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location Tübingen, Germany
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seen Jul 31 '13 at 12:04

I currently live in Tübingen, Germany.

  • I have been working full-time in IT for ten years (freelance and as a contractor), and am currently studying Interdisciplinary American Studies at the University of Tübingen. I work part time as a webmaster for an organic food company.

  • I can be reached via E-Mail: pekka@gmx.de

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Jul
3
comment Number of people in a boat?
This is very general, it will vary from country to country and probably even US state to US state. Can you provide some more details? What kind of boat are we talking about?
Jan
26
comment Resources for finding public hunting land
In which country?
Jan
26
comment Where can I find if a fixed blade knives is legal to carry around in a given country?
This is the perfect answer IMO - pointing to helpful resources is the best we can do for legal quetions.
Jan
24
comment Can I sail a raft on a European river with commercial traffic?
This is great info. Thanks very much!
Jan
24
comment Are there any cheap 1:25K electronic maps for the UK or Europe?
For what kind of device?
Jan
24
comment Keeping warm in an emergency
@Kevin but what if I'm on a planet where the local tauntaun population is cold-blooded?
Jan
24
comment Can I sail a raft on a European river with commercial traffic?
@victoriah thanks! :) Well, if seasoned experts unanimously tell me that I'm likely to get killed by a careless freighter, I won't do it. But I'd really, really like to.
Jan
24
comment Can I sail a raft on a European river with commercial traffic?
@victoriah I would have to have some way to steer the whole thing, and some way to maneuver it manually for short distances (ie. paddles). That's going to be a different topic, building it
Jan
24
comment Can I sail a raft on a European river with commercial traffic?
@victoriah yeah, that is an issue too. Although the river looks relatively friendly and seems to have lots of small branches, and there are many harbours (if they accept rafts next to all their yachts, of course. :)