|Subject: Neuss, Germany|
Posted May 15, 2000 by Slash/Europe
I have do remark, that NEUSS is NOT situated in southern Germany nor is the river Rhine. You find in (accurate) maps near the Dutch border, so the Rhine resembles nearly the WESTERN edege of Germany. Be so kind and replace "SOUTHERN" by "WESTERN" and we all (the Germans, especially the Neussians (or however the english version of that people ha to look) will agree. Agree?
Agree, well not fully, the river Rhein, in Parts actually dose lie in Southern Germany, coming from Switzerland and runing through the bodensee, it is predestinated to wasch all that Southern German Dirt into Neuss, Düsseldorf and Amsterdam naming a few important citys along the way.
Agreed, S1ckboy. By the way, we should add, that not only the Swiss Dirt (Is there any Dirt in Switzerland? I thought that it's prohibited.) but as well the French and Liechtensteinian dirt is washed through German cities towards the Netherlands, wich aren't fond of it. I think, we've cleared the geographical things satisfactorily by now. Kind regards.
(I presume You, S1ckboy, to be a native German speaker, so why do we conversate in English?)
...that's what is really behind it all!!!!
Sorry, but someone has to tell the truth about it.
What do You mean, Whizzjazzky?
The dirt or the geographical weirdness
of the discussion and/or article?
Just the city of Neuss! I think it's a waste of time going there.
Agreed. I had to go there for work, one month in 1996.
Except for the money I took, it was waste of time.
So come to "Bergisches Land", opposite side of Rhine,
much better an a place where I like to live, not only
Bergisches what? Can't find it in the guide! You should do your very best for a new entry!
Bergisches LAND, my friend. Have another try. NOW.
Okay, I've got it! Good for cruisin', isn't it.
Not only cruising, but as well for Living!
Come here, have fun, pick a beer!
Ah yes, you are wright, Ich spreche tatsächlich Deutsch, Ja also was Neus angeht, habt ihr ja irgendwo recht, (mit ausnahme vom Treibhaus, was aber fast als Düsseldorfer Club bezeichnet werden könnte. Aber das Bergische Land ist BETRUG JA WOHL, nicht ein einziger Berg weit und breit!!! Nur so dumme hügellandschaften!
Himmel, ich hab's doch im Guide Entry "Bergisches Land / Germany / Europe" erklärt. Bergisch hat nichts mit Bergen oder Hügeln zu tun, es kommt vom Namen der Grafen von BERG. Sonst hieße es doch Bergiges Land. Got it, Mac?
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