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By whoneedsmoney - / Tuesday 2 May 2017 15:14 / Germany - Freiburg
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By  Alexandria79  |  22

with all that's happening in the world while it may inconvenience you, it also might keep you safe. so I'll agree fyl but it's good to have a life. hope your day gets better.

By  neverready  |  25

I suppose you waited that long for your turn when they checked every passenger. Because if your check alone needed that much time it sounds like your fault. Plus I suppose you travelled across borders? In not at all border-free, but still very open Europe? And as you don't live under a rock, you surely saw the news and everything about the terrorist attacks and that one terrorist, who fled with buses undetected across Europe. So how can any state/country/union prevent that without random passport checks? This time it got you, bad luck. Still, if 50 Euros is your only inconvenience, I think there are lots of people who have it a lot worse and an accident may have cost you more than just money. Try to appreciate the work everyone does so we can live as safe as we live now, although it sometimes seems (and partially maybe even is) useless. I can't spare 50 Euros, too, but I try to see it with optimism: There are checks, they do something, learn from deficiencies and they do it with a German virtue: thoroughly :D Rant over.

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  nemcali  |  25

Hopef you are wrong. So far NL and FR proved you wrong anyway. Let's how much you'd enjoy way longer passport controls, different currencies and the list of cons is looong

By  RichardPencil  |  22

It's going to be worse when you (first consonant sound of your country) + "exit," and you have to pole-vault over the big, beautiful wall. Oh, wait, you guys rejected TrumPutinism™, so you won't have to deal with that crazy shit.

By  Alexandria79  |  22

with all that's happening in the world while it may inconvenience you, it also might keep you safe. so I'll agree fyl but it's good to have a life. hope your day gets better.

By  neverready  |  25

I suppose you waited that long for your turn when they checked every passenger. Because if your check alone needed that much time it sounds like your fault. Plus I suppose you travelled across borders? In not at all border-free, but still very open Europe? And as you don't live under a rock, you surely saw the news and everything about the terrorist attacks and that one terrorist, who fled with buses undetected across Europe. So how can any state/country/union prevent that without random passport checks? This time it got you, bad luck. Still, if 50 Euros is your only inconvenience, I think there are lots of people who have it a lot worse and an accident may have cost you more than just money. Try to appreciate the work everyone does so we can live as safe as we live now, although it sometimes seems (and partially maybe even is) useless. I can't spare 50 Euros, too, but I try to see it with optimism: There are checks, they do something, learn from deficiencies and they do it with a German virtue: thoroughly :D Rant over.

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