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Duluth ist verdammt genial

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Dave P

about 6 years ago

Duluth: Where the wind never stops blowing.

Paul Lundgren

about 6 years ago

I think you mean, "Duluth: Wo der wind weht nie aufhört."

spy1

about 6 years ago

His jeggings are epic.

Sam

about 6 years ago

Americans know Germany.

Lawrence Lee

about 6 years ago

What's the password?

Paul Lundgren

about 6 years ago

Apparently whomever uploaded the video changed it from public to private after it was posted here.

spy1

about 6 years ago

How very German of them.

TimK

about 6 years ago

Many years ago, a German student crashed on my couch for a night while on a musical pilgrimage across the U.S. He was in Duluth to see the birthplace of Dylan. That night we watched Sprockets on SNL and everyone was howling with laughter- except the German kid. I asked him why he wasn't laughing. Didn't he think this was funny? He replied, "This is like all the popular dance shows on TV. It's a dance show. It is not supposed to be funny."

Paul Lundgren

about 6 years ago

The video is back now. Thanks to Dave for finding the alternate version.

adam

about 6 years ago

Was this made for the German cruise ship folks?

Herzog

about 6 years ago

On Why Tourists and Residents Alike Only go to Park Point, MN:

I can't believe they were able to crop out Central Hillside?  If there's one thing I know about Germans/Scandinavians/Dutch/Danes, they like their shit clean and perfect.  Must've been an engineer's nightmare to photoshop this video.  It's stunning to me, proud resident of Lakeside, how non existent every single beach north of Lake Aire bottle shop is to residents and tourists alike.  It's like these places north of town don't even exist. When I was in Sweden, lost on some island I couldn't pronounce, I couldn't believe how much like Park Point it looked.  Here I went half way around the god damned world to Valhalla. Was like I never even left Minnesota. 

One time, I tried to explain to a nice German lady how back in the states, we have these people who may sometimes try to fornicate a dead deer, and how these recreations may often occur more in our neighboring state, but that it's not impossible for a Norwegian bachelor in the privacy of his lonely stretch of MN highway to try this too.  She told me that in Germany, it's the Bavarians.  I nodded understandingly.

Zedhead

about 6 years ago

How in the heck does a conversation drop to the level of, "people who may sometimes try to fornicate a dead deer"?

Strange?

mlatsch

about 6 years ago

I'm sad that tansies represent "outdoor paradise."

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