Archive for the ‘Germany’ Category

New Dictionary Highlights Nazi Words to Avoid

02/10/2008

While researching German architects, I came across this in the latest English language edition of Spiegel Online. So if you’re going to work in Germany, don’t hesitate to pick up a copy of the New Dictionary That Highlights Nazi Words to Avoid.

Buy it here.

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12/31/2006

Carfree in Deutschland – leave your ‘Beamer’ behind.

In this new German community you won’t need it.

And it won’t fit down some of the roads.

That’s the way it’s planned.

-E

12/31/2006

Carfree in Deutschland – leave your ‘Beamer’ behind.

In this new German community you won’t need it.

And it won’t fit down some of the roads.

That’s the way it’s planned.

-E

12/31/2006

Carfree in Deutschland – leave your ‘Beamer’ behind.

In this new German community you won’t need it.

And it won’t fit down some of the roads.

That’s the way it’s planned.

-E

11/27/2006

A bunker into a museum? What’s new about that?

The New York Times reports that in Germany they’re going to turn a old grey concrete war bunker into a museum.
A museum in a bunker? Don’t we have that here in Chicago?!


Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art by Josef Paul Kleihues from Berlin.

The Times says of the new museum in Germany,
“Venturing into the labyrinth of dark tunnels is like wandering onto a set for Dr. Strangelove.”

That’s what climbing these steps is like!

Maybe they should emblazon this, from the museum in Germany, on the steps of ‘das Chicago Bunker’

instead of the corporate logos seen above and here.
lol,
-Edvard

11/27/2006

A bunker into a museum? What’s new about that?

The New York Times reports that in Germany they’re going to turn a old grey concrete war bunker into a museum.
A museum in a bunker? Don’t we have that here in Chicago?!


Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art by Josef Paul Kleihues from Berlin.

The Times says of the new museum in Germany,
“Venturing into the labyrinth of dark tunnels is like wandering onto a set for Dr. Strangelove.”

That’s what climbing these steps is like!

Maybe they should emblazon this, from the museum in Germany, on the steps of ‘das Chicago Bunker’

instead of the corporate logos seen above and here.
lol,
-Edvard

11/27/2006

A bunker into a museum? What’s new about that?

The New York Times reports that in Germany they’re going to turn a old grey concrete war bunker into a museum.
A museum in a bunker? Don’t we have that here in Chicago?!


Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art by Josef Paul Kleihues from Berlin.

The Times says of the new museum in Germany,
“Venturing into the labyrinth of dark tunnels is like wandering onto a set for Dr. Strangelove.”

That’s what climbing these steps is like!

Maybe they should emblazon this, from the museum in Germany, on the steps of ‘das Chicago Bunker’

instead of the corporate logos seen above and here.
lol,
-Edvard