a battle, not during. Once the battle started, panzers would draw a lot of fire and be the last place you wanted to use for cover.
(unfortunately) Also my people
(regrettably) Also my war