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Mr.Scienceman2000

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  1. *CHRRRRT*
    Russian agent Gans here.
    Some exclusive insider informations from the ex-DDR!
    When I lived in East Germany like 4 years ago, I've met someone called "Mielke", an old man in his 60s. Not Erich Mielke of course, but someone else with that name. Being curious, I've asked him many things about the former times. Stasi? Ah come on, he said, that wasn't such a big topic. The "West" only made that up. I don't know anyone who had problems with the Stasi, he said.

    Yes, he looked his daily news up on RT too. "But reading isn't enough. I tend to forget the important part!", he said. Then he wrote it down, every morning, the whole article. To remember it better. He was able to quote his news sources word by word. It meant a lot to him and the way how he talked himself into a rage was hillarious. Especially the parts about the "fat bosses with cigars" on the top of some capitalist company.

    Of course his old socialist heart was sparkling full of joy about the DDR medicine system. Consider this: The doctors didn't have to make lots of money. They just had to do their job, which was to cure the people. Nowadays, a cured person is the worst what can happen for a hospital, because it's a lost customer! Unnecessary expensive surgery, in which people are talked to. Current waiting times were also unknown, Mr. Mielke told me. If the medicine system didn't have to work efficent, then it's possible to have more people there than necessary.

    Question: Is it a good thing if ALL companies have to make money? If all companies have to be optimised in efficency? What happens, if workplaces become too efficent? Is that a pleasant work then?

    The downside was of course, that some of the DDR workplaces had nothing to do, people got bored, it was a waste of time basically. And to get more money, the actual work was done after the working times, so inoffical work. That's not a good motivation.

    Ah, well. I could share even more stories from the Eastern part of Germany. But both sides have their values. Even with the wall or the Stasi, there is more behind the curtain.

    Over.
    *CHHHRT*

    1. Mr.Scienceman2000

      Mr.Scienceman2000

      @D.Drakerthey used to be sold here along with japanese cars, us cars and european cars. It was just normal trading between countries. There was market to every one of them. Many picked japanese cars for power without being too petrol hungry, some wanted US cars, mostly those big V8 ones because power and sound of v8, some preferred european cars and some liked russian cars for simplity of engines. It was called open market and had lot of choice back then on models to suit your need from any manufacture.

      As for fitting into one, driver seat got plenty of space for tall guy, but backseat is bad. Well to be honest only car I seen roomy and comfy backseat was 2001-2002 Opel Zafira, that gotta be best minivan ever in my opinion

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  2. *CHRRRRT*
    Russian agent Gans here.
    Some exclusive insider informations from the ex-DDR!
    When I lived in East Germany like 4 years ago, I've met someone called "Mielke", an old man in his 60s. Not Erich Mielke of course, but someone else with that name. Being curious, I've asked him many things about the former times. Stasi? Ah come on, he said, that wasn't such a big topic. The "West" only made that up. I don't know anyone who had problems with the Stasi, he said.

    Yes, he looked his daily news up on RT too. "But reading isn't enough. I tend to forget the important part!", he said. Then he wrote it down, every morning, the whole article. To remember it better. He was able to quote his news sources word by word. It meant a lot to him and the way how he talked himself into a rage was hillarious. Especially the parts about the "fat bosses with cigars" on the top of some capitalist company.

    Of course his old socialist heart was sparkling full of joy about the DDR medicine system. Consider this: The doctors didn't have to make lots of money. They just had to do their job, which was to cure the people. Nowadays, a cured person is the worst what can happen for a hospital, because it's a lost customer! Unnecessary expensive surgery, in which people are talked to. Current waiting times were also unknown, Mr. Mielke told me. If the medicine system didn't have to work efficent, then it's possible to have more people there than necessary.

    Question: Is it a good thing if ALL companies have to make money? If all companies have to be optimised in efficency? What happens, if workplaces become too efficent? Is that a pleasant work then?

    The downside was of course, that some of the DDR workplaces had nothing to do, people got bored, it was a waste of time basically. And to get more money, the actual work was done after the working times, so inoffical work. That's not a good motivation.

    Ah, well. I could share even more stories from the Eastern part of Germany. But both sides have their values. Even with the wall or the Stasi, there is more behind the curtain.

    Over.
    *CHHHRT*

    1. Mr.Scienceman2000

      Mr.Scienceman2000

      @D.Drakerthat was sarcasm. Meant overall judging someone just because they like product made in certain country does not mean they love country and their leaders. And meant any president.

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  3. *CHRRRRT*
    Russian agent Gans here.
    Some exclusive insider informations from the ex-DDR!
    When I lived in East Germany like 4 years ago, I've met someone called "Mielke", an old man in his 60s. Not Erich Mielke of course, but someone else with that name. Being curious, I've asked him many things about the former times. Stasi? Ah come on, he said, that wasn't such a big topic. The "West" only made that up. I don't know anyone who had problems with the Stasi, he said.

    Yes, he looked his daily news up on RT too. "But reading isn't enough. I tend to forget the important part!", he said. Then he wrote it down, every morning, the whole article. To remember it better. He was able to quote his news sources word by word. It meant a lot to him and the way how he talked himself into a rage was hillarious. Especially the parts about the "fat bosses with cigars" on the top of some capitalist company.

    Of course his old socialist heart was sparkling full of joy about the DDR medicine system. Consider this: The doctors didn't have to make lots of money. They just had to do their job, which was to cure the people. Nowadays, a cured person is the worst what can happen for a hospital, because it's a lost customer! Unnecessary expensive surgery, in which people are talked to. Current waiting times were also unknown, Mr. Mielke told me. If the medicine system didn't have to work efficent, then it's possible to have more people there than necessary.

    Question: Is it a good thing if ALL companies have to make money? If all companies have to be optimised in efficency? What happens, if workplaces become too efficent? Is that a pleasant work then?

    The downside was of course, that some of the DDR workplaces had nothing to do, people got bored, it was a waste of time basically. And to get more money, the actual work was done after the working times, so inoffical work. That's not a good motivation.

    Ah, well. I could share even more stories from the Eastern part of Germany. But both sides have their values. Even with the wall or the Stasi, there is more behind the curtain.

    Over.
    *CHHHRT*

    1. Mr.Scienceman2000

      Mr.Scienceman2000

      @Gansangriffthis indeed. On other side could argue same on US products that I am biggest fan of US president or german products I use means I am diehard fan of Germany prime minister. I do not agree with many country leaders or policitics and may dislike them, but it does not mean I would hate that country citizens or products. Citizens are not reason for leaders bad decisions usually so it is wrong blame them. Russian and Germany and US depending product produces high quality products like finland for most parts

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  4. *CHRRRRT*
    Russian agent Gans here.
    Some exclusive insider informations from the ex-DDR!
    When I lived in East Germany like 4 years ago, I've met someone called "Mielke", an old man in his 60s. Not Erich Mielke of course, but someone else with that name. Being curious, I've asked him many things about the former times. Stasi? Ah come on, he said, that wasn't such a big topic. The "West" only made that up. I don't know anyone who had problems with the Stasi, he said.

    Yes, he looked his daily news up on RT too. "But reading isn't enough. I tend to forget the important part!", he said. Then he wrote it down, every morning, the whole article. To remember it better. He was able to quote his news sources word by word. It meant a lot to him and the way how he talked himself into a rage was hillarious. Especially the parts about the "fat bosses with cigars" on the top of some capitalist company.

    Of course his old socialist heart was sparkling full of joy about the DDR medicine system. Consider this: The doctors didn't have to make lots of money. They just had to do their job, which was to cure the people. Nowadays, a cured person is the worst what can happen for a hospital, because it's a lost customer! Unnecessary expensive surgery, in which people are talked to. Current waiting times were also unknown, Mr. Mielke told me. If the medicine system didn't have to work efficent, then it's possible to have more people there than necessary.

    Question: Is it a good thing if ALL companies have to make money? If all companies have to be optimised in efficency? What happens, if workplaces become too efficent? Is that a pleasant work then?

    The downside was of course, that some of the DDR workplaces had nothing to do, people got bored, it was a waste of time basically. And to get more money, the actual work was done after the working times, so inoffical work. That's not a good motivation.

    Ah, well. I could share even more stories from the Eastern part of Germany. But both sides have their values. Even with the wall or the Stasi, there is more behind the curtain.

    Over.
    *CHHHRT*

    1. Mr.Scienceman2000

      Mr.Scienceman2000

      @Dixeli do not bother arguing this, but before all this new insanity finland had market to russia. It benefitted both sides, we exported milk and others and they exported certain parts and vechicles. It is normal to have market between countries and it is better than threathening them.

      As for russian cars, only been on lada so cannot say from others but either niva or lada 1200 did not have any leak issues. Leaking fumes on cars on era were mostly due poor maintenance and happened on Hondas, Fords, Opels too. Lada is very fine car and only things I do not like is no power steering since it makes easier to drive long trips and smaller engine that means less horsepower. But if need reliable town car lada 1200 is one that never need big service if maintain properly and does not use lot of petrol and works on any weather.

       

      And I am not lada fan, more Honda, older Opel, Volvo and Saab fan, just like way ladas are built

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  5. *CHRRRRT*
    Russian agent Gans here.
    Some exclusive insider informations from the ex-DDR!
    When I lived in East Germany like 4 years ago, I've met someone called "Mielke", an old man in his 60s. Not Erich Mielke of course, but someone else with that name. Being curious, I've asked him many things about the former times. Stasi? Ah come on, he said, that wasn't such a big topic. The "West" only made that up. I don't know anyone who had problems with the Stasi, he said.

    Yes, he looked his daily news up on RT too. "But reading isn't enough. I tend to forget the important part!", he said. Then he wrote it down, every morning, the whole article. To remember it better. He was able to quote his news sources word by word. It meant a lot to him and the way how he talked himself into a rage was hillarious. Especially the parts about the "fat bosses with cigars" on the top of some capitalist company.

    Of course his old socialist heart was sparkling full of joy about the DDR medicine system. Consider this: The doctors didn't have to make lots of money. They just had to do their job, which was to cure the people. Nowadays, a cured person is the worst what can happen for a hospital, because it's a lost customer! Unnecessary expensive surgery, in which people are talked to. Current waiting times were also unknown, Mr. Mielke told me. If the medicine system didn't have to work efficent, then it's possible to have more people there than necessary.

    Question: Is it a good thing if ALL companies have to make money? If all companies have to be optimised in efficency? What happens, if workplaces become too efficent? Is that a pleasant work then?

    The downside was of course, that some of the DDR workplaces had nothing to do, people got bored, it was a waste of time basically. And to get more money, the actual work was done after the working times, so inoffical work. That's not a good motivation.

    Ah, well. I could share even more stories from the Eastern part of Germany. But both sides have their values. Even with the wall or the Stasi, there is more behind the curtain.

    Over.
    *CHHHRT*

    1. Mr.Scienceman2000

      Mr.Scienceman2000

      @Dixeluntil early 2000 they were exported here from russia. They were quite popular. They were pretty good on our climate where can go down to -40c  that can be hard to cars. Only seen older opels (until early opel zafira/astra A), saabs and volvos do as well on cold temperatures while others had issues starting. Of course ladas rarely had power steering so cold power steering is tough to turn, but good luck doing same without one...

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  6. *CHRRRRT*
    Russian agent Gans here.
    Some exclusive insider informations from the ex-DDR!
    When I lived in East Germany like 4 years ago, I've met someone called "Mielke", an old man in his 60s. Not Erich Mielke of course, but someone else with that name. Being curious, I've asked him many things about the former times. Stasi? Ah come on, he said, that wasn't such a big topic. The "West" only made that up. I don't know anyone who had problems with the Stasi, he said.

    Yes, he looked his daily news up on RT too. "But reading isn't enough. I tend to forget the important part!", he said. Then he wrote it down, every morning, the whole article. To remember it better. He was able to quote his news sources word by word. It meant a lot to him and the way how he talked himself into a rage was hillarious. Especially the parts about the "fat bosses with cigars" on the top of some capitalist company.

    Of course his old socialist heart was sparkling full of joy about the DDR medicine system. Consider this: The doctors didn't have to make lots of money. They just had to do their job, which was to cure the people. Nowadays, a cured person is the worst what can happen for a hospital, because it's a lost customer! Unnecessary expensive surgery, in which people are talked to. Current waiting times were also unknown, Mr. Mielke told me. If the medicine system didn't have to work efficent, then it's possible to have more people there than necessary.

    Question: Is it a good thing if ALL companies have to make money? If all companies have to be optimised in efficency? What happens, if workplaces become too efficent? Is that a pleasant work then?

    The downside was of course, that some of the DDR workplaces had nothing to do, people got bored, it was a waste of time basically. And to get more money, the actual work was done after the working times, so inoffical work. That's not a good motivation.

    Ah, well. I could share even more stories from the Eastern part of Germany. But both sides have their values. Even with the wall or the Stasi, there is more behind the curtain.

    Over.
    *CHHHRT*

    1. Mr.Scienceman2000

      Mr.Scienceman2000

      @Gansangriffwell still owns china owns general motors now which produces chervolet and before produced Opels/Vauxhall too before were sold to french company that cannot build car that wont leak  (nothing against french just against poor engineering). Chevy volts are known as firestarters since batteries are prone to catch fire even if not in charger.

      As for Lada niva I would say original Niva with original 1.6l engine not 2.0l gm ecotec is tank car with very good realibility. It got good offroad features, enough horsepower compared lada 1200 to be enjoyable. II would only rate Saab 900 higher because was designed and assembled in my home country and still has best safety and almost unbrekable engine

      And I cant get that picture angry goose honking on Lada Niva out of my head now

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  7. *CHRRRRT*
    Russian agent Gans here.
    Some exclusive insider informations from the ex-DDR!
    When I lived in East Germany like 4 years ago, I've met someone called "Mielke", an old man in his 60s. Not Erich Mielke of course, but someone else with that name. Being curious, I've asked him many things about the former times. Stasi? Ah come on, he said, that wasn't such a big topic. The "West" only made that up. I don't know anyone who had problems with the Stasi, he said.

    Yes, he looked his daily news up on RT too. "But reading isn't enough. I tend to forget the important part!", he said. Then he wrote it down, every morning, the whole article. To remember it better. He was able to quote his news sources word by word. It meant a lot to him and the way how he talked himself into a rage was hillarious. Especially the parts about the "fat bosses with cigars" on the top of some capitalist company.

    Of course his old socialist heart was sparkling full of joy about the DDR medicine system. Consider this: The doctors didn't have to make lots of money. They just had to do their job, which was to cure the people. Nowadays, a cured person is the worst what can happen for a hospital, because it's a lost customer! Unnecessary expensive surgery, in which people are talked to. Current waiting times were also unknown, Mr. Mielke told me. If the medicine system didn't have to work efficent, then it's possible to have more people there than necessary.

    Question: Is it a good thing if ALL companies have to make money? If all companies have to be optimised in efficency? What happens, if workplaces become too efficent? Is that a pleasant work then?

    The downside was of course, that some of the DDR workplaces had nothing to do, people got bored, it was a waste of time basically. And to get more money, the actual work was done after the working times, so inoffical work. That's not a good motivation.

    Ah, well. I could share even more stories from the Eastern part of Germany. But both sides have their values. Even with the wall or the Stasi, there is more behind the curtain.

    Over.
    *CHHHRT*

    1. Mr.Scienceman2000

      Mr.Scienceman2000

      @D.Draker exactly. I still think I am more green than most of those city hippies who uses their ev and buy brand new iPhones because there is no charger means climate is saved.

      I like petrol cars, but if I drive I drive economically and wont have V8 or not even 6 or 5 cyl engine, I buy local food, I rarely buy brand new stuff and use stuff until it breaks and even after that try fix them. I only travelled aboard with plane once in my life and that was back in college, other times been travelling home country with car or train.

      Lets take those "good climate saver hippies" to comparisation. They buy brand new ev and many of rattles overspeed on road with them, that is dangerous in my opinion. They buy "ethically made products" which are shipped from europe or even far away, they buy new stuff all time even if old is ok, Also they forget climate change when they fly aboard because they paid compensation payment

      At end who climate thing benefits is companies. They can profit more off peoples (unrepairable evs, higher petrol prices, you name it). And companies create most pollution anyway

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  8. MSFN is finally back on-line..! :)

    1. Mr.Scienceman2000

      Mr.Scienceman2000

      @SigmaTel71that was nice addition to me. See where member is from with it. Surprised that msfn got active member from almost every major country. Also if you click flag you can see other members from your region. Seems I am not only finnish guy here but only that is using MSFN actively:roll1:

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  9. MSFN is finally back on-line..! :)

    1. Mr.Scienceman2000

      Mr.Scienceman2000

      So was not only who wondered some time issues going MSFN. I used check it withing every day or every other day then one day got timeout when was looking one link off MSFN.

       

      I wonder what happened? No posts or info why went offline

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  10. Does anybody remember those days when it actually made sense to use IE as a daily web browser?
    They are never going to come back...... IE is going to be killed off completely few months later...

    1. Mr.Scienceman2000

      Mr.Scienceman2000

      @WinFXfew reasons why it cannot run on kernel ex. One being is it is os component. And I would say HTML3 to be more less bloated than that. And microsoft indeed did violate standards by making it own ones and not sharing them to others. One example being NTLM authentation that was secret handshake used on microsoft Proxy server that was in wide use in companies and still is. Microsoft did not provide info how it worked and why other apps were able support it was since open source developers reverse engineered it. Example here. Second was activeX which was highly insecure program language inside Internet explorer. With it malicious site could even wipe your hard drive. Activex was pushed everywhere. Peoples seems have forgotten bad things about IE or never worked on corporate environment where peoples were stuck to ie6 only since some applications. It was never open standard. HTLM3 on netscape 3 or firefox 2 things would most optimal to non bloated web.

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  11. Does anybody remember those days when it actually made sense to use IE as a daily web browser?
    They are never going to come back...... IE is going to be killed off completely few months later...

    1. Mr.Scienceman2000

      Mr.Scienceman2000

      I only used internet exploiter on intrawebs/switch control panels using activex aka infectivex that was security risk. I used firefox outside those. But simple web times are not coming back. I miss simple design that worked on any browser and sites not requiring javascript to be turned on to do simple task

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  12. Is it me, or lots of people think that WiFi == Internet?

    1. Mr.Scienceman2000

      Mr.Scienceman2000

      Wifi=Internet, Computer=windows and internet=Chrome to most lol

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