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The Ohlsdorf Cemetery features a lot of statues. Some are very beautiful, some less so. And then there is this creepy one.

Sculpted in 1905 by Artur Leder it was named "Das Schicksal" - "The Destiny". A woman sternly walks forward. With each hand she pulls two younger persons at their hairs across the ground. To her right is a young woman, eyes closed, as if accepting her destiny. To her left is a young male, his right hand reaching out into the path of the woman in a futile attempt to block her path.

Whatever happened or will happen is up to the viewer's imagination.
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Looks like she is pulling the girl against her will and the boy seems to except the help even extending his arm to help along. Nah probably just reading to much into it. 
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Herr Fischer schreibt über die Lügenpresse und die Wahrheit. Lesenswert, wie alle seine Kolumnen.
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Eines ist sicher: Jeder hat seine eigene Wahrheit. Was öffentliche Wahrheit ist, bestimmt die Kommunikation. Doch wer hat jetzt recht?
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Seine Kolumne ist bei mir tatsächlich zu einer regelmäßigen Lektüre geworden.
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A smart experiment giving more insight into the ways our brain works than it looks at the beginning.

+Kristian Köhntopp
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Geht vielleicht nicht mit dem Internet Explorer :D
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Stable planet my ass - 15 years of earthquakes in one animation.
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Harbinger. Shot in first person view. Enjoy.
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TMITHC - watched all 10 episodes. Began very slowly, pace went up and got me hooked until the end.

Now watching episode 11. Oh... wait...
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+Berend Kapelle Alles andere wäre ja auch ein wenig geflunkert ;-)
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Hamburg's Ingress Enlightened faction donated a bench to the Ohlsdorf cemetery.
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Napoleonics
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Yesterday, during the era of Napoleon's reign, two armies fought against each other. The hills were held by brave English soldiers. They were vastly outnumbered by the advancing French forces. Who would be victorious?

Napoleonics is a two player game where each player takes over the command of one side. From the accompanying material a scenario is picked and with tokens resembling terrain features the map is laid out. Then the starting lay out of each army is done, which can highly differ. Once that is done command cards are drawn from a pile.

Each turn a player can play one command card from their hand. This is the first time luck comes into play. The cards differ by either giving the commanding player the ability to order troops in a certain position, that is either left flank, middle or right flank (or any combination thereof) and limiting the amount of troops being ordered. Or by giving the ability to order troops of a kind.
Simplified example: "left flank (3)" would allow a player to order three troops from the left flank whilst "any 4 infantry" would allow a player to choose from any area of the battlefield.

This highly limits the possibilities a commander has available, obviously. In addition each troop has it's own features. Infantry can shoot at range two while cannons can target enemies up to range 5. Cavalry can be devastating against infantry, while having no possibility to shoot at range. Wounded troops are less effective than full strength units and so on.

Combat will be done by rolling six sided dice. The different units are resembled on the dice with some additions. To keep it simple: if the defending units symbol shows up they take one hit.

The turns alternate and new cards are drawn for every played card, refreshing the options one has. Victory conditions vary by scenario, either by defeating the enemy's forces or by gaining victory points.

A game lasts for about 45 to 60 minutes, if rules are known.

In this scenario historically the British forces were able to fend off the French and despite a very brave move by the French player, accumulating 4 victory points in one single move bringing them up to 6, the British player countered by gaining 3, thus moving up to 7 and winning.
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Undercover Boss: Kylo Ren
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Today a small package arrived, filled with highly detailed purity seals and customised scrolls. Thanks to Liselle ( lisellemade.etsy.com ) who did an oustanding job; I can see the care and love which went into these items.
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Holy violin, Batman! +Lindsey Stirling released a new video!
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