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#1 MiloMorai

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Posted 19 June 2019 - 1152 AM

Couldn't find the thread to put this in.
https://youtu.be/6gcG7G03m48
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#2 Panzermann

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Posted 19 June 2019 - 1254 PM

The music makes it. :)

 

 

 

 

I think the respective thread is named something with scandinavia.

 

 

 

It is because nordic countries: http://www.tank-net....c=42450&page=13


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#3 MiloMorai

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Posted 19 June 2019 - 1255 PM

The music makes it. :)
 
  
I think the respective thread is named something with scandinavia.


It does but I can only go back one page.
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#4 Panzermann

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Posted 19 June 2019 - 1302 PM

 

The music makes it. :)
 
  
I think the respective thread is named something with scandinavia.


It does but I can only go back one page.

 

 

Yeah, when I searched for it, it threw up weird errors. normally I use an external search engine like duckduckgo, butr that found nothing. And google threw a weird file123.storrage site or something like that at me? Is there an error in tank-net's database?


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#5 DB

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Posted 19 June 2019 - 1453 PM

There was the Great Purge Server Failure a year or two ago, where half of Stuart's posts disappeared and a number of other users got b0rked, too.


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#6 Stuart Galbraith

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Posted 20 June 2019 - 0229 AM

So it wasnt all bad then. :)

It was more like 4 years ago I think, but it did go pete tong. It may even have been a hack attack. I do know I was told there was no reason for the database to decide to erase all my posts. Supposedly only the IT can make that decision. Go figure.


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#7 Murph

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Posted 06 September 2019 - 1353 PM

Is there something in the water in Sweden that is making people lose their minds?   https://pjmedia.com/...ve-the-climate/


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#8 Panzermann

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Posted 06 September 2019 - 1906 PM

Is there something in the water in Sweden that is making people lose their minds?   https://pjmedia.com/...ve-the-climate/

 

Next we'll get soylent köttbullar at IKEA.  ^_^

 

 

But the professor is not totally wrong. We are wasting a perfectly fine protein source. IIRC the Aztecs threw body parts of the sacrificed down the back of the pyramid to feed the poor. So not really a new  idea.


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#9 Mikel2

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Posted 06 September 2019 - 1913 PM

 

Is there something in the water in Sweden that is making people lose their minds?   https://pjmedia.com/...ve-the-climate/

 

Next we'll get soylent köttbullar at IKEA.  ^_^

 

 

But the professor is not totally wrong. We are wasting a perfectly fine protein source. IIRC the Aztecs threw body parts of the sacrificed down the back of the pyramid to feed the poor. So not really a new  idea.

 

 

No cultural appropriation here :)

 

https://thefederalis...murdering-cult/


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#10 Panzermann

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Posted 07 September 2019 - 0620 AM

"Mass murdering"? Do YOU want the sun to stop moving?  :blink:

 

 

 

 

;) 


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#11 glappkaeft

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Posted 07 October 2019 - 1254 PM

Moose enters and exits pre-school by the windows and is caught on camera outside Timrå (next to Sundsvall where I grew up). 

 

Swedish but has the video
https://www.svt.se/n...m-dagisfonstret


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#12 BansheeOne

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Posted 17 November 2019 - 0638 AM

Since there is no "Because Kiwiland" thread, I'll put this here.

 

Sweden stops sale of New Zealand beer after cans explode


20 Nov, 2016 10:13am
 
Business writer, NZ Herald

Sales of a New Zealand-produced beer have started with a bang in Sweden. And ended.

 

Sales of Aro Noir were halted Friday, the same day they began, because authorities reported that some cans exploded.

 

Systembolaget said customers who bought of Aro Noir by the Wellington-based brewery Garage Project should return the cans and get their money back. One customer told the Herald his can exploded, and Systembolaget said cans had exploded in two stores.

 

On its Website, Systembolaget described Aro Noir as have a "malty, roasted aroma with hints of pumpernickel bread, coffee, prunes, cocoa, tobacco and licorice." It was sold at 33.90 kronor ($5.22) for a 33-centiliter (11.16 fluid oz) can.

 

In Sweden, alcohol is sold only through Systembolaget's nationwide network of more than 430 stores.

 

Jos Ruffel, co-founder of Garage Project, confirmed there had been an issue with a batch of Aro Noir. He said consumers had reported over gassed cans and an instance of cans leaking beer on a shelf top.

 

"After laboratory testing of retention samples we found that a number of cans of Aro Noir were over carbonated. The issue was isolated to two batches of Aro Noir with no evidence of problems in any other beers. This is a beer quality issue with no negative impact from a health perspective. However the result was extremely foamy beer and in a couple of instances the buildup of pressure had been sufficient to pop the seam of the can causing beer to spray out," he said.

 

"On discovering this we contacted Ministry of Primary Industries immediately and launched a voluntary product withdrawal across New Zealand and Australia. The cans were returned and destroyed and the MPI case has been closed.

 

"Unfortunately it appears that a very small amount of the affected batch of Aro Noir has found its way to Sweden. We are currently looking into how this happened and why this stock was not captured in our recall plan. "

 

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https://www.nzherald...jectid=11751112


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#13 Ivanhoe

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Posted 17 November 2019 - 1114 AM

Two things that sadden me:

  1. Sweden importing canned beer;
  2. someone on planet Earth wasted precious barley and haps brewing a beer with "hints of pumpernickel bread, coffee, prunes, cocoa, tobacco and licorice."

TBH, I blame the Brits. By fumbling the ball and losing their Empire, all sorts of unwanted ripple effects have occurred (I would have typed "knock-on effects" but nobody panders to the southern England crowd but the Beeb and PBS).


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