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General 17 May '16 03:48
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    17 May '16 03:48
    If you were a restaurateur with a public figure you wished to mock, what dish would you concoct and who would be its target?
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    17 May '16 04:15
    Originally posted by FMF
    If you were a restaurateur with a public figure you wished to mock, what dish would you concoct and who would be its target?
    Knuckle sandwich.
    You'll do.
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    17 May '16 04:241 edit
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    Knuckle sandwich.
    You'll do.
    The German manager of a burger bar in Cologne will start selling "Erdogan-Burgers" again, despite closing for three days because of threats, he told the BBC. Joerg Tiemann said his Urban Burgery sold the burgers garnished with goat's cheese as a "satirical answer" to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He has now installed security cameras. Mr Erdogan reacted angrily when a German comic poked fun at him in a poem referring to sex with goats and sheep. Jan Boehmermann was given police protection after reading his obscene poem on German TV. The Turkish president filed a criminal complaint against the comic, in a case that prompted a heated debate in Germany over freedom of speech. [BBC]
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    17 May '16 04:32
    Originally posted by FMF
    The German manager of a burger bar in Cologne will start selling "Erdogan-Burgers" again, despite closing for three days because of threats, he told the BBC. Joerg Tiemann said his Urban Burgery sold the burgers garnished with goat's cheese as a "satirical answer" to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He has now installed security cameras. Mr Erdogan reacte ...[text shortened]... inst the comic, in a case that prompted a heated debate in Germany over freedom of speech. [BBC]
    Wut?
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