Continued from here are some repliez↓
>It seems like things could get super crazy if Spain, England, and Germany all got together to drink.
>A while ago, in Germany’s Impossible Game,
there’s an image of Denmark saying something like “let’s build a bridge”
and I think I saw such a thing quite a while ago.
I have a feeling I saw a comic or a drawing of it on Bamboo Thicket at the time,
but I can’t remember where I’ve seen it.
I think it’s this article that I published on the blogz↓
Denmark’s motivation is a tremendous project.
Even over the course of 2011, Denmark seemed to silently go ahead with the bridge project.
Currently, it seems that they’ll begin construction in 2014 and it’ll be completed around 2020.
Germany’s opposing view, “If we build a road… animals could get run over!!”
It’s a worry for all roads…
【Supplement * Germany and Denmark’s bridge】
By the way, there is a “bridge” that Germany and Denmark were talking about.
A bridge spanning the Fehmarn Belt in the Baltic Sea to connect Germany and Denmark is currently under construction.
Quite a while ago, there was a passionate appeal from Denmark to Germany to narrow the space between them, which was until now quite a long way around and inaccessible.
Germany’s first ferry company was not profitable. Having felt that they indirectly refused it for environmental and funding reasons, Denmark exclaimed, “then I’ll pay the full price of the bridge!!” and took out an outrageous loan. With hard work, they reached a consensus on Denmark’s soulful bridge (but it looks like Germany also paid quite a bit).
It looks as though they’ll pay back the construction cost of the perseverance bridge with a toll fee from the Danish side, but it’s quite generous, or rather, tremendous…
They had a signing ceremony in 2008. They’ll begin in 2011, and should be finished by 2018.
Germany will be closer to Denmark, including Norway and Sweden,
so the economic situation and the partnership balance of the vicinity will seemingly change.
>In America, when I attended a potluck dinner party, “I’ll do what I can with Japanese candy!”
resulted in “Takenoko no Sato”, but I brought along some tempura. →They only ate the batter orz
Whatever the inside contents were, they would eat nothing but the batter (^^；)
Only the batter?!!
Americans really love the crispy parts of deep fried food.
Cartman also would eat only the crispy parts of chicken, only for the boys to cut him off.