Nilz N. Burgers Berlinale Tag 6

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Es geht langsam dem Ende zu….aber ein bisschen Programm haben wir noch :)

Diesmal mit Fotsetzung von gestern, einem fastausrutschen auf dem Eis und “The Summit”.


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  1. David

    Die Polizei die souverän agiert hat? Nachdem sie einen Aktivisten ermordet haben und :

    “Detainees reported being spat at, verbally and physically humiliated, and threatened with rape.

    Police conducted nighttime raids upon centers housing protesters and campsites, most notably the attacks on the Diaz-Pascoli and Diaz-Pertini schools shortly after midnight on July 21. These were being used as sleeping quarters, and had also been set up as centers for those providing media, medical, and legal support work. Police baton attacks left three activists, including British journalist Mark Covell, in comas. At least one person has suffered brain damage, while another had both jaws and fourteen teeth broken. In total, over 60 were severely injured and a parliamentary inquiry was launched.”

  2. Nilz N Burger

    Ähm, ich sage da aber ziemlich deutlich: “…die superunsouverän reagiert hat…”, was in meiner Welt das Gegenteil von “souverän” ist…

  3. daffy

    Hab mir all deine Berichte ohne Ton angesehen, echt faszinierend, Hangover 1-6 :-D

  4. David

    Oh dann tuts mir leid, dabei habe ich es extra etwa 5 mal angehört! :D

  5. MimöschenHöschen

    Wenn man unendliche Minuten nur mit der Kamera im Zoom auf den Bart filmt, der keiner ist, ausser ein paar Flusen, dann schneidet man den ab. Rasiert das Ding so lange nass, bis da mal vernünftige ordentliche Barthaare in vernünftiger Aneinanderreihung herauskommen. Solche Bärte kommen heraus, wenn der pupärtäre Junge von nebenan, bei den 1. Barthaaren den Gang zum Rasierer meidet. Das ist kompletter Unsinn. Wie war das jetzt mit dem Beitrag?

  6. MimöschenHöschen

    Wenn man unendliche Minuten nur mit der Kamera im Zoom auf den Bart filmt, der keiner ist, ausser ein paar Flusen, dann schneidet man den ab. Rasiert das Ding so lange nass, bis da mal vernünftige ordentliche Barthaare in vernünftiger Aneinanderreihung herauskommen. Solche Bärte kommen heraus, wenn der pupärtäre Junge von nebenan, bei den 1. Barthaaren den Gang zum Rasierer meidet. Das ist kompletter Unsinn. Wie war das jetzt mit dem Beitrag?

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