Re: Are there some of you in Munich and Germany ?
2009/10/5 Meike Reichle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
first of all, welcome to Germany. I hope you'll like it here!
For the moment, yes, it's really different from Paris ;o)
I am afraid I am not living in München, but in Hildesheim, which is a good
600km away. But if you ever get to those parts drop me a line, I'd be glad
to meet up with you!
Great :D Maybe soon, I am curious about Germany.
Thanks to all of you who answered!
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Ludwig-Maximilians University (LMU) of Munich
What happens when you've worked too long in the lab :
*You wonder what absolute alcohol tastes like with orange juice.
*Warning labels invoke curiosity rather than caution.
*The Christmas nightout reveals scientists can't dance, although a formula for the movement of hands and feet combined with beats per min is found scrawled on a napkin by a waiter the next day.
*When you have twins, you call one of them John and the other - Control.