Sooo, meine Kreuzchen sind gemacht. Ich war heute im Ettlinger Wahlamt und habe direkt vor Ort die Briefwahl durchgeführt (bin ja am 18.9. "verhindert"). Viele denken, sie müssen den Zettel erst mit heim nehmen und dann ankreuzen, aber im Amt ist auch eine Wahlkabine zum direkten Ausfüllen aufgebaut.
Movies and TV series are shown in the U.S. quite a bit earlier than they come to Germany. (They have to be translated etc...) Usually I don't care but when you go to the U.S., you're heavily endangered to miss good films and TV series. - Crap.
I wanted to see Sin City in the original, english version while I am still in Germany, but no movie theatre anywhere in Karlsruhe shows it in English. They all have the German version, though. Plus, there is no chance to see it in a cinema in the U.S.: The film has already left cinemas for quite a long time and the DVD was released two weeks ago. Argh! (Hm, maybe they offer those dvd rental machines in Oregon, soon?)
Another PoA (point of annoyance ;) ) is that CSI: NY starts on German TV just next week, but the first season has already been on TV in the U.S. a lot of times. I nearly assume, if I eventually happen to get a TV (or freevo? :) ), the second season will start before I were able to see the first one. grrmpf
Okay, you're right: I really shouldn't watch TV at all. It's too frustrating ;)
But I'm going to watch quite a lot of new movies and tell my German friends if it was good - for them to be excited for about two months until the film comes to German cinemas! I am so evil, I know ;) hehe
Liebe Leser, darf ich vorstellen?
Gerade wurde die Sitzung zur Urteilsbegründung des Bundesverfassungsgerichts in den Klagen zur Wahl 2005 geschlossen.