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Alicia 1 weeks ago
Btw: Burgers = Hamburgers have their origin in Hamburg / Germany 35
       
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Nelson 1 weeks ago
Alicia,

and?

cars originated in the U.s, but different countries still have different brands.
       
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Lula 1 weeks ago
Nelson,Cars originated in Germany, Mercedes and Benz. Mass production made big by Ford.
       
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Lionel 1 weeks ago
Lula,
Actually is was Daimler and Benz, Mercedes is a product name.
       
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Martin 1 weeks ago
Lula, it’s funny how every nation thinks they invented the automobile. Ask an American and they’ll say Ford or Dodge Bros. Germans will say Karl Benz. A close friend from India very bitterly claims it was India.

The truth is that there were breakthroughs all over the world around the same time. Benz was the first to patent a combustion engine design and Ford was the first to mass produce a factory built car - both very big differences from inventing the car. There were many different automobiles in use all over the world, including electric and steam powered, long before Benz and Ford, all of which laid the foundation for modern cars. As early as the 17th century, China was using steam powered automobiles for personal transportation on roadways regularly - like in the 1600s. That’s pretty incredible. So there were important contributions from all over the world that eventually led to modern cars.
       
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Jos 1 weeks ago
Alicia,

You probably think frankfurters originated in Frankfurt, too! JC-LOL
       
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Nap 1 weeks ago
#10 For the record? That is an abomination. Even if you don't make homemade biscuits, there's decent buttermilk biscuits that're so close to homemade that can be found in most grocery stores freezer sections. Margarine-laced sliced sludge peeled from a pre-packaged fridge tube does not a biscuit make! And for all that is holy, split the biscuit in half before slathering all that gravy goodness over them. Y'all are welcome.
       
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Archie 1 weeks ago
#20 Amazing food??!! No comment....
       
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Jos 1 weeks ago
Archie,

You’ve obviously never eaten at Denny’s!
       
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Mabel 1 weeks ago
An actual positive American post? I almost fell over. So used to being insulted by all the wise all knowing Euros who frequent this site. Look at me I'm blushing over here. Seriously come to Seattle man. No friendly people anywhere!
       
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Benjamin 1 weeks ago
Mabel,

...Seatle s#cks, been 'ere, done that.
       
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Obediah 1 weeks ago
#17 Its not common, because Houses are not made from cardboard here in Germany. There is actually a federal law restricting that. No active A/C. The cooling during goes by the buildings mass and insolation. And thats a good thing. Otherwise it would be too engergy consuming and therefore lead to an even bigger climatical impact.
       
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Lynn 1 weeks ago
“American Football is without a doubt the best sport on Earth" anyone not from usa agrees this?
       
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Lynn 1 weeks ago
"good morning" from states?
       
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Rilly 1 week ago
Never read a bigger pile of bullsh#t than this. Deep faked by a eurotrash b*tch much?
       
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Gertrude 23 hours ago
People working very hard and getting stuff done.
       
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