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Sunday Chill Vibes - Adolf Hitler & Eva Braun with friends at The Berghof, Obersalzberg Berchtesgaden

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Published on 18 Sep 2022 / In Music

Music video with Color footage from the Eva Braun reels.

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TheBlueMule
TheBlueMule 3 months ago

Healthy white women who aren't twerking and full of tattoos.

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TheBlueMule
TheBlueMule 3 months ago

Amazing footage.

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smartarse34
smartarse34 3 months ago

Excellent upload as always. Thanks brother, hope you're well? :-)

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Ral9010NatSoc
Ral9010NatSoc 3 months ago

Thank you brother. I'm doing well, could always be better of course considering our circumstances. How are you doing brother? It's been a while since we talked. Hope your health issues have been better.

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smartarse34
smartarse34 3 months ago

@Ral9010NatSoc: Yeah, im doing ok brother but its been a hell of a year. Still tryin to catch up after mothers funeral and dealing with all her things, but thankfully, my sister has to deal with all the legal stuff. My auntie was the other executor of the will but as she has dementia, there's been all sorts of drama's with that too. My sister wants the house so i guess i will be due half the value at some point. I did find my grandfathers watch from WW2 with his service number engraved on the back which im very happy about as my Auntie took all his medals, that should have come to me as i was the only son of his only son. Id rather that than the medals anyway :-)

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Ral9010NatSoc
Ral9010NatSoc 3 months ago

@smartarse34: Good to hear. My condolences to you, loosing a family member is always hard. And yeah there will always be some kind of battle after a passing considering who gets what exactly. Do you live in the same house?

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smartarse34
smartarse34 3 months ago

@Ral9010NatSoc: Thanks brother. We both have our own houses but she is in London where she has been for 25 years. She decided it would be good to own it in case she decided to shift back at some point and will rent it until then. I didn't want it anyway as its in a fairly busy narrow street with no on street parking and the driveway is a bitch to get in and out of. It only has a small garage and off street parking for one car so no good for me. Im custodian of my fathers and grandfathers cars they each bought new in the early 80's plus i have my own truck and 2 motorcycles so the place is basically useless to me anyway. Neither of us grew up there as they downsized when Dad retired so no sentimental value either.

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Ral9010NatSoc
Ral9010NatSoc 3 months ago

@smartarse34: That's an expensive city to live in and one of the worst considering ''diversity''. Personally i really hate the housing in London. or the big cities in the U.K in general. It's so small and it seems they chopped all the houses in half. But i guess that's just the typical labor domiciles. Think you're much better off in the rural areas.

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smartarse34
smartarse34 3 months ago

@Ral9010NatSoc: Yeah, its turning into shitsville alright, even the lure of free accommodation hasn't enticed me to visit. Her place is one of those like you see on the tv soap Coronation Street. I couldn't tolerate it after my last place had an acre and a quarter of land. I still regret selling it but the capital gain was too good to turn down. The value had increased x3 in the 5 years i owned it but it got me out of a 100k bank debt and still had enough to purchase my current place debt free. Our family name originates from Yorkshire at the other (northern) end of England. Its getting expensive to own property here too brother. Insurance has gone up 35% in the last year and land tax 50% in the last couple of years. Fucking robbers the both of them, 5k a year down the toilet for nothing. Grrrr

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Ral9010NatSoc
Ral9010NatSoc 3 months ago

@smartarse34: They're overpriced chicken coops, couldn't live there either. But nice that you were able to sell that place and got enough money left over. Guess you got out in the right time. But that taxation is ridiculously high, as if they don't want people to have their own property. Probably has nothing to do with the great reset either. Bastards. Hope you can still manage to hold on to the place. Also a good idea to get an electrician and have a cable installed below the electricity meter. The least you can do is steal some of your money back.

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smartarse34
smartarse34 3 months ago

@Ral9010NatSoc: Yeah, i did get out at the right time. I sold it nearly 20 years ago and the 2 times its sold since has been for the same price. And the place i have now has increased x3 in that same time. I have basically already given it away. When my sons mother walked out, i put it in a trust for him so she couldn't get her hands on it. My lawyer inserted a clause that gives me rights to occupy until death as long as i pay the bills and upkeep. When my inheritance arrives i may sell up and move if his mother is in agreement otherwise i may just squander a chunk of it on one last muscle car. Check this out. https://www.trademe.co.nz/a/mo....tors/cars/chevrolet/

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Ral9010NatSoc
Ral9010NatSoc 3 months ago

@smartarse34: Always nice to be able to pass something on to your son. I only fear that with the inflation and all that crap that it will loose some value, at least until that will blow over. But yeah it was a good move on your side.

That car though, very very nice. Love American cars myself as well. That Firebird looks beautiful. Great investment too. The value on those classics will only increase. Wish i could get my hands on one but the fuel was always too damn expensive over here. Most have them converted to drive on LPG. Always had my eye on a GTO.

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smartarse34
smartarse34 2 months ago

@Ral9010NatSoc: I have had quite a few v8's over the years, all Australian muscle though and only small blocks. I'd love an American big block before i end up dead and anything around that era would be fine including a GTO :-). The speed lawyers work it will be 6 months away before im in the market for anything and the one i linked will most likely be gone by then. After watching Vanishing Point many years ago, i've always had a soft spot for the Dodge Challenger. Yeah, fuel is expensive here too, between $2.50 and $3.00 per litre depending on the grade atm. Doesn't matter much when you're a motorcyclist most of the time and something like that you wouldn't be using for a daily driver anyway. This would be perfect, just been listed. Big block and a manual. https://www.trademe.co.nz/a/mo....tors/cars/dodge/chal

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Ral9010NatSoc
Ral9010NatSoc 2 months ago

@smartarse34: Gas is about 2 Euro's here and keeps swinging back and forth. Looks like we have similar prices. Almost seems like they're making global deals to keep the price at a certain level, but I'm sure that's just a cohencidence.
Beautiful car though, and very thirsty. You're indeed better off just driving your motorcycle, and on occasion break out the muscle to get groceries or a for a weekend drive.

What do you think about this one?

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smartarse34
smartarse34 2 months ago

@Ral9010NatSoc: Yeah, i see BP (Burgling Pricks) reporting record profits and guaranteed they are price fixing to keep profits up. My city is only 100,000 people and from where i am on the outskirts, i can walk to the city center in 20 minutes and at my age, im only doing about 2000km a year so the price of fuel doesn't effect me too much. I wouldn't be taking something like that to the supermarket car park, i'd be too concerned about coming out and finding dents in the doors, unless i took two parks. That's a pretty nice car too, a Chevelle isn't it? Possibly a big block 454 like the Camaro i first linked.

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Ral9010NatSoc
Ral9010NatSoc 2 months ago

@smartarse34: Yeah it's a Chevy Chevelle 454 BB SS. Awesome ride. But you have a point to not park it near a supermarket. People steer those shopping cart like maniacs. But that SS is my dream car.

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smartarse34
smartarse34 2 months ago

@Ral9010NatSoc: Lol, yeah, those supermarket carts all seem to have a wheel alignment problem :-). I can see us two with muscle cars together being trouble and it wouldn't be long before we're locked up :-). You're in Europe, where abouts? I always assumed you were in the US. I hear power prices are going through the roof over there.

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Ral9010NatSoc
Ral9010NatSoc 2 months ago

@smartarse34: lol. I'm in Europa indeed, the Netherlands to be exact. Yeah the power and gas prices are through the roof. People can't pay their bills anymore. Some are even forced to sell their properties. But that's just part of the great reset and all. You will own nothing. And people just thought it was a meme or something but it's actually happening. After the US my nation is the world largest exporter in vegetables and other things, so with the current prices greenhouse producers have to shut down operations along with the farmers who were told to reduce their CO2 emissions and reduce their livestock with 50%. Couple that with the current global supply chain disruptions, ships being held outside the ports, US farmers plowing under their harvest because they're not allowed to sell their produce on the market, the Suez canal incident and meat processing plants mysteriously burning down everywhere.

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smartarse34
smartarse34 2 months ago

@Ral9010NatSoc: Yeah, i've been hearing about all those places burning down. I think there was a big vegetable one in France too in the last few days if i remember correctly. Not good. Thankfully, we generate out own power and prices are reasonably stable.

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Ral9010NatSoc
Ral9010NatSoc 2 months ago

@smartarse34: Not good indeed. Interesting times ahead to say the least. But having your own power supply is great in these turbulent times. That kind of independence can come in handy for sure.

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