Mittwoch, 23. März 2011

R.I.P - Liz Taylor

Women of the 20s and 30s I'd take instantly...

....well back then.

But what's the best way to know a man?
Knowing what kind of women he likes!

Here's my of women of the 20s and 30s I'd take instantly:

#1 Louise Brooks

#2 Mae Clark:

#3 Josephine Baker:

#4: Brigitte Helm:

#5 Lia Putti:

#6 Mary Pickford:

#7 Marlene Dietrich

#8 Pola Negri:

#9 Zita Johann:

#10 Clara Bow

So now it's a Top 10.


Or not I won't know if you don't and I wouldn't care as long!!!!

Sonntag, 27. Februar 2011

A letter to the President of Turkey

Dear mr. Erdogan,

you are an idiot!

It is now the second time you came to Germany to make a speech to eleven thousand of "your people":
Turkish immigrants and Turks with German nationality.
You told them not to assimilate and not to addapt the German culture.
Last year you called assimilation a "crime against humanity".

I don't want anyone to forget about his roots or whatever.
But you are creating a poisonous atmosphere here in Germany. We have already problems with integration without your moronic speeches.

It is morons like you - you are the reason of the fail of multi-cultural Germany.

Why can't a Turk drink Beer and eat pork and still go to the Friday prayers?
Or why shouldn't a trukish boy wear Lederhosen and eat Kebap?
Why can't both cultures learn and addapt from each other?

Would that be a problem for you?

With your moronic speech you are giving the Nazis and racists in Germany new material to stock up their fire of hatred.

My advice:
Stay in Turkey and make politics there to help your country and stop trying to ruin the relationship between Germans and immigrants in Germany.

Kind Regards,


 President Erdogan during his speech.

Dienstag, 8. Februar 2011

Today I am sad to be a human beeing....

What happened to me today in my classroom made me cry inside.
You may ask why?
Today someone in my class told me she wasn't interested in the history of the holocaust.
A German girl telling me she wasn't interested in the most tragic thing in German and human history.

"I'm just not intested!" - she said.
"That's something everybody has to be interested in!" - was my answer.
"No I don't have to - just because you are interested in it, it doens't has to interest me" - she answered.

I feel sad and disgusted!
How can it be? How can you not be interested in the killing of several million human beeings in your own country and your own neighbourhood just seventy years ago?

Quote: "I've been forced  to go to Dachau during school once, but I won't go there again."
My question: "Why not?"
She again: "Because it's not interesting to me! "

I could have vomitted all over the floor - it has been a long time since I felt so disgusted.
It's so absolutely disgusting. Living in the same small town where hundred thousand people had been inprisoned like animals - where thousands died.

I found that so horrible and disgusting that I started to shiver and I had trouble controlling my voice saying: "No! No! It has of interest for everyone!" over and over again.
And suddenly another girl said to me: "Who cares about it except you?"

You'll normally find me believing in human race but not today and maybe not for another couple days.

Dienstag, 30. November 2010

Brain, pain and common cold.

I'm sick... 
It's an acute viral rhinopharyngitis, or as normal people call it: a common cold.
And that makes my brain hurt.

That's just fantastic. Now I have to stay in bed and can babble about it in my blog. I really hope I am better till Friday, because I have train tickets to Pöchlarn in Austria. I'll visit friends of mine in Marbach an der Donau. They bought an old tavern with guest rooms that was build in the 1920s. I am often down there to help them restore the building.

Well, I guess that's all for now folks. Wish me well.

 That's the old tavern.
And that's me at work.

If you want to know more just visit:

Montag, 29. November 2010

R.I.P Leslie Nielsen

Stuttgart and Peter Pan

I spent the weekend in Stuttgart.

It was fun. I've never been Stuttgart and I have to say it's a really nice city. 
Strolling over the christmas fair, having some Bratwurst and glogg and listening to a brass band playing Christmas songs.

Have I mentioned that I love Christmas? I really love that time in the year when everyone is (trying to be) friendly, everyone is dressed decent (because it's cold) and the world around you is covered with a cold blanket of snow.

Try to love it and try to see the nice aspects of Christmas. In fact - try to see the good thing about something first and then point youre finger on the downside.

Thanks to Mel, Amie and Chris for that beautiful weekend!

There you see two girls who know how to dress.

There sometimes are only small differences.

And then came Peter Pan:

And then I saw this. The real live peter Pan.
Someone tries to undermine my Christmas spirit or wants to psycho-nuke my childhood memories.
Maybe I book this guy as a piñata for my next birthday ? That'll be fun.

But he gives me the giggles and that's all I need to forgive him.

At least he's an honest guy. 
I quote : "And speaking of 'silly', I know all this makes me a very silly boy! But If it sounds like a fun thing or even if you'd just like a good laugh (I laugh at myself all the time!) you must check out my Peter Pan's Fashion Page! for a close up look at some of my concoctions"

If you still want more, here's his website: