A taste of Austria

A taste of Austria

There are 14 comments on the Seacoast Online story from Nov 12, 2008, titled A taste of Austria. In it, Seacoast Online reports that:

Austrian products in downtown Portsmouth? Yes - thanks to Sonja Echt, who opened Edelweiss last week.

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Since: Nov 08

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#1 Nov 16, 2008
nice idea ;o)
size stacie

Cincinnati, OH

#2 Nov 17, 2008
this is gay. i hate german class!
harry

Austria

#3 Nov 17, 2008
you are gay - why are the americans so sucsessful - is it about, that most of the white race have a german descent?

germans 17&, irish 14%, english 11%

or do you think the hispanics will built your future?
ha ha ha

Since: Nov 08

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#4 Jan 24, 2009
size stacie wrote:
this is gay. i hate german class!
öh austria, not germany
Otzi

Brantford, Canada

#5 Jan 26, 2009
When we go to New England, we do not stop at Von Trapp family lodge in Vermont. We go straight to visit Ben and Jerry ice cream factory.

Signed
Terminator model T1000. Voight-Kampf score-0.

“Wintersport Tirol”

Since: Oct 10

Netherlands

#6 Oct 27, 2010

Since: May 11

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#7 May 27, 2011
Do you really want to know something about Austria? Than check this http://community.justlanded.com/en/Austria/fo... . Austria and German people are little bit the same, but both have no really stereotype like the whole world. Of course there are a lot of discussion if Germans are rude, but you never here something like this about people from Austria. I just thought they are the same, but they are different like the language.

Since: Dec 10

Seattle

#8 May 27, 2011
Yes, that’s true Germany and Austria and I would even say if you’re willing to assimilate Switzerland are the most tolerant places. The kind of hate and discrimination you see in the US just doesn’t exist in Germany; Germany is the most welcoming country I’ve ever been.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#9 May 27, 2011
-Farah- wrote:
Yes, that’s true Germany and Austria and I would even say if you’re willing to assimilate Switzerland are the most tolerant places. The kind of hate and discrimination you see in the US just doesn’t exist in Germany; Germany is the most welcoming country I’ve ever been.
Yes, but you hate the West. Why don't you go home? Certainly the arab/muslim country are like paradise. Wouldn't you be happier?

Since: Dec 10

Seattle

#10 May 27, 2011
I am home! like I told you before I'll go back to where my people originated when you do!*rolls eyes*

I love Germany, I hate western imperialism *rolls eyes* the only downer about Germany is the foreign troops stationed there.

Anyways why do you insist on turning everything into a discussion about me???
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#11 May 27, 2011
-Farah- wrote:
I am home! like I told you before I'll go back to where my people originated when you do!*rolls eyes*
I love Germany, I hate western imperialism *rolls eyes* the only downer about Germany is the foreign troops stationed there.
Anyways why do you insist on turning everything into a discussion about me???
Bainbridge, WA is in Germany? Wow! we have one of those, too. I'm betting most Germans would be happy if you left for good. You hate the West. How can your utopian homeland possibly be worse? You really should go home, sweetie.

Since: Dec 10

Seattle

#12 May 27, 2011
Germany isn't my home, you told me to go back home and I told you I am home! The US is my home, it's where I'm from and where I live *rolls eyes* Wrong I've been to Germany many times and havn't ever had any bad experience with Germans!

don't call me sweetie, in a political discussion calling a woman by such makes you a sexist! If you are going to address me use my name or simply quote me!

So again I ask you why do you insist on turning everything into a discussion about me???
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#13 May 27, 2011
-Farah- wrote:
Germany isn't my home, you told me to go back home and I told you I am home! The US is my home, it's where I'm from and where I live *rolls eyes* Wrong I've been to Germany many times and havn't ever had any bad experience with Germans!
don't call me sweetie, in a political discussion calling a woman by such makes you a sexist! If you are going to address me use my name or simply quote me!
So again I ask you why do you insist on turning everything into a discussion about me???
You're the one that made this all about you, princess. All you do is hate on America....now it's your "home"? You are very confused. I'm worried about you.

Since: Nov 10

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#14 Jun 2, 2011
The US is a great place for Germans. They can really get ahead. As long as they can drive 300 miles an hour or jump 50 buses with a motorcycle!

Or, if you're like Sandra Bullock, you can jump 50 motorcycles with A BUS!

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