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June 27 2015

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… Es bestehe ein berechtigtes „betriebliches Interesse,“, dass er seinen „Dienst nicht mit einem derart auffälligen Haarband“ verrichte. Das untergrabe die  Wirkung der Uniform, die Autorität ausstrahlen solle.  Deshalb hätte er sich nicht „beharrlich“ gegen die  Weisungen sträuben dürfen. Sein Einwand, ohne dem Band mit den Haaren im Gesicht quasi blind zu sein,  änderte daran nichts.   Beim Oberlandesgericht Linz blitzte er mit seiner Berufung ab.  Ein  Richtersenat  befand: So darf ein Busfahrer in den Augen der Fahrgäste nicht aussehen. …
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So who's going to tell Fred it snows everyday?
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June 26 2015

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April 11 2015


Finally, a don’t-judge-the-book-by-its-cover bookshop in Australia!


(Photo by James Rollins)

Quite literally, the Elizabeth’s Bookshop in Australia got a simple, but brilliant idea, selling secondhand books wrapped up in brown paper like gifts, and writing in clues which will certainly tickle one’s curiosity!

A Blind Date with a Book is how they call it. It’s a promo which started in 2014, basically for those who wanted to save time choosing a book, by not judging on how they look like.


(Photo Tag the Bird)

The bookshop’s website describes the idea:

A Blind Date with a Book is basically a MYSTERY title alluded to by clues on the plain brown paper wrapper.

One of the wrapped up books would read like this:

  • First novel by top 19th c English Lit / 20th c  cult author
  • “And what are you reading, Miss ———- ?” “Oh! Its only a novel” replies the young lady.
  • Gothic heroine, Romantic mystery, Creepy old building
Someone bold enough and take the challenge guessing what book is this?
Moon shadow during the solar eclipse March 2015
- altitude: 14km
- aircraft speed: 950 km/h
- moon shadow speed: 3000 km/h

April 09 2015

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Der Nachtwächter Karl Martin August Splitgerber
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January 21 2015

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