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Q: For Politicalguru: Which is the Sleaziest Place in Germany ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   1 Comment )
Subject: For Politicalguru: Which is the Sleaziest Place in Germany
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: probonopublico-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 24 May 2006 06:00 PDT
Expires: 23 Jun 2006 06:00 PDT
Question ID: 731952
I have a friend who lives in Germany but he steadfastly refuses to say
precisely where.

I suspect that it's because it's somewhere very sleazy.

I wonder if the Salon Kitty is still open for business and if he might
be the doorman, or the bouncer, or something.

Could you please suggest any other places where I should start looking for him?

Oh and please keep this enquiry very confidential.

All the Best

B***n (Incognito)
Subject: Re: For Politicalguru: Which is the Sleaziest Place in Germany
Answered By: politicalguru-ga on 24 May 2006 08:00 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Dear Mr. B. 

It depends on what you mean by sleazy, because Germany is full of
dirty little places.

Take Bitterfeld, for example. 

Bitterfeld Online

The website looks nice, right? 

It was notorious as the sleaziest town in Germany, if by sleaze we
mean good old pollution - nothing to do with the morality of the good
people of Bitterfeld.

Or take Berlin for example. I had to look up on Salon Kitty, and boy,
was my cinematic knowledge lacking. Berlin is the home of Salon Kitty
(in the movie) and is generally considered a place for real sleazy
activity. See for example:
The non-commercial answer to the Love Parade

However, I somehow suspect that real sleaze could be found in the
Southwest of Germany, perhaps near Stuttgart.

"This Week in Sleaze: Mercedes Fires German Execs in Scandal" 

Ask your friend and I am pertty sure that you'll find out that I
right. In fact, it is more than possible that he is a deposed Mercedes
executive, visiting GA to escape the sorrow of losing his job.

I hope this answers your question. Please contact me if you need any
clarification on this answer before you rate it. :-)

Ms. P.
probonopublico-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $10.00
Wow Frau P

Danke mucho for furthering my education.

Stuttgart sounds about right for my man who was probably up to his
neck in all the scandals.

He certainly seems to have a lot of time at his disposal these days
and I bet he doesn't spend it in prayer or good works, as you and I
surely would.

Curiously, I discovered today that a man whom I've known for some time
was also in Germany for a spell and he spent time in the very same
place as me: Iserlohn.

There, I bet you will have to check that out on your Atlas.

All the Best

B***n (Still Incognito)

Subject: Re: For Politicalguru: Which is the Sleaziest Place in Germany
From: myoarin-ga on 24 May 2006 08:17 PDT
Very well answered by Poly-guru, who locked the question while I was
trying to save her from going places she shouldn't.  To wit:

"I don't think this is an appropriate question to ask a young lady
with an academic orientation  - even if she might have purely academic
knowledge of the subject.

Since you mention "doorman ... bouncer", I expect that I understand
"sleazy" in this context correctly.  This site could be an excellent
(?!) place to start looking for your friend:

This link seems to get one past logging in:

I have a couple of personal (well, not like that) recommendations for
"sleaziest", but if Poly-guru wants to answer the question, I won't
forge ahead."

[The following is no longer applicable, but if the answer needs
further consideration ...]
"On the other hand, with her allowance, I could pursue the matter
further, and if the information seems satisfactory, then she could
modestly confirm it as her answer, taking your word as approval and
thus avoiding her having to delve into the seamier side of life."


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