This Italian politician makes Trump look like a saint
~ The Prince by Machiavelli
When it’s OKAY to slut shame single mothers
~ The Scarlet Letter
Provokative populistic lines, published as clickbait. When users clicked on the links, they were directed to a blog post that included the text of the entire book.
“You fell for the bait, now fall for the book” the video concludes.
In notorious observation of my very own behavior, I’d lean toward reading a couple pages on a random basis but won’t likely pick up the book.
I have yet to discover a social media campaign that sells. Imagine Apple iiTunes movie trailers would be a campaign instead of a service. I check in on movies regularly once a week but haven’t seen a movie lately.
Test driving cars will sell cars but reading books online won’t sell books. But watching trailers on Apple iTunes will make you go see a movie. Perhaps you figure the difference in tomorrow’s blogpost.Read in fullby Angela Natividad
Heide und Hans Greisinger at the Bräurosl Pretzel booth with time on their hands to chat with deliverer Andal Duschl. Photo: Alessandra Schellnegger.
Oktober Fest During the opening weekend of this year’s October Fest in Munich, you could get into any of the tents (usually the tents are so crowded, the can’t fit more people unless some are leaving). Lots of visitors in the tents but they are not overcrowded as they usually are. Small vendors and ride owners are suffering serious losses.
Security is so tight a woman living on the fair ground wasn’t allowed in with a jar of pickles she carried home. The fair ground is fenced in due to the Munich ISIS attacks. Enter or exit at the main gate only.
Ride owners and small business owners plan to turn off the lights at 9 pm tonight to protest the security measures they claim to ruin their business.
Have a seat in any of the Oktober Fest tents. Because this year you can.
Possibly comparable to the old Farmer’s Almanac which has been around for 225 years, Steinhausers’ Calendar serves a region of Bavaria in the south of Germany. The Allgäu covers the south of Bavarian Swabia, southeastern Baden-Württemberg and parts of Austria. The region stretches from the prealpine lands up to the Alps. Allgäu is not an administrative unit.
The Allgäu (pronounced [ˈalɡɔʏ̯]) is a region in Swabia in southern Germany.