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Corona diary: Farewell my summer love

Christina/ November 3, 2020/ The daily grind

„Farewell my summer love“ was a song by Michael Jackson. Some kind of melancholy resonated with it, now it is here. Summer has definitely gone by, the first half of autumn is over and I am taking some time off from everyday life. An everyday life that gets more stressful, Corona makes it even more difficult. But I does not

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Corona diary: Plugging away for the common hamster

Christina/ June 25, 2020/ The daily grind

The economic future for Germany is not too bright these days, whether self-inflicted or through no fault of its own, the state of play is gloomy. Lufthansa depends on public aid, the German meat industry sends the R-factor of the Corona virus up again and Wirecard with its CEO Markus Braun takes the biscuit, both morally and legally. The company’s

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Corona diary: Fracking in Thune

Christina/ June 18, 2020/ The daily grind

“Well, is this already Dallas?” I think to myself in the face of oil operations, an astonishingly sight that I only knew from American TV series of the eighties having the same name. Just two hours ago I started my joyride with my little black bike (LBB) and once again the tour offered some surprises to me. Suddenly there is

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