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Wie sollte dein traum date sein

Dream first date: At a café, having a cup of coffee or other drinks, just chatting about life and interests. You know, getting to know each other better. Could also involve going out for dinner, drinks, or whatever.
Other than that, dream dates would just be hanging out, doing something we both like (concert, show, movie, event, chatting, whatever - nothing in particular).

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Wie soll man sich im fall einer Atombombenexplosion verhalten?

Seek shelter under and behind something strong, and you may increase your chance of survival from the initial blast. If you know beforehand that a nuclear blast is coming (a few minutes out, at least), seek shelter underground, if possible. If you have a subway/underground train station near you, go there. This is only based on various documentaries (and other similar material) I've seen about the Cold War throughout the years, but survival mainly relies on luck (where you were at the time of the explosion; distance from the blast, shelter/protection from your location, etc). I hope we never need to use this knowledge in real life, though.

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Mit der Zeit verändert sich der Geschmack: in der Jugend hören wir eine Musik, dann eine andere. Hat sich dein Geschmack verändert? Welche Musik mochtest du in deiner Jugend und welche magst du jetzt?

Tastes do change - sometimes to include more music you may have missed in its time, sometimes to no longer like the music you once liked. I'm more of the first type. In my youth, I was mostly into classic rock (like Pink Floyd, Boston, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Alan Parsons Project, etc), comedic pop (Weird Al, Knutsen & Ludvigsen, etc), and music along those lines, while I didn't care too much for "newer" rock music (Nirvana, Guns 'n' Roses, Pearl Jam, Iron Maiden, etc), even though my peers were very much into them. Yes, I do remember getting weird looks from my classmates in music class when we were sharing the music we were into (but still a "thumbs up" from my teachers). Nowadays, I still like that music, but I've widened my taste to also include some bands/music from the 1980's and 1990's that I didn't care about (or missed completely) during my youth, and I also like some newer pop, rock, alt.rock, etc. that's being released today.

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