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Bjoern Draegert
Works at Bavarian Beerhouse
Attended Grundschule Steinhagen
Lives in London, UK
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What an amazing cover of a great song! 
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Are you kidding me? A three page PDF file that only explains the theoretical ways to unlock a phone? What a bootload of crap.
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This news feed is as messed up as the one in Facebook, not in a chronological order anymore and often enough I can't watch YouTube videos on my Android right from the stream. I might have missed something but I couldn't find anything to customise it.
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Amazing phone... but I just got the old HTC One a couple of weeks ago and still love it. The OnePlus One (what a boring name) is also 5.5" large, too big if you ask me, who went from the S2 to the Note 2 and on to the Galaxy Mega 6.3 and now back to the 4.7" HTC One which is a very good size.
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+bmw2go11 Well, you never said it out right. But it seems like the name is a factor in decided whether he gets a phone or not. Even though it has the same name as his current phone, he calls it boring.
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IBEX House, Portsoken Street, London.

From Skyscrapernews.com:

"Ibex House is probably the largest surviving example of Streamline Moderne, a short-lived form of Art Deco seen in the mid to late 1930s, and mostly used in London by an entire generation of Odeon cinemas, and most famously by the Daily Express Building.

Upon completion Ibex House boasted the longest continuous glass curtain walls in the United Kingdom along its H plan footprint.

Also cladding Ibex House are horizontal cream ceramic bands of buff, and strips of black faience running upwards adding a vertical element, plus curving corners characteristic of Streamline Moderne..

Of particular note is the curving glass staircase set on the southern side of the building that continues to project out past the upper set backs of the building. It serves not only to provide access up through the centre of the building, but unlike the identical north one, also helps work as an informal viewing area for the buildings occupants looking south towards the Tower of London and Tower Bridge."
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Wonderful version of a great English song!
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Yay, the first episode of the Primary Phase has just been broadcast on BBC Radio4 and I couldn't wait for the next one so I found this one!
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The wheels, especially at the front, look superb! The engine is very noisy but sounds ok. The SD200/202 Voith gearbox whining is too loud, gearchange is more like ZF. Otherwise a very nice model! 
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Yeah, that should help getting rid of at last some of my dodgy followers.
Beautiful picture by the way, I would love to be one of them!
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Wow, what an amazing sound! Or should I say noise? Anyway, it's still amazing.
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Looks like I've missed the last tube... buses don't run either due to filming...
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It was the 25 of which the first passed by without stopping (it wasn't full), I'm now on the 257, but almost at home, 3 more stops to go.
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Work
Occupation
Technical Manager
Employment
  • Bavarian Beerhouse
    Caretaker, present
  • Foodmaster Ltd.
  • Pokra GmbH, Berlin
  • Berlin City Tour, Berlin
  • IAV GmbH, Berlin
  • Deutsches Rotes Kreuz, Bielefeld
  • Spedition Heeck, Kleve/Herford
  • Strothmann, Schloß Holte - Stukenbrock
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London, UK
Previously
Rochester, UK - Canterbury, UK - Sevenoaks, UK - Basildon, UK - Berlin, Germany - Steinhagen, Germany - Bielefeld, Germany
Story
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Android lover, London, photography, transport.
Introduction
London, North of the River, East of the city. Geekish, Android, gay. Buses are part of my life, I love Routemasters!
Bragging rights
Deliberately living in England, loving buses of almost any sort.
Education
  • Grundschule Steinhagen
  • Ratsgymnasium Bielefeld
  • FHTW Berlin
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Male
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Friends, Dating, A relationship, Networking
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Single
Other names
Bjoern, Björn, Bjorn, Paul
This must be one of the worst Wetherspoons I know (and I've been to quite a few). They have always run out of many things food wise, very small selection of real ales, dirty tables, ramshackle furniture and so on. It really needs a makeover with a replacement of the pub management
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Very nice place, East London style. Very nice staff, great coffee and nice nibbles (if a bit on the pricey side). I had a (incidentally gluten free) very yummy mandarin chocolate cake. I will definitely come back!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Very nice coffee, great iced latte or cold drip. Good advice from the friendly staff, shop itself is a bit bleak but that's standard with most of those hipster coffee shops... Anyway, cake and snacks are on the expensive side but look very tasty.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
For me this is the most annoying Wetherspoons Pub ever (and I know about 30 or more and also am a regular, just not in this pub). It's like it was in the former GDR, most answers from the staff begin with 'I'm afraid we don't have.... anymore' or 'we've run out of....'. If it's ale, desserts, Sunday Roast or simply friendliness, something's always not available. The items which can be ordered are normally okay like in other Wetherspoons and reasonably priced.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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My favourite laundrette. Friendly and helpful staff, clean, machines in good working order. The powerful centrifugal spinners are very helpful and reduce the time in the drier by 50%. Open until 9pm every day. Very recommended.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I came across this nice place today when pedalling along the Lea Navigation. First I had a look at the impressing beam steam engine next door and then had a coffee and a piece of cake here afterwards. Short summary: Life is too short for poor coffee, don't drink one here, it's dreadful. It started with the lady in charge of the espresso machine filling two thirds of the big coffee bowl with 'coffee', all through the same bit of ground coffee (suitable for not more than a third of the amount of water used, also obviously not from fresh beans) thus washing all the bitterness out of it and into the bowl. Making a good coffee is an art but no rocket science. Why does nobody show them how it's done? Can't say anything about the food, the blueberry cheesecake was obviously not homemade but still nice.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Apparently newly reopened, a beautiful pub with some modern accents but overall historic appearance but more in a restaurant than a traditional pub style. Rather expensive (in Wetherspoon terms), good food of the usual Wsp standard.
Quality: Very GoodFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago