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Old 07-22-2009, 08:58 PM   #14
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i confirm the astounding reliability of east german appliances. when i was a student i shared an appartement with 3 german guys. they had a radio which we kept in the kitchen for listening to music during meals. we used it every day (Radio Nova : "toutes les musiques"). it was a rather massive and utilitarian affair and possibly older than i was. they assured me that every east german had a radio just like it, although i can't remember the brand. one day there was some sort of electrical incident and the plug melted. i bought a new plug at a do it yourself shop, cut off the end of the cable, stripped the wires and put it on, and it worked as good as new. the thing was unkillable.
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