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Previously on "Oh dear they love Ursula."

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by darmstadt View Post
    You seem to be one of them then?
    ooh ow that burrrns...

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  • darmstadt
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    Originally posted by vetran View Post
    seems like its read by millions of tits.
    You seem to be one of them then?

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by darmstadt View Post
    Its more like the Sun but still has tits in it and is also edited by a tit...
    seems like its read by millions of tits.

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  • darmstadt
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    Originally posted by Eirikur View Post
    The Germans didn't really like Ursula to start with.

    BTW Bild is the German version of the Express
    Its more like the Sun but still has tits in it and is also edited by a tit...

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  • Uncle Albert
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    Nothing to do with von der Leyen, but the name Ursula always brings a smile to my face. I assume they are named after St Ursula who allegedly found 11,000 virgins in South West England and marched them off across Europe to delay having to meet her future husband. They came to a sticky end!

    Saint Ursula - Wikipedia

    Her legendary status comes from a medieval story[5] that she was a princess who, at the request of her father King Dionotus of Dumnonia in south-west Britain, set sail along with 11,000 virginal handmaidens to join her future husband, the pagan governor Conan Meriadoc of Armorica. After a miraculous storm brought them over the sea in a single day to a Gaulish port, Ursula declared that before her marriage she would undertake a pan-European pilgrimage. She headed for Rome with her followers and persuaded the Pope, Cyriacus (unknown in the pontifical records, though from late 384 AD there was a Pope Siricius), and Sulpicius, bishop of Ravenna, to join them. After setting out for Cologne, which was being besieged by Huns, all the virgins were beheaded in a massacre. The Huns' leader fatally shot Ursula with an arrow in about 383 AD (the date varies).

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by Eirikur View Post
    The Germans didn't really like Ursula to start with.

    BTW Bild is the German version of the Express

    Isn't BILD the newspaper with the highest circulation in Germany? So more the Metro, Sun or Wail?



    The express would kill for > 2M circulation its at 321,146.

    List of newspapers by circulation - Wikipedia

    List of newspapers in the United Kingdom by circulation - Wikipedia

    List of newspapers in Germany - Wikipedia

    German Newspapers: the most important daily newspapers in Germany

    • National daily newspapers: reach in Germany 2020 | Statista

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  • Eirikur
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    The Germans didn't really like Ursula to start with.

    BTW Bild is the German version of the Express

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  • vetran
    started a topic Oh dear they love Ursula.

    Oh dear they love Ursula.

    Vize-Kanzler Scholz geht wegen Impf-Debakel auf von der Leyen los - „Richtig sch*** gelaufen!“ *** BILDplus Inhalt *** -
    Politik Inland -
    Bild.de


    "Really screwed up!"

    by: PETER TIEDE AND RALF SCHULERpublished on03.02.2021 - 11:00 p.m.


    Acute vaccine shortage, chaos at the vaccination appointments, citizen anger, basic frustration and lousy press - the nerves are bare in government Berlin.

    Also with Vice Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who is otherwise rather tight-lipped. As BILD learned, Scholz broke his collar in the Corona cabinet on Monday. The target of his anger: the EU Commission and its boss Ursula von der Leyen.

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