Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Current Events' started by edesignuk, May 14, 2008.
Crikey, fun times in Austria recently How awful
WTF are they putting in the water over there?
i mean what else could it be?
I actually thought this thread was going to be about some family whose computers had been hacked so badly is was comical... This is terrible.
wow. i'm in disbelief. how can people do such an awful thing like that anyone?
"Raises hand" no, we are not all lunatics over here...
Though it seems like it lately.
I can't understand such things, no matter who does it or where it happens. Something is seriously wrong with some people, and I'm pretty sure this guy for example hasn't played too much Counter Strike or listened to too much Marilyn Manson.
Yep, our situation is turning more US-like every day.
No offense, dude.
Arnie's our boy!
When it rains, it pours.
Austria's image is taking a pounding right now, although it's a beautiful country, and the people are very nice. All the crazies happen to be coming out of their homes at the same time.
Hey, that's what I thought too.
But, geez, that guy woke up on the wrong side of the bed, dinnee?
I feel so terrible for bursting out laughing at that.
Thanks a lot! xD
I had a very similar thought...
I don't know, somehow it feels strange that for example people on this board will think of child abuse and axe murderers now when they read my location.
When I read this in the news yesterday I couldn't believe it at first.
No one will think this of you personally, although your nationality may serve as a reminder to the recent gruesome news from your country. Don't worry, you'll get used to this. I'm from California and I lived in Europe for several years just after freeway shootings became common. Wherever I went, one of the first questions people asked me was about the freeway shootings. I never took it personally, but it was obvious the reputation Americans had among the Europeans (and rightfully so).
Just another instance of the scariness that exists in a person.
Those people aren't really Austrian. They're part of an exchange program the US has had with Austria for years. We send them our lunatics, and they send us beer, pretzels and wienerschnitzel.
What's going on in Austria these days?
I don't know if I would say rightfully so... I travel to Vienna (Wien) often and I am always asked about big cars and oil when I am there... would it be right for me to ask the Austrians about axe murder, incest and family slavery? No...