an essay in attitudes
You seem to lean towards Ernst Roehm, Coddy, though of course we hope you do not share his fate.
Thanks for posting this!
The question, I suppose, is would we have done that when we were in college, and I suspect the answer would be yes.I suppose it makes more sense than some of the requirements for graduation. Especially for those attending a school with a "community service" requirement.
Easy blood from real men.
With all due respect, I have experience in das academische Fechten, einschließlich der Schmiss, and I think these guys fight like old ladies. "Tatort im Ersten," (also a You Tube video), is a better example, even if the bout is theatrical and staged with actors for a German TV series.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ehk-4MIDWDc
Wurst Hessel said..."You seem to lean towards Ernst Roehm, Coddy..."I disagree. Roehm was a homosexual street thug. I see the good Admiral more in the mold of Reinhard Heydrich,educated, cultured and elitist, yet a dangerous man, neverthess.Of course, his fate was not so great, either. Pesky partisans.
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