( I really need a secretary, which reminds me about this mathematics problems again, Link to Wikipedia page about The Secretary Problem.)

Sorry about the several days of downtime with the website. I temporarily relocated to Italy, and that LAMP package that I installed on my UBUNTU system is working pretty well, so I am developing offline mostly now and just doing the routine updates for the website until I have made significant progress offline, which may take a while given that I do not have an office or a regular internet connection. It does look like I might be able to leave Italy and the Schengen Region soon. I even asked the Polizei if they thought I would be fined, stopped or otherwise hassled when I leave Schengen and they did not seem to think so, so I will just have to wait and see. They said I am not a "criminal", and I told them, "no kidding", criminals have been assaulting me, stealing stuff from me an otherwise hassling me almost ever since I arrived in Europe about 18 months ago.

I lost count really. Quite a few incidents in Austria, theft of two suitcases at the Keleti train station in Budapest, Hungary, although I was partially compensated for that loss, but not really beause some of the lost items were priceless. Armed robbery (sort of, with a knife) in Ukraine and then a mugging in Ukraine a few days later, both reported to the local police, although probably no police reports because I did not see one or sign one. Austria: MacBook Pro computer, stolen. iPhone 6, stolen. iPhone 6 lost before that, all reported to the Polizei. Then there was that incident involving the WC at Hauptbahnhof, the theft of personal property out of a suitcase in front of Marihilfer Kirche, multiple harassments by the local Polizei. Austria started to become a not very hospitable country. And now my bank account is slightly overdrawn and in the red with some unexplained fees that have been charged to my account, around the time of my last 10 Euro automatic withdrawal donation to Wiener Tafel, that charity organization that I pledged 120 Euros to over 12 months. I must not have read or understood some of Erste Bank's policies, although they never did answer my previous inquiries about another 30 Euro or so service charge that I asked about several times without a response. I might be able to find a way to bring my balance back into the black by self-funding one of my GoFundMe drives again, which would be RIDICULOUS because I lose money by doing that and almost no one else has contributed to any of my GoFundMe drives.

Romania is interesting. "Maria" (I might still have the video despite the fact that many of them were stolen) gave a very informative and pleasant walking tour, and they have some nice art museums in Bucharest. I do not think I was technically the victim of a crime in Romania, same for Moldovia, Poland and others, and, so far, Italy has been OK. If I get back to the USA I might be able to gather up all of the doucments required to inquire about applying for citizenship in Italy. It would be really difficult to do that as a homeless person without access to documents, the e-mail, the internet or public records, and then there is that nagging medical problem that I have that might require minor surgery. If I ever get to that point I might ask the surgeon if they can do it under local anesthesia and if I can watch because it might be nice to know how to repair a hernia, without or without synthetic mesh. It might also be interesting to know what visceral pain feels like. I did find this reference, Link to article about Mesh versus non‐mesh for inguinal and femoral hernia repair. If I ever get to see a surgeon I will have to ask him or her what they recommend, what they prefer and why.

Searching the internet, I did find this, website article about overstaying a Schengen area VISA. That is a bit concerning really. I might get stopped, slapped with a huge fine and banned from returning back to Europe for a long time, if not forever. Oh well, maybe I should warn the US State Department through their STEP (Smart Traveler Enrollment Program) program that I trying to leave Schengen, and have been trying to leave Schengen for months now, because I know and knew that I have overstayed my VISA and I have not been able to leave until recently. If they receive my message, the might want to contact the Social Security Administration and tell them that my temporary password never got mailed to my mailing address in MN, and it has been almost a month since I requested that initially, with several subsequent requests through the SSA website.

It still seems pretty clear to me that someone, or some government or institution is trying to shut down my website, or at least they are trying to prevent me from owning and operating it. I left Austria recently because I was sick and tired of paying for lodging at Hostels and Hotels when I could rent a flat or apartment for much less than that. I became intermittently homeless because it was just too expensive to live and work in Austria. Unfortunately, I was unable to find a flat or an apartment to rent or lease (although I did start looking using and, so I had to leave Austria once again, this time for Italy instead of Germany.

After a few days in Italy, things were going a little more smoothly with the routine website updates, although BING / Microsoft Translate and Google Translate had a little trouble with the first paragraph of the Guten Morgen message from 27 Setpember 2018 ("zähneknirschend" is a German word). It probably is derived from weeping and gnashing of teeth as described in this Wikipedia article. I recently left the Dolomites region because I could not really get any work done there any longer. I actually e-mailed the local hospital there about inguinal hernia surgery and they have not yet responded to my inquiry, which I translated into Italian using one of those translation engines.

That trip that I took to Frankfurt, Germany was really costly, although not a complete waste because I did get some work done there in the Apple Store and at internet cafes on the business and the website. That visit that I made to the medical clinic there was a complete waste of time and money. I paid for a clinic visit. They referred me to a surgeon (chirurgo in Italian, Chirurg in Deutsch), and I could not afford to see a surgeon. One reason I went to the clinic in the first place was to get some prescriptions refilled, which they refused to do, so that really was a waste of time, money, energy and effort in Germany. A person usually needs a prescription for Prednisolone or Prednisone in Europe, and the same is true for Sildenafil and most other prescription medications, like those for cholesterol and Bipolar Disorder or Seizure Disorders. It is interesting that some of the medications historically and currently prescribed for Bipolar Disorder are actually also used to treat seizures, like carbamazepine, lamotrigine, and valproic acid. Others, like antidepressants and antipsychotics are used to treat some of the symptoms of Bipolar Disorder, like depression and mania and/or psychosis. ECT is probably a little controversial, but that is still used as a treatment for severe depression or refractory Bipolar Disorder that is unresponsive to other therapies. I should say that, based on personal experience, 2nd/3rd-generation, or atypical antipsychotics have a lot of really bad side effects, see Atypical Antipsychotic Agents.

I have to say that the Dolomites region where I was in Italy, near Belluno, was really picturesque (I posted some recent photos on one of my Facebook pages and on Instagram). It looks like it is in the middle of the Alps in a small ski resort that is really not even open yet because the ski season has not quite started yet. I finally did upload some photos to one of my 3 FaceBook accounts. but I might want to keep some of those photos for my book or my movie because if I upload them to Instagram or Facebook I will end up in this huge legal battle with FaceBook and Instagram about intellectual property rights. It looks like it is situated in the middle of the Dolomites.

I have been frequently sleep deprived and homeless because my siblings apparently do not want me wasting money on expensive Hostels or mid-range Hotels, or even on any sort of lodging whatsoever. In fact, I slept in a park under a picnic table near Ottakring just outside of Vienna, Austria during that huge thunderstorm that occurred in late September 2018 in the city of Vienna, Austria. They (not sure who "they" are anymore really, probably my siblings and multiple governments, financial institutions, booking agencies and business establishments), apparently want to see how long I will last as a homeless person, not long with the nights getting colder. I am still sort of physically, emotionally and mentally exhausted still. That is a really bad state to be in if one has a website and a business startup that needs to be kept up an operating. In fact, it is just a bad state to be in period. PayPal has been bothering me about past due payments to them. I might have to contact them back via one of their internal messaging system platforms on their website and tell them to contact the SSA if they want to garnish my SSA disability pay paycheck wages to cover my past due balance. Between that and the deductions for Medicare, that will not leave much left from the next paycheck. I actually did send them an internal message using one of those stupid templated webforms, so I am sure I will not get any sort of meaningful response back from them. I even told my siblings about that and they told me not to pay PayPal even though I have been trying to do so.

My relatives in the US are not amused and are not interested in my business or my website. I have a Samsung laptop computer that I repaired as a replacement for the MacBook Pro laptop computer that was stolen from me in Vienna, Austria. I even installed UBUNTU because I am not sure if I have any active Microsoft Windows OS license keys, and I have no way of knowing because most of my license keys are stored in a password file on my iMac computer in the USA. I was going to go over to der 48er (der achtundvierzig'er) shop to look for some inexpensive clothes and to ask the city lost and found over there if my MacBook Pro or iPhone 6 got turned in by someone. One of my sisters even gave me money to buy a new computer, and I wasted that money on that wasted trip to Germany, but now I have a computer that might be almost as good as one that I could buy for $700.00. All I had to do was add a really inexpensive and low capacity SSD drive to it and buy a power supply, after which I had to spend hours and days installing and updating software, a task that will probably never end until someone decides to steal or break this computer. I might end up breaking it myself if I try to update the BIOS using the Windows XP Virtual Machine that I installed using Oracle's VM Virtual Box for Debian LINUX systems like UBUNTU.

My huge SSA disability check, in fact, got directly deposited again into a bank account that I do not own and do not control. It is nice to know that the SSA is at least paying someone. I have another complaint about my SSA payments and benefits. Medicare taxes are withheld from my SSA paycheck. I have not even been in the USA since March of 2017, when I left. I have not received any benefits related to those premium payments. That is just sort of an observation and a complaint that no one wants to hear because that is apparently how insurance programs work. Healthy people pay into the system so that sick people can be taken care of. I must not be sick because I am not being taken care of, although I do need some dental work. I also have some really annoying medical problems, like an inguinal hernia, lumbar region back problems, neuropathies in both of my lower extremities and who knows what else. It is interesting that my former physician in Austria, that person who I gave the nickname of Ludwig von Beethoven something or other, is also an internist with a subspecialty in Rheumatology. I mentioned that because the Guten Morgen message this A.M. mentions something about physicians and surgeons in politics.

I really like drinking coffee and sitting around in coffee shops working on the website. They usually have WiFi, good coffee, food and interesting people. Just the other day I was just chatting with a relatively attractive BOKU student at a Starbucks coffee shop in Vienna, Austria. She is studying Biotechnology at BOKU and she was reading one of those Harry Potter novels, German version, Volume 3, Wikipedia page article about 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban'. She did not seem that interested in my website so she will probably never read this paragraph and know that I mentioned her on my website. I did not even get her name. She told me that she was reading Harry Potter because she just had a difficult analytical chemistry exam and needed a break from that. That was at the Starbucks over by Wien Mitte.

I was actually was there, Starbucks @Wien Mitte, again recently speaking with 3 young women from the Czech Repbublic (Czechia for short). I rudely interrupted their conversation when I had sort of dismantled the "SPONSOR" section of my website because I wanted to rewrite the code. I asked the one sitting next to me if she thought that it would be better to just show all of the sponsor logos and comments at the same time, or if it would be better to just show one at a time using something like jQuery to time the display of the sponsor logos. Her opinion was that it was OK the way it is when I showed it to her. I actually still might write some code to display them one at a time with some sort of animation effect after searching the internet about how to do that. Kind of delayed with more computer code because I am really tired and do not have office space or a workstation or a quiet place to work.

The Samsung Direct Customer Service Center is in the 3rd District. I sent them an e-mail recently and they wrote back suggesting that I might owe them over 30 Euros just for their response to my e-mail. That is crazy. I found a computer shop on the street that can make minor repairs to the laptop for a very reasonable price.

When I got the computer it was missing the hard drive, and it did not come with a power cord or a charger, so I bought a charger and a 120 GB SSD at Cyberport at Westbahnhof in Vienna, Austria for a very reasonable price. Coincidentally, Cyberport is already listed as one of my sponsors. It reminds me a little bit of these places in the USA:

  1. Link to Fry's Electronics website
  2. Link to Microcenter St. Louis Park website

There is one of those Windows OS license keys on the bottom of the computer, but that probably belongs to the person who took out the hard drive. I am trying to find out if I still have a licensed version of Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 through MicroSoft's customer service department, but I would not recommend doing that because they have terrible customer service. I had a chat conversation with Microsoft recently, but I deleted the chat because it would be really embarrassing for Microsoft for me to share that publicly as evidence for how terrible their FaceBook page is for customer service.. That is why I installed UBUNTU for now. LINUX works pretty well on the SAMSUNG laptop. Seems like the laptop might still need a new battery because it does not really hold a charge that well. Pretty soon, I will have spent close to 100 Euros getting this laptop in working order again. I cannot afford that kind of money. That is why I keep asking for donations on this website and I keep donating money to myself because no one else is interested in donating money to me.

Still reading and answering e-mails and functioning as my own administrative assistant for now. I will do a little bit of work on the website, but not that much. I have been preoccupied with getting the laptop configured so that is actually works well again.

I still have not been able to get a 1Password file that I had on an iMac 27" computer back in he USA. For some reason my relatives there see absolutely no urgency in getting that to me. I would actually tend to agree with that assessment now because I recovered a few licenses, and the other ones that I have I may not need now because I just might not need them, but it would still be nice to have that file. My brother Christopher was actually making plans to assist me with remote retrieval of some of the more important files of my iMac 27" computer Saturday or Sunday (22 and 23 September 2018), but those plans fell through because I had no one to connect up with them over the internet over the weekend because I was traveling (not back to the USA, but out of Austria, because they refused to purchase a ticket "home" for me, and they refused to send me enough money for me to purchase my own ticket "home" to the USA).

This is a little off topic, but on 12 September 2018 I started writing an abstract for the ESR meeting next March 2019, after I recovered my username and password for that account. It looks like I am still a corresponding member of that organization, I am in Vienna, Austria, the meeting is in Vienna, Austria, and I might be able to give a less than 10 minute talk about this telemedicine / radiology website that I worked on a couple of years ago. I might even get an invitation letter from the ESR to attend the meeting, which would be nice. This is the link to their website, Link to abstract submission page for ESR 2019 Congress. As a retired / disabled former physician and radiologist I am still somewhat interested in that topic. I even recovered my username and password for the RSNA, that other really large professional organization for people working in the field or radiology. The link to the 2018 meeting is Link to RSNA 2018 Meeting website. I think that I even renewed my retired status membership at no charge, and I may have even registered for the meeting. A person can sign up for the Virtual Meeting and attend the meeting over the internet, which is really nice because that is much less expensive than actually attending the meeting, and it is better for the environment.

I have to say that it is interesting to hang out in a coffee shop situated in the middle of the Dolomites with a bunch of local Italians while drinking coffee, They say "Ciao", "Buon giorno", and "Grazie" a lot. I even had time to look up something about who actually discovered coffee on WikiPedia. There is an interesting reference there that is probably not true, but still believable, "The story of Kaldi, the 9th-century Ethiopian goatherd who discovered coffee when he noticed how excited his goats became after eating the beans from a coffee plant, did not appear in writing until 1671 and is probably apocryphal.", see The World of Caffeine: The Science and Culture of the World's Most Popular Drug.

I might have enough quiet time and bandwidth left yet today to actually make some development progress with the website, in addition to the routine updates.

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E-Mobilität, Fahrverbote und neue Gesetze: Es tut sich derzeit sehr viel rund ums Auto. Das EU-Parlament einigte sich auf eine CO2-Reduktion um 40 Prozent bei Neuwagen und Vans bis zum Jahr 2030. In Deutschland hat die Regierung nach längerem Streit eine Lösung beschlossen, um Diesel-Fahrverbote in Städten mit hoher Schadstoff-Belastung zu verhindern und Anreize zum Kauf neuer Wagen zu schaffen.

Und auch unsere Bundesregierung will die Österreicher dazu bewegen, auf elektrisch betriebene Fahrzeuge umzusteigen. Aber was taugen diese Pläne? Sind sie zum Scheitern verurteilt? Wir von der „Krone“ haben in unserer heutigen Ausgabe die Maßnahmen der Regierung im Detail analysiert. Wenn Sie wissen wollen, wie es mit unseren Autos in Zukunft weitergeht: unbedingt lesen!

Gute Fahrt und schönen


E-mobility, driving bans and new laws: There is a lot going on around the car at the Moment. The EU Parliament agreed on a CO2 reduction of 40 percent for new cars and vans by the year 2030. In Germany, after prolonged dispute, the government has decided on a solution to prevent diesel driving bans in cities with high pollutant pollution and to create incentives to buy new Cars.

And our federal government also wants to persuade the Austrians to switch to electrically operated Vehicles. But what are these plans? Are you doomed? We at the "Krone" have analyzed the government's actions in detail in our present Edition. If you want to know how our cars will go on in the future: absolutely read!

Good ride and Beautiful

  1. "Link to, Financial Times website article about CO2 reductions for vehicles

The answer to the title question, "Are Some Idiots Savants ? Yes ! Some Are.", is: "YES !, some are." There are scientific peer-reviewed articles about that kind of thing. If you are interested, click on the link below:

The savant syndrome

  1. Treffert, D. A. (2009). The savant syndrome: an extraordinary condition. A synopsis: past, present, future.
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 364(1522), 1351–1357.

An interesting thing about one of the authors of that paper is that he has a FaceBook page here:

Darold Treffert FaceBook Page

I keep bumping into my co-stars because we have entered the "flirting stage" of our relationship, see Link to WIKI page about 'flirting'. Flirting can be a lot of fun, probably better than actually having sex really.

Keeping the references below and deleted the specifics about who I had a discussion with about psychology at the club.

  1. Link to WIKI page about Freud's Ego, Id and SuperEgo
  2. Link to WIKI page about Maslow' hierarchy of needs
  3. Link to WIKI page about Alfred Adler

Warning.This Web Page for SOME IDIOTS ARE SAVANTS is under active development. STRIPE payments / donations for 3 € seem to be working though.


GoFundMe drives and other fundraising projects.

The website is still being developed, but the items below are on the list:

  1. Online Free Press:
    • Kronen Zeitung Guten Morgen e-mail in multiple languages
    • Local and International News Links
  2. 2nd or 3rd Book in progress:
    • I actually helped co-author one, a non-fiction medical book, that was published, believe it or not.
    • That one did not sell very well, but it is available on Amazon dot com USA or Germany
    • There was a second medical book that did not get published.
    • I still have slides from a senior board review at UVA that probably has cases and images better than those in the book.
    • I am working on another book now, a different genre, but I am not sure that I will ever finish it or publish it.
    • I have a number of audio recordings and videos that I might want to use in the book, so it needs to be an eBook. Here are some of them:
      • Interview with Russian Law Student

      • Customer Service Call to the Social Security Administration in the USA. WARNING !!! AT LEAST R-RATED !!!, commented out for now.

  3. Independent Hostel Reviews
  4. Documentary News Series
  5. Love Stories
  6. Travel Blog

I am getting so concerned about my PayPal bill (overdue because they will not let me pay them). A US SPRINT cellular bill was recently paid, but that is one or two book chapters right there. I am so desperate for cash to buy a new computer and to pay some bills that I posted some ads on Craigslist and eBay (see below). On 28 August 2018 I discovered that the link on this website for my Craigslist posting had expired, so I had to waste about 10 minutes recovering yet more usernames / passwords. I have 2 Craigslist accounts and just now recovered both of them, and I then changed the link on this website to the acive listing. It is going to take months to years to recover from the theft of my computer with all of that data, usernames, passwords and software licenses on it. Kind of good for the blog though to provide a play-by-play.

On 29 August 2018 I discovered that my link to my eBay ad on this website was to an old eBay posting that I created. I actually reposted my eBay ad, and that ad has a different URL. I am correcting that URL today, so now the link to my eBay ad on this website should be to an active ad.

  1. Link to Craig' s List Ad for the Sale of my Personal Stuff in the USA
  2. Link to Ebay Ad for the Sale of my Personal Stuff in the USA

The STRIPE domation button for a 3 Euro contribution now seems to work because I tested it myself.

I have to say that my internet cafe charges are adding up rapidly. Probably close to 6 to 10 Euros per day at the rate of 1€ per hour. Pretty soon I will reach the 200€ mark, and after 1 year, probably enough to purchae a new MacBook computer of some type, maybe an air ?


I also have a few GoFundMe Drives, but I should deactivate the one for Wiener Tafel (deleted) because they never got back to me about using their bank info for the drive that I started up for them.

  1. Unfortunately, I got a notice from STRIPE recently about them shutting down some of my STRIPE accounts with them, probably just the GOFUNDME campaign drive accounts:

    "This is just a reminder that you will no longer be able to accept payments through Stripe beginning 7/10/2018. Once again, we are sorry that we can't work with your business. If you feel you have received this message in error, please contact us right away by replying to this email.

    It looks like some of my STRIPE accounts are still working. I might need to add a better payment confirmation methods on the website rather than just an e-mail confirmation, maybe tomorrow, 4 September 2018.

  2. campaign (Joint Venture Supplement - Still active ?): Link to Gofundme dot com campaign for dog shelter and house for parents, 100 € goal ! Subject to upwards revision later. The original campaign, the Joint Venture, was shut down after raising 20 Euros. I owe my co-star 10 Euros.

    See below:

  3. campaign (Starving Writer Fund Drive - Still active ?): Link to Gofundme dot com campaign for starving writer, literally, 2000 € goal, medical expenses

    See below:

  4. Deactivated campaign (Wiener Tafel, Charity Org in Vienna, Austria): The old URL's apparently go dead once a campaign is deactivted. If you live in Austria and have a bank account, their IBAN is: AT09 2011 1310 0530 3005, SWIFT/BIC: GIBAATWWXXX. You might be able to donate in your bank lobby.
  5. Just created another GoFundMe Campaign for a Youth Development Project in Nigeria and Africa. Still working out the details with STRIPE and GoFundMe, so the URL is not provided here yet, although it sounds really interesting because the project founder wants to build an IT school in Nigeria and then maybe elsewhere in Africa. Some details are aleady on my GoFundMe account, but setting it up appropriately is going to be tricky because I am a US Citizen with bank accounts in at least 2 countries and I have no idea what the project founder has in terms of bank accounts, citizenship, etc.
  6. Failing Business Startup (Still has potential): Link to MedPics, a Telemedicine Consultation Service
  7. Cabo San Lucas Airport Shuttle Service: Link to Los Cabos Airport Shuttle Service, Mi hermana en Baja Sur, México
  8. Realtor in Cabo San Lucas, México: Link to Realtor in Cabo San Lucas, México
  9. Realtor in Cabo San Lucas, México: Link to Realtor in Cabo San Lucas, México

Austria might want to think about offering these: Artist / Writer VISA for Digital Nomads


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And maybe as one of these: Blue Wizards from shadowofwar dot wikia dot com, see Blue Wizards

Google translate is functioning relatively well and I have a Google Developer account, so I will keep using it. There is something called iTranslate that was an Apple Design Award Winner in 2018, and BING / Microsoft has their own translation engine on the internet here. I actually have some Microsoft accounts also, so I should check out BING's performance also. I stumbled across Klingonisch on Bing, and I found an Elvish translator on a website somewhere,, so I might have to experiment around with those also. Someone also told me about a contextual language translator. It might be this one, Link to, although it does not look like they have a https connection. On 16 September 2018 I was sitting next to a German speaking person named David who later said he is from Belgium. He and I had an interesting discussion for maybe 30 minutes during which he told me about another language translator that can be found here.

In the near future, I should probably just use an AJAX call or an API call to automate the process of translating from Deutsch into as many languages as Google has avaialble because that would be much easier than doing it manually, maybe sometime when I have more time on my hands. One problem with making that procedure completely automated is that the Google AI engine that is apparently learning how to translate languages would stop learning how to do that and would just arrive at a "steady-state". Another problem with that is that Google, Inc. recently locked me out of my Developer and G-Suite account with them, although it looks like I might have access again.

Staying with translations into languages that are popular, that I have at least a little familiarity with or which are native to people who I have met recently. My language list has gotten pretty large at this point. I should not have to add many more to represent most of Eastern and Western Europe. I started sort of building a control panel for this website, and I might eventually just migrate away from Joomla ! completely, but not yet, because Joomla ! does have some very nice features. I temporarily disabled a number of languages for now because it takes much time and effort to manually go through the translations everyday. That takes time away from development work. I should probably add the Romance languages back later.

  1. Some time ago I met a Universität Wien law student at a Starbucks off of Graben near Stephansplatz in Vienna, Austria, so that is one reason why I added Russian to my language list (she is Russian, listen to the audio recording). I told her the same story that I have been telegraphing all around Europe for months now. She was even aware of that international arbitration law competition that was held in Vienna, Austria. I learned about that from a Turkish law student from Istanbul, Turkey while I was just sort of hanging out at the Vienna International Airport because I was thinking about leaving Austria in order to comply with the Schengen Region rules governing travel within the Schengen Region. I cannot believe how many law students they have at that Universität. It must be one of the largest law schools in Europe.

    I even have a pretty interesting audio recording of my interview with the law student from Russia, but I am not sure that I want to post it on my website yet because she might sue me for libel or slander or something. I did listen to it again though and it really sounds OK to release into the public domain.

    I could probably listen to the audio recording below twice per week and not get sick of it.

    Here it is:

    I actually have personally met quite a few Russian & Ukrainian men & women, and I even recently inquired about obtaining a VISA to travel to Russia, probably St. Petersburg (Leningrad), or back to Ukraine, mostly so that I can continue working on my book and/or my movie project. I could mention that another one of my real-life and fictional girlfriends is Russian. The one that I am thinking of recently traveled back to her home town called Novosibirsk, and then to Singapore and Malaysia. I have no idea where she is now or if she is going back to Siberia or returning to Vienna, Austria at some point.

    Even more bizarre is the fact that I sent an e-mail to the Italian Embassy recently asking about how a person can apply for citizenship with that country. I am still trying to work all of that out. I was out at the Vienna International Airport (Flughafen) again recently and met a young Italian from Milan. She and I had coffee together just after midnight. She was en route back to Milan where she works in something similar to a pastry shop.

  2. Afrikaans is an interesting language. The Dutch, the British and other Europeans inhabited South Africa some time ago, and that is probably how the Afrikaans language evolved. Sort of amazing, but the Constitution of South Africa recognizes 11 different langauges: Sepedi, Sesotho, Setswana, siSwati, Tshivenda, Xitsonga, Afrikaans, English, isiNdebele, isiXhosa and isiZulu.

  3. I try to make up for yesterdays by getting an early start on the following days, sometimes, but not always. There have been days when I have forgotten to translate the Guten Morgen message completely, and then there was that time when my iPhone 6 was lost, missing or stolen and I spent almost all day trying to find it. I even filed a police report, and then later found the iPhone 6 myself through amateurish detective work and then wrote a short story about that incident and posted the story right here on this website. I have been hoping that people would read that and then contribute like maybe 2 or 3 Euros because I could use 2 or 3 Euros for something. Since then, my iPhone 6 and my MacBook Pro were stolen, but that was my fault because I was taking a nap during the daytime in a park and someone stole those from me.

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  1. "Link to, Financial Times website article about CO2 reductions for vehicles
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Old References (Lost a few of these due to startup business hiccups, but I was able to recover most of them):
  1. Link to - Voice of America website article about murder of Slovakian journalist Jan Kuciak and his girlfriend, Martina Kusnirova
  2. Link to website article about referendum in Macedonia to change the name and consequences
  3. Link to Wikipedia page article about Thomas Drozda
  4. Link to website article about speeding Porsche on the A1
  5. Link to website article about Pamela Rendi-Wagner
  6. Link to Wikipedia page article about Pamela Rendi-Wagner (duplicate link)
  7. Link to website article about informal meeting of the EU heads of state
  8. Link to website article about Christian Kern
  9. Link to Wikipedia article about Donald Tusk, President of European Council
  10. Link to Wikipedia article about Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, President of Egypt
  11. Link to website article about Kimberger
  12. Link to Susanne Wiesinger's book about cultural struggles in the classroom
  13. Link to website article about Austria's team
  14. Link to Wikipedia article page about the 2018 Davis Cup
  15. Link to website about the Festival in Graz, Austria
  16. Link to website article about healthcare reform in Austria
  17. Link to, World Health Organization, website article about alcohol consumption
  18. Link to, World Health Organization, website article with link to 2018 report
  19. Link to Wikipedia article about Michelle Bachelet
  20. Link to website article about Susanne Wiesinger, teacher and author in Vienna, Austria and her book
  21. Link to New York Times Article about Google in Deal to Settle Europe’s Antitrust Case, old one
  22. Link to Bloomberg Article about Google's Secret Offer to Settle EU’s Android Probe
  23. Link to website article about Susanne Wiesinger, teacher and author in Vienna, Austria and her book
  24. Link to website, IMAS International
  25. Link to Wikipedia article about Johann Gudenus, FPÖ
  26. Link to Katia-Wagner-Talk interview
  27. Link to New York Times Article about Google in Deal to Settle Europe’s Antitrust Case, old one
  28. Link to Bloomberg Article about Google's Secret Offer to Settle EU’s Android Probe
  29. Link to Wikipedia article (German) about Maria Vassilakou
  30. Link to Wikipedia article (German) about Efgani Dönmez
  31. Link to Wikipedia article (English) about The President of the European Commission
  32. Link to Wikipedia article (German) about Thilo Sarrazin
  33. Link to Wikipedia article (English) about Thilo Sarrazin
  34. Link to Wikipedia article (German) about Conny Bischofberger
  35. Link to website article about the EU supporting the end of daylight savings time in the EU
  36. Link to website (Humanities Lab, The Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology | Lund University) article about digital classrooms
  37. Link to, website article about the raid on the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution
  38. Link to, website article about daylight savings time in Europe
  39. Link to Wikipedia article about daylight saving time
  40. Link to Deutsche Welle's (, website article about apprenticeships and asylum sekkers in Austria
  41. Link to article about the same topic
  42. Link to article about weather in Austria
  43. Link to website article about Dominik Schrott (ÖVP) resignation
  44. Link to website article about PAKS Nuclear Power Project
  45. Link to disturbing article about Wikipeida shutdown - click to read more
  46. Link to website article about Bundeskanzler Sebastian Kurz hiking in Kasberg
  47. Link to website article about Putin attending Austrian Foreign Minister Kneissl's wedding
  48. Link to website article about Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Ausrian Schools
  49. Link to, PDF document from Social Affairs Ministry about Youth & Work in Austria
  50. Link to website article about the harmful effects of plastics, mostly BPA's
  51. Link to Wikipedia page about the BPA controversy
  52. A couple of different references about poverty levels in Austria, Link to Borgen Project article about poverty in Austria, and "Link to .pdf document from Die Armutskonferenz,
  53. Link to website article about Putin set to attend Austrian foreign minister's wedding
  54. Link to, wish I were back in Austria
  55. Link to website article about Hartinger-Klein claim that one can live on 150 € per month
  56. Link to Kronen Zeitung article about European Heat Wave
  57. Link to Kronen Zeitung article about interview with Thomas Stelzer
  58. Link to GERMAN Language Wikepedia article about Wolgang Ambros
  59. Link to website article about crash of Ju-52 plane
  60. Link to Salzburger Volkspartei website article about Dr. Wilfried Haslauer
  61. Link to Wikipedia website article about the Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968
  62. Link to 'The Guardian' website article about Niki Lauda lung tranplant
  63. Link to, article about Beate Hartinger-Klein's statement that 150 € is enough to live on in Austria
  64. Link to website article about cost of living in Austria
  65. Link to website article about Günther Platter, Landeshauptmann von Tirol
  66. Link to website video interview of Sommer and Kern
  67. Link to website article about Hermann Schützenhöfer (ÖVP)"
  68. Link to Wikipedia website article about Hermann Schützenhöfer (ÖVP)
  69. Link to Wikipedia website article about Autobahns in Austria
  70. Link to Wikipedia website article about Jörg Haider, an Austria politician who 'died of injuries from a car crash at Lambichl in Köttmannsdorf near Klagenfurt, in the state of Carinthia, in the early hours of 11 October 2008'
  71. Link to Wikipedia website article about Johanna Mikl-Leitner
  72. Link to website article about meeting among the Ministers of Justice from EU member States
  73. Link to Wikipedia website article about the Federal Council in Austria
  74. Link to Wikipedia website article about the 9 Länder in Österreich
  75. Link to Creation Justice Ministries website article with some history about The World Day of Creation
  76. Link to website article about The World Day of Creation
  77. Link to The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website Article about The World Dat of Creation
  78. Link to The Catholic International Development Charity website article about The World Day of Creation
  79. Link to Wikipedia page article about Bund-Länder-Anleihe
  80. Link to City of Salzburg website article about the Salzburg Festival 2018
  81. Link to website article about the Austrian Presidency
  82. Link to Scientific American Article about the Blood Moon Eclipse
  83. Link to website page about the Lunar Eclipse
  84. Link to webpage article about Austrian Presidential Election and Austrian Politics
  85. Link to English Language Wikipedia page about the ÖGB
  86. Link to BBC website article about Gene Editing and GM
  87. Link to Kronen Zeitung website video interview with Katia Wagner, Broken Link ???
  88. Link to Kronen Zeitung website video interview . . .
  89. Link to Tour de France website
  90. Link to Wikipedia page about 'The Eiger'
  91. Link to Wikipedia page about Hohenwerfen Castle (featured in Where Eagles Dare, the Film)
  92. Link to Wikipedia page about 'Where Eagles Dare'
  93. Link to Austrian Parlament Page about the Federal State of Austria
  94. Link to article about Moser and reforms, there are other references for Moser in the list below
  95. Link to 'The Kronen' article about ein 43-Jähriger in Klagenfurt
  96. Link to Wikipedia page about Jedermann (Everyman)
  97. Link to Salzburg Festival Page about 'Everyman'
  98. Link to Wikipedia page about Jean Claude Juncker
  99. Link to '' website article with Donald Trump with Vladimir Putin Summit Transcript
  100. Link to Youtube video of Trump - Putin meeting in Helsinki
  101. Link to Youtube video of World Cup Victory celebration in Paris
  102. Link to New York Times article about Helsinki Summit meeting between Trump and Putin
  103. Link to Sports Illustrated Online article about FIFA 2018
  104. Link to website article about Helsinki Summit meeting between Trump and Putin
  105. Link to CNN Edition article about Helsinki Summit meeting between Trump and Putin
  106. Link to Wikipedia Page about Christine Nöstlinger
  107. Link to Wikipedia Page about Hernalser Friedhof
  108. Link to Wikipedia Page about Peter Alexander
  109. Link to Central Florida LifeStyle Magazine article about the Central Florida Hotel & Lodging Association PineApple Awards
  110. Link to article about trophy designs
  111. Link to Wikipedia Page about Wachau Region in Austria
  112. Link to Wikipedia Page about Dürnstein, small town on the Danube in Lower Austria
  113. Link to Wikipedia Page about the Salzburg Cathedral
  114. Crafting a value-driven vision for a national tourism treasure
  115. Link to 'CBS SPORTS' website article about Croatian World Cup Win over England en route to The Final
  116. Link to 'Der Standard' website article about CETA pact
  117. Link to 'CNN Edition' website article about NATO Summit 2018
  118. Link to 'VOX,' website article with analysis of the Thai cave rescue operation
  119. Link to 'The Guardian' website article about France vs. Belgium match
  120. Link to 'CNN Edition' website article about France vs. Belgium match
  121. Link to 'The Guardian' website article about the Thai cave rescue operation
  122. Link to '' website article about the FIFA match celebration ?
  123. Link to 'The Sun' website article about the chaotic EU asylum and refugee crisis debate
  124. Link to Sputnik website article about the Immigrtion problemn
  125. Link to 'The Sun' website article about the chaotic EU asylum and refugee crisis debate
  126. Link to 'The Guardian' website article about the Thailand rescue operation
  127. Link to Haaretz website article about EU agreement on migration policy
  128. Link to New York Times article about the same, on their webiste
  129. Link to News Mavens Article about Working hours
  130. Link to Patheos website's article about the Austrian Bishops' opinion aboiut extended work hours
  131. Link to Public Employment page for Austria
  132. Link to Zentralmatura page on website
  133. Link to Wikipedia page describing the 'Matura'"
  134. Link to vaaju dot com website article about the 'five floods' regarding the Matura - '洪水' is apparently 'Flood' in Traditional Chinese
  135. Link to Wikipedia page about the history of Austria
  136. Link to Wikipedia page about Antonio Tajani
  137. Link to Wikipedia page about Dirndls
  138. Link to old 'Time' web site article about EU immigration
  139. Link to Euronews website article about EU Summit
  140. Link to UK Express website article about EU Immigration
  141. Link to 'The HINDU' website article about Prince Harry II
  142. NL Times artticle about EU Meeting on Asylum and Refugees
  143. Link to old InddustriALL Europe article about work hours in Austria
  144. Link to Wkipedia page about languages in Belgium ?
  145. Link to Wkipedia page about Alexander Van der Bellen
  146. Link to ESPN article about FIFA World Cup story about Messi & Argentina
  147. Link to Reuters Article about EU Immigration Problem
  148. Link to Wkipedia page about Matteo Salvini
  149. Link to Wkipedia page about Herbert Kickl
  150. Link to 'The Local AT' Article about Immigration in the EU
  151. Link to 'The Local AT' Article about potential problems with learning to speak German
  152. Link to 'The Austrailian' Article about Germany, Merkel & Immigration (Might have to pay for that one apparently)
  153. Link to Wikipedia page about Angela Merkel
  154. Link to Wikipedia page about Horst Seehofer
  155. Link to Wikipedia page about CSU in Germany
  156. Link to Fortune Article about Rupert Stadler and Audi
  157. Link to DeadSpin Article about Germany - Mexico World Cup Game Controversy
  158. Link to Wikipedia page about Viktor Orban
  159. Link to Wikipedia page about Visegrád Group
  160. Link to Wikipedia page about Hans Peter Doskozil
  161. Link to Wikipedia page about Peter Kaiser
  162. Link to Wikipedia page about Wolfgang Katzian
  163. Link to Reuters Article about Germany spying on Austria
  164. Link to Washington Post Article about Austrian Government Policies
  165. Link to 'THE HINDU' news article about Austrian work hours
  166. Link to CBS Sports Web Page about Portugal - Spain Game
  167. Link to Wien Info Page about Vienna Pride Events
  168. Link to Business Inisder DE Article about human traiffikers
  169. Link to FIFA WORLD CUP
  170. Link to Tech2 dot org website Article about Heckles against Zadic in Austria Parliament"
  171. Link to AIPS Media Article about the alleged sex scandal in the Austrian Ski Association
  172. Link to Wikipedia page about Waltraud Klasnic
  173. Link to Mail Online Article about Erdogan's verbal attacks on Austria for Mosque Closures
  174. Link to Associated Press Article about Peter Pilz Controversy Published Onlne in the Lexington Herald Leader
  175. Link to Wikipedia page about Ernst Happel Stadion in Vienna, Austria
  176. Link to The Austrian Broadcasting Corportation Info Page - In English
  177. Link to website explaining the calendar for Ramadan, which is based on a Lunar cycle.
  178. Link to Moon Giant website showing the moon phases for 2018, new moon at the end of Ramadan
  179. Link to Bernhard AV, Audio-Visual Contractor for Internations Vienna
  180. Link to The Telegraph Article about Political Islam Crackdown in Austria
  181. Link to The Times of Israel Article about Alleged Rape & Murder Incident in Germany
  182. Link to Wikipedia page Dominic Thiem, Tennis
  183. Link to Wikipedia page about 'Peter Pilz
  184. Link to Wikipedia page about Michael Jeannée
  185. Link to Wikipedia page about Christoph Schönborn
  186. Link to Tass news report on Chancellor Kurz' visit to Brussels
  187. Link to reliefweb Global Peace Index Reports
  188. Link to VietNam online newspaper article about Putin visit to Austria
  189. Link to NYT article about Putin visit to Ausria
  190. Link to The Guardian article about Putin visit to Austria
  191. Link to UK Express article about immigration & refugees in the EU
  192. Link to New York Times Article about Putin's visit to Austria
  193. Link to Politico Article about Putin vsit to Austria
  194. Link to Arbeitsmarktservice website
  195. Link to Bundesministerium, Arbeit, Soziales, Gesundheit, Konsumentenschutz website
  196. Link to Alethonews Article about CETA & other Trade Agreements
  197. Link to Football Predictions Website Re: Austria - Brazil Match
  198. Link to Österreichischer Fußball-Bund website
  199. Link to Wikipedia page about Austrian Cup
  200. Link to Wikipedia page about Marco Feingold - Holocaust survivor
  201. Link to Wikipedia page about Conny Bischofberger - Kronen Zeitung Contributor
  202. Link to trading economics dot com website, Austria Employment Data
  203. Link to 'The Guardian' article about EU's President Junker's remarks about Italy's place within the EU
  204. Link to BBC article about Spain's Rajoy leaving office
  205. Link to 'The Guardian' article about US Tariffs on European Steel and Aluminum
  206. Link to CNBC article about Tariffs
  207. Link to Wikipedia article about Peter Kolba
  208. Link to Österreich Nachtihcten Article about City Toll for Vienna
  209. Link to Wikipedia Article about Maria Vassilakou, Viennese Deputy Mayor
  210. Link to Wikipedia Article about Norbert Hofer, Austrian Minister for Transport, Innovation and Technology
  211. Link to old article about S-Bahn enhancements
  212. Link to Wikipedia Article about Austrian legislative election, 2017
  213. Link to Fox Business Article about 'Handy' use while on vacation
  214. Link to Bio for Nizar Rokbani, founder of Meininger Hostels
  215. Link to Bloomberg Article about HostelWorld Group
  216. Link to US News Article about Universal Income
  217. Link to long .pdf document put out by the European Parliment about Minimum Income in Memeber States
  218. Link to European Commission Article about Plastic Waste
  219. Link to a Wikipeddia Page with something about Mauerbach
  220. Link to a Greenpeace - they have workers all over Vienna, Austria
  221. Link to article about refugees
  222. Link to Wikitravel Article about Travel in Schengen
  223. Link to Wikipedia page about Erwin Pröll
  224. Link to Article about Austrian Politics
  225. Link to Wikipedia page about Eurosc(k)epticism
  226. Link to Wikipedia page about Harvey Weinstein
  227. Link to Die Aula Website
  228. Link to Article about Health Care on the Austrian Embassy Website
  229. Link to Wikipedia Article Vienna Woods
  230. Link to BFW PDF Brochure about Forests in Austria
  231. Link to Voice of Europe article about violence in Austrian schools
  232. Link to Wikipedia Article about Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior
  233. Link to Infoglitz Article about Austrian Social Insurance Reform
  234. Link to WIKIpedia Article about Lega Nord
  235. Link to WIKIpedia Article about Giuseppe Conte
  236. Link to TheCut Website about Royal Wedding Gossip
  237. Link to FOCUS Website, German Magazine
  238. Link to Infoglitz Story about Federal Aid to the States for The Care
  239. Link to InfoWars Story about murder of a 7-year-old child in Vienna, Austria
  240. Link to BBC Story about the Royal Wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
  241. Link to Psychology Today Story about Kid Killers
  242. Link to Psychology Today Blog Stories about Kid Killers
  243. Link to WIKI Page about Mausoleums
  244. Link to Nigeria News Network story about 7-year-old neighbor child being killed by teenager
  245. Link to WIKI page about Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)
  246. Link to Times of Israel Article about US Embassy Relocation
  247. Link to Austrian Embassy in Washington Page about Heinz Fischer
  248. Link to WIKI page about Gerhard Zeiler
  249. Link to WIKI page about Cesár Sampson, Austrian Contestant in Eurovision 2018, 3rd place
  250. Link to WIKI page about Liste Österreichischer Zeitungen
  251. Link to WIKI page about Hans Dichand
  252. Link to WIKI page about Turks in Bosnia and Herzegovina"
  253. Link to WIKI page about the Siege of Sarajevo
  254. Link to WIKI page about Whitsun / Pentecost
  255. Link to WIKI page about Beltane
  256. Link to WIKI page about Beltane
  257. Link to Friends of Europe Web Page
  258. Link to WIKI page about Western Christianity
  259. Link to WIKI page about Markus Söder
  260. Link to WIKI page about Arik Brauer
  261. Link to President Trump's .com page
  262. Link to President Trump's .com page - ? Needs a https redirect
  263. Link to WIKI page about Donald Trump
  264. Link to BBC website - Nuclear Deal Report"
  265. Link to WIKI page about Matthias Strolz
  266. Link to WIKI page about Georg Willi
  267. Link to WIKI page about Peter Filzmaier
  268. Link to WIKI page about Mercosur
  269. Link to WIKI page about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership
  270. Link to WIKI page about the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement
  271. Link to WIKI page about FC Red Bull Salzburg
  272. Link to WIKI page about Olympique de Marseille
  273. Link to WIKI page about Europa League Soccer
  274. Link to WIKI page about Educational System in Austria
  275. Link to HELP website for foreign citizens,
  276. Link to WIKI page about outgoing Mayor of Vienna, Michael Häupl
  277. Link to WIKI page about incoming Mayor of Vienna, Michael Ludwig
  278. Link to WIKI page about population statistics for Austria
  279. Link to WIKI page about youth and work in Austria
  280. Link to WIKI page about Professor Fulzmaier
  281. Link to WIKI page about Conny Bischofberger
  282. Link to European Judicial Network article about enforcement of judgements in Austria
  283. Link to website for the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Republic of Austria
  284. Link to article about controversial kindergarten study ?
  285. Link to WIKI page about Eastern Anatolia
  286. Link to WIKI page for Karin Kneissl, Austria's Foreign Minister
  287. Link to WIKI page for Sergei Lavrov, Russia's Foreign Minister
  288. Link to Old Article by Jakob Traby, .pdf format
  289. Link to Story in about war games in Vienna Mosque
  290. Link to Book on Amazon about 'Sultan Erdoğan'
  291. Link to ATIB Website ?
  292. Link Website about Pensions in Austria
  293. Link to Left Wing Zeitung Falter Website
  294. Possible Link to previous published works of Christoph Budin
  295. Link to Die Presse Article about Josef Moser
  296. Link to 'WIKI' page about Conchita Wurst / Thomas Neuwirth
  297. Link to European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction's (EMCDDA) website
  298. Link to USA Today Story on Coalition Missile Strike on Syria
  299. Liink to an old Guardian story on the German welcome policy
  300. Liink to WIKI page about Viktor Mihály Orbán
  301. Liink to Der Standard website
  302. Link to Der Spiegel website
  303. BBC.COM Europe League Results
  304. WIKI page for Josef Moser, Federal Minister for Constitution, Reforms, Deregulation and Justice of the Republic of Austria
  305. WIKI page about Minnesota Nice
  306. AUVA Website
  307. WIKI page for Health Minister Beate Hartinger-Klein (FPÖ)
  308. WIKI page for former SPÖ health minister Stöger.
  309. Radetzky March
  310. WIKI page for Kronen Editor and internation affairs expert Kurt_Seinitz
  311. WIKI page for Anna Cäcilia Pföß
  312. WIKI page for Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen
  313. Münster, Germany Incident
  314. WIKI page reference about Political Symbolism
  315. Global Warming Reference Article
  316. Reference for Second Largest Glacier in Austria
  317. Reference for FaceBook Crisis - BBC
  318. Reference for FaceBook Crisis - CNN
  319. WIKI page about Hijabs
  320. Reference for Zeitung Ranking in Austria
  321. Sandra Frauenberger
  322. Pamela Rendi-Wagner
  323. Christian Kern, chairman of the Social Democratic Party of Austria (SPÖ)
  324. New York Times Report on the Austrian Government
  325. Reuters News Link
  326. WIKI page about Avalanches
  327. Easter at the Vatican 2018
  328. Urbi et Orbi
  329. Weather in Austria, Accuweather
  330. In Dubio Pro Reo
  331. IMAS Survey Report
  332. IS Attack in France Reuters Report
  333. Self-driving car incident in Arizona, USA
  334. WIKI page for Sebastian Kurz
  335. WIKI page for Heinz-Christian Strache
  336. WIKI page about the Criticism of FaceBook
  337. LinkedIn Page for Manfred Schumi
  338. WIKI page for Bernhard Felderer
  339. WIKI page for Georg Walland
  340. WIKI page for Hartwig Löger
  341. WIKI page about LaudaMotion GmbH Airline
  342. WIKI Page about Niki Luftfahrt GmbH
  343. CNN Money Report about BMW Scandal
  344. WIKI page for Programme for International Student Assessment
  345. WIKI Page for Heinz Faßmann, Federal Minister for Education, Science and Research of the Republic of Austria
  346. WIKI page for Claus Pándi
  347. EU Presidency
  348. US Department of Health and Human Services Sleep Guidelines
  349. World-Wide Economic Forecasts - Austria
  350. (X)Ksenia Sobchak
  351. Kurt Seinitz
  352. Russian Presidential Election
  353. Multiculturalism Backlash: European Discourses, Policies and Practices
  354. Austria's rapid reversal in refugee policy
  355. Werner Faymann
  356. Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz und Terrorismusbekämpfung, "BVT"
  357. 4th Merkel Cabinet
  358. Latest Terrorist-Related Incident in Vienna, Austria
  359. War in Afrin
  360. Commentary from a terrorism expert, Dr. Nicolas Stockhammer from the University of Vienna
  361. Federal Ministry of the Interior, Austria
  362. Eva Glawischnig
  363. Novomatic
  364. Italian General Election
  365. FPÖ
  366. SPÖ
  367. ÖVP
  368. The GREENS
  369. List of Political Parties in Austria
  370. Link to Wikipedia page about Romance Languages
  371. Link to Wikipedia page about Indo-European Languages
  372. Link to Krishnamurti Foundation of America
  373. Link to Wikipedia page about AFS Intercultural Programs
  374. Link to Wikipedia page about Professional Courtesy
  375. Link to BMJ article from 10 Jan 1981 about Professional Discourtesy
  376. Link to Wikipedia article about the Pilcrow and Puncutation data:

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