theawl.com: The All-American Aldi #
nora battelle über aldi in amerika.
What we know as Aldi in the US is actually Aldi Süd.
Aldi Nord operates in the US, too, as Trader Joe’s. This is the one country, aside from Germany, where the two companies coexist, possibly because Trader Joe’s looks so starkly different from Aldi that it effectively erases the fear of direct sibling competition.
theawl.com: Forging Hitler's Diaries Made Him Famous #
nochmal theawl.com, nochmal eine geschichte aus deutschland die eigentlich jeder kennt, obwohl ich das nicht wusste:
After Kujau’s death, however, [prices of his replicas of the Old Masters] spiked—and this is where it gets legitimately weird, folding in on itself into so many orders of fakery that I can no longer keep track. According to this 2010 article in Der Spiegel, Kujau’s great-niece Petra was arrested in 2010, for carrying on the family trade in the best possible way—that is, selling fakes of “genuine” Kujau fakes of real old paintings, for as much as EUR 300,000. This is truly the kind of thing you can’t make up.
auch eine guter erinnerung: die nazis und nazi-sympathisanten waren nie ganz weg. wir sehen die dank social media nur (wieder) deutlicher.
hollywoodreporter.com:'You Can't Make This Shit Up': My Year Inside Trump's Insane White House #
michael wolff über seine zeit als eingebetteter reporter in trumps weissen haus.
I'd like to just watch and write a book. "A book?" he responded, losing interest. "I hear a lot of people want to write books," he added, clearly not understanding why anybody would. "Do you know Ed Klein?"— author of several virulently anti-Hillary books. "Great guy. I think he should write a book about me." But sure, Trump seemed to say, knock yourself out.