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  1. #855
    Is there a directory similar to booksusi.com for Munich / Germany where you can sort by girls who will fuck with no condom (AO Alles Ohne) ?

  2. #854
    I doubt it will lead to sex ban. It's unfortunate that some people and groups use events like coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to force their morals and ideology on rest of society.

  3. #853

    Room

    That room looks like one I've fucked in before LOL! Palace? Hehehe!

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  5. #851
    When did the Borders closed, do you remember?

  6. #850
    Quote Originally Posted by Nick3345  [View Original Post]
    I have a general Question. When the Lockdown began. Could the girls that were in Germany get back to their country at all? Did the Borders let them pass?
    I read somewhere here that a good number did go home before the borders closed but not all and they were stuck in Germany.

  7. #849
    I have a general Question. When the Lockdown began. Could the girls that were in Germany get back to their country at all? Did the Borders let them pass?

  8. #848

    Inside The Medieval Brothel (long)

    This may be interesting reading for those of you interested in our hobby's origins. Also potentially interesting to compare the experience then with perhaps the FKK arrangement now.

    https://www.historytoday.com/archive...dieval-brothel

    Inside the Medieval Brothel.

    What was life like for medieval prostitutes? A case in the German town of andördlingen reveals a hellish world of exploitation and violence.

    Jamie Page.

    Published in History Today Volume 69 Issue 6 June 2019.

    In the winter of 1471, the municipal council of andördlingen in southern Germany got word of a scandal in the town's public brothel. It prompted a criminal investigation into the conduct of the brothel-keeper, Lienhart Fryermut, and his partner, Barbara Tarschenfeindin. After interrogating all 12 of the prostitutes working in the brothel at the time, the council learned that the brothel's kitchen maid, a woman named Els von Eystett, had been forced into prostitution and as a result had become pregnant by one of her clients. When Barbara discovered this she had forced Els to swallow an abortifacient.

    Drink that she had mixed herself, with the result that Els miscarried a male foetus whom the other women reckoned to have been about 20 weeks old.

    After forcing Els back to work only a few days later and swearing her to secrecy, things had returned to normal in the brothel for a couple of weeks. But it was not long until some of the prostitutes began to speak among themselves about what had happened. One, Barbel von Esslingen, had brought a pail of water into Els' room as she lay in agony and had seen the child's body laid out on a bench. After Barbara overheard her speaking about what she had seen, she sent Barbel away to work in the public brothel in nearby Ulm. But it was too late to stem gossip about the incident. Some regular clients had even begun to talk about what had happened, wondering aloud how it could be that Els, 'who had been big, was now so small'.

    Things came to a head when two officials from the city council in charge of monitoring the brothel paid a visit. They told the women that rumours of what had happened had reached senior members of the council and that an investigation was imminent. In a furious confrontation, Lienhart burst in on the women while they were eating and delivered a savage beating to Els, while she screamed defiantly back at him that he would have to hack off her arms and legs to keep her quiet. Later, as it finally became clear to Barbara and Lienhart that their cover-up had failed, they approached Els secretly to offer her a bargain.

    In exchange for her silence, they would agree to drop the debt she owed them and she would slip away quietly the next day while the women were eating dinner. Els agreed and, when the time came to enact the plan, Barbara sent her into the kitchen to fetch a jug of milk. As Els left the brothel and headed for the city gate, Barbara made a show of asking where she had gone and ordered the women to search the brothel for her. But, as one of the prostitutes, Margrette von Biberach, later testified, Els had already told them all about the secret plan. Even while they joined in the search, 'all of them knew how things really were'.

    The business of brothels.

    Sitting halfway down the Romantic Road, a stretch of some of Germany's most well-known tourist landmarks, andördlingen today is a quiet and prosperous place. Its most distinguishing feature is the wholly intact medieval ring wall that encircles the town, a testament to its past significance in the region. Among other notable events, andördlingen is associated with two of the bloodiest battles of the Thirty Years War and with a particularly savage witch craze, which made a heroine of one of its citizens, the innkeeper Maria Holl, who withstood 60 sessions of torture without confessing. In 1932, the town would host Adolf Hitler, who gave a speech there several months after losing the presidential election to Paul von Hindenburg.

    In the Middle Ages, andördlingen grew wealthy on the back of the textile trade, fuelling a significant population expansion and placing major demands on the town's council to provide peace and stability for its citizens. Like many other towns across western Europe, the provision of a public brothel was one part of this equation. In an argument still used today, licensing prostitution and concentrating it where it could be seen and regulated was regarded as a lesser evil than allowing it to flourish unchecked. This rationale was endorsed by no less a figure than St Augustine, whose treatise De ordine noted that 'if you remove harlots from society, everything will be unsettled on account of lust'. In parts of western Europe where licensed prostitution was the norm – a region that includes southern and central Germany, northern Italy, southern France, the Low Countries and Iberia, though not England – prostitution was thus assumed to provide an outlet for young and unmarried men who might otherwise endanger 'honourable' women. In some cities, most notably Florence, prostitution was also assumed to dissuade men from sodomy.

    Although there were some regional variations, most German towns that had licensed brothels followed a similar model. The brothel was purchased by the town and leased back to a brothel-keeper (in many places a man, though sometimes a woman), who was responsible for its day-to-day running. The keeper paid a tax to the authorities in return for the right to charge board and lodging to prostitutes living in the brothel and to take one third of the fee they charged to clients. Further income might be generated by selling food and drink. After paying for room and board, prostitutes were able to keep what remained of their earnings, as well as any tips a customer might give them.

    Broad acceptance of the social utility of prostitution ensured that it was a highly visible part of late medieval urban life. In many cities the social role of prostitutes extended to civic pageantry, where, as participants in dances, weddings and the entry processions of great rulers, they could be seen as part of the city's hospitality. The entourage of the Emperor Sigismund supposedly enjoyed the hospitality of brothels opened up by towns on his way to the Council of Constance in 1414, while an anecdote attached to Frederick III saw him greeted at the gates of Nuremberg in 1471 by prostitutes who captured him with a golden chain, only freeing him after the payment of a one florin ransom.

    Despite this recognition of their role in society, in comparison with respectable wives and daughters, prostitutes were considered dishonourable and sinful. Increasingly throughout the 1400's, any woman suspected of illicit sex risked being equated to the working girl of the brothel and might even find herself forcibly placed there by the authorities. This was not necessarily a one-way journey, though. Women who found themselves in brothels might hope to leave by saving up enough for a dowry that allowed them to marry and 'turn to honour'. In doing so they might follow the example of one of Christianity's most powerful symbols of redemption, Mary Magdalene, often portrayed as a prostitute in late medieval sermons.

    Like many of those in the Middle Ages who were not part of the social elite, the lives of prostitutes are known to us almost exclusively from accounts given by literate, mostly male observers. As the historian Ruth Mazo Karras has noted, although the concept of *****dom played a major role in policing the sexual behaviour of women at all levels of society, the voices of prostitutes themselves are virtually unknown. The testimony given by the andördlingen women is therefore unique in offering us a glimpse into the world of late medieval prostitution from the perspectives of prostitutes themselves.

    What do the andördlingen women tell us about this world? And what parallels might be drawn between their experiences and those of women working in the sex trade today?

    Exploitation.

    The criminal investigation carried out by the andördlingen town council proceeded along two primary lines of enquiry. First, there was the alleged abortion of Els von Eystett's child. Abortion (an act often conflated with infanticide at the time) was a serious crime, which could merit a banishment from the town; unlike some other parts of western Europe, it was not yet common in southern Germany to execute those convicted of it. Interestingly, Els herself seems never to have been under suspicion of aborting her child. From the start, the council seems to have accepted the story told by the other women in the brothel, which portrayed her as the innocent party. Most of the details of this narrative were actually supplied by just three of them: Els and two others, Margrette von Biberach and Anna von Ulm. Both women appear to have been special confidantes of Els throughout the traumatic events and described supporting her and comforting her as she lay in agony. Els herself actually testified in the nearby town of Weissenburg, where she had gone after being allowed to leave the brothel in andördlingen. This necessitated some co-operation between the two sets of authorities, revealed in correspondence attached to the trial record – a testament to the seriousness with which the andördlingen town council treated the matter.

    The second half of the investigation took the form of a general enquiry into the working conditions in the public brothel. Here, the council set out to discover whether and how Lienhart Fryermut had broken the terms of his oath as brothel-keeper, sworn when he began the job in 1469. Such oaths were a common means of regulating brothels in German towns. Because brothel-keeping was such a disreputable occupation, comparable with what the historian Kathy Stuart refers to as the 'defiled trade' of the hangman, binding an individual to his duties by an oath sworn to God provided a strong form of regulation that allowed authorities to dismiss easily those who abused their position.

    As became clear once the andördlingen women began to give their testimonies, there was more than enough evidence to suggest that Lienhart had done just this. Unlike the abortion enquiry, in which a small number of key witnesses provided much of the relevant evidence, evidence for this part of the investigation was spread across the testimony of nearly all the women. Their statements show that, although most of them simply answered questions put to them by the council, a number of the women took the chance to offer additional incriminating details about the ways in which they had been exploited and abused by Lienhart and Barbara.

    The first to come before the council was Anna von Ulm. Anna began her testimony by stating that 'the brothel-keepers treat her and the others very harshly' and that 'they compel and force the women to earn money at inappropriate times, namely on holy Saturday nights when they should honour Mary, the worthy mother of God, and should avoid such work'. She added to this that she, and almost all of the women, had been sold into the brothel, including one from as far afield as Italy, and were all heavily in debt to Lienhart. She said that he and Barbara 'force the women to let men come to them, and when they do not want to they are beaten'. In a similar vein, she claimed that 'when the women have their womanly sickness (menstruation) they are forced to earn them money and to let men come to them'.

    Anna then went on to explain how she and the others had got into debt. As soon became clear, Lienhart had subjected them to a range of arbitrary charges that not only wiped out their ability to earn, but ensured that they were trapped by ever-increasing debts, which he used as a pretext to forbid them from leaving his employment. Although this was not strictly illegal – numerous employers in this era imposed restrictions on their workers' freedom of movement and might confiscate property to prevent them absconding – the sheer scale of Lienhart's exploitation made this an exceptional case.

    His practices included confiscating their tips and forcing them to pay cash gifts at certain times of year, including Whitsun and Christmas. He also sold goods to them at inflated prices. As Anna said, 'when he had something to sell to them, whether cloth or other things that were worth half a florin or a full florin, he sold it to them for two, three or four'. She also said that the women were made to exchange whatever 'even' pennies they had for uneven ones of a presumably lesser value. Upon entry to the brothel they had had their clothing confiscated and pawned to Jewish merchants, which for Anna meant that she was forced 'to go about miserably and almost naked, having no more than a skirt and no undershirt', with the further consequence that 'she can hardly cover herself, and is unwilling to go out among honourable people'.

    Those who came after Anna added to the picture. Els von andürnberg stated that when she first entered the brothel she had given Lienhart a veil with a value of two florins and told the council that 'for the skirt which she wears, she has to give him money'. Enndlin von Schaffhausen and Adelhait von Sindelfingen both said that they had had their clothes confiscated by Lienhart; according to Enndlin, this happened 'whenever one of the women has good clothes'. When it came to paying for their food and drink, W˙chselbrünn von Ulm said that Lienhart overcharged the women by providing them with meals for 13 pennies when the same was available elsewhere in town for 12. Chündlin von Augsburg said that wine was sold to the women for a penny more inside the brothel than outside it. Enndlin also described a practice by which Lienhart charged the women double the normal amount of 'sleeping money', a fee levied when a customer wanted to stay overnight in the brothel. Margrette von Biberach said that, when she informed the brothel-keeper in advance that she had an overnight customer who subsequently failed to turn up, she was still made to pay the full amount of sleeping money.

    Prisoners.

    On top of these exploitative arrangements were further practices intended to squeeze yet more income from the women. These included supplementary labour, primarily spinning, a task which brothel-keepers in some towns were permitted to demand of prostitutes, although not in andördlingen. Anna von Ulm reported nevertheless that the women were made either to produce two large spindles per day, or to pay Lienhart four pennies. There were also restrictions on the women's freedom of movement. Anna also told the council that Lienhart had 'taken their churchgoing from them', denying them the chance to hear mass. She also said that he habitually did not let them leave the brothel, with the consequence that they were 'unable to earn their food'. On the subject of food, she pointed out that the women were usually given disgusting meals and were denied extra portions during menstruation, as was required, and were not given bread and meat during the week.

    Some of the women also told the council about the fraudulent ways in which Lienhart deprived them of an income. One practice common in brothels across the region involved depositing all of the money paid by clients into a central strongbox, which was then distributed among the women at the end of the week according to how many clients they had seen. Catherin von andürnberg said that, when this was done in andördlingen, she had suspicions that several women were paid less than they had earned, while Margrette von Biberach told the council that she had sometimes seen Barbara deliberately undercount the amount of money contributed by a particular woman, with the result that Lienhart would become angry and tell the woman in question that 'he has no use for her, and they earn him nothing'.

    The consequence of all this was that, in Anna von Ulm's words: 'They are all poor women and cannot save money, and the debt grows for each one although they do not know how, and they cannot pay off anything. ' But Lienhart's regime was not restricted to financial exploitation. The deprivations suffered by the women were made worse by frequent use of violence and intimidation. According to several of them, both Lienhart and Barbara beat the women frequently, often when Lienhart claimed that they had earned less than they should have. Margrette von Biberach said that such violence was arbitrary, since Lienhart 'hit them more for innocence than for guilt'. At times the violence appears to have a sadistic edge. Many of the women said that Lienhart beat them with a bullwhip, while W˙chselbrünn von Ulm said that he sometimes used a rod or a belt. To make things worse, Adelhait von Sindelfingen pointed out that Lienhart had even been known to assault customers in the brothel, 'preventing them from earning', thus perpetuating a cycle of violence.

    Truly hellish.

    One prevalent image of late medieval prostitution, sometimes repeated in popular culture via fantasy settings, depicts the brothel as a sensuous environment in which good cheer and innocent revelry are the order of the day. There is some evidence to suggest that brothels in fact sought to cultivate this kind of image for themselves by providing luxurious furnishings, a warm oven and the opportunity to eat and drink in the company of women, a setting which aped the ideals of courtly love.

    Images like these, however, use the notion of the 'luxury' brothel as a sanitised version of prostitution to draw a veil over exploitative working practices and the privileging of male sexuality. In the case of andördlingen, the women's testimony indicates that life in a municipal brothel could be truly hellish. In one of several such claims in the case record, Chündlin von Augsburg told the council that 'she has been in other houses before, but has never seen women kept more harshly or despicably than here', while W˙chselbrünn von Ulm claimed that 'the women are not kept here as they are elsewhere'. Catherin von andürnberg seems to have had much the same impression, stating that the women's treatment in andördlingen 'exceedingly harsh'.

    Like all exceptional incidents, it is important to question how representative a single case can be. It is possible that the women exaggerated the scale of abuse – or even lied about it – to secure more favourable working conditions. But it is also striking how readily they seem to have been believed by their interrogators. As dishonourable women, the testimony of prostitutes ordinarily counted for very little in a legal setting and yet the council had no difficulty in accepting their accounts over those of Barbara and Lienhart. At the conclusion of the investigation both were dismissed from their posts and banished from the city forever. In Barbara's case the council took the additional step of branding her across the forehead for her part in aborting Els von Eystett's child.

    It was the abortion, ultimately, which made this such an extreme case. Financial exploitation and violence were common enough in municipal brothels, but the forced abortion of a prostitute's child – as the council evidently came to see it – was an act of brutality well beyond the norm. It was this act which also produced some of the most distinctive parts of the women's testimony. In both of their statements, Anna von Ulm and Margrette von Biberach describe acting as confidantes to Els in the aftermath of her miscarriage. They told the council how Els had wept bitterly, saying that the sight of Barbara had filled her heart with misery and that she had 'taken my child from me and killed my flesh and blood'.

    Els perceived Barbara's actions in the wider context of abuse and exploitation, by which Lienhart claimed virtual ownership of their bodies and their capacity to earn. Viewed in this way, the forced abortion of Els' child can be seen as an instrumental act of terror, one which made clear that the brothel-keepers had absolute control over the women's bodies.

    But, if the record shows evidence of trauma, it also communicates the women's defiance. Els' own determination to speak out is manifested in the descriptions of her facing down Lienhart. And when their day in court finally came, the evidence provided by the andördlingen women was enough to prompt the council to take action against Lienhart and Barbara.

    In the year following the investigation, the city council drew up a new set of regulations for andördlingen's brothel which forbade many of the exploitative financial arrangements that had made prisoners of most of the women working there. Unlike most brothel regulations used by towns in this era, the rules also included an explicit clause requiring a given woman working in the brothel to report to the council immediately any kind of abuse or breach of the rules so that corrective action could be taken – a further sign of the impact made by those who testified in 1471.

    Beyond cliché.

    It is tempting to think of the events described here as part of a depressingly familiar picture. Exploitative working conditions, violence and danger are often thought to accompany prostitution, even in regulated and thus theoretically safer forms of commercial sex. A modern observer of prostitution might recognise in andördlingen's brothel a certain model of prostitution catering for low status clients, designed to keep costs low and drive up profits by exploiting its workers. Such a response also seems to affirm the old cliché of prostitution as the 'oldest profession' – an unchanging and ever-present phenomenon in human society.

    But this cliché is not a harmless one. Thinking about prostitution in this manner is not merely ahistorical, blinding us to what was distinctive and local about the conditions in a place like 15th-century andördlingen; it also obscures the individuality of the women involved. As the historian Judith Walkowitz has argued, it is important that we regard prostitutes themselves as complex individuals, whose experiences and life stories are distinctive and worthy of hearing. Prostitutes are not merely ciphers of a larger historical trend; this is difficult to deny, whatever one's own position on prostitution as a social and economic phenomenon.

    We know little else about the women who worked in andördlingen's brothel in the years after the 1471-2 investigation. A second, smaller collection of judicial records suggest that by the early 1500's another brothel-keeper by the name of Bartholome Seckler was in trouble with the council for exploiting the women working for him. In any case, it was only a few decades until the sea change of the Reformation saw municipal brothels swept away en masse across southern German towns, as civic authorities grew increasingly uneasy about the moral compromise required to sustain them. By the mid-16th century an institution that had been characteristic of late medieval urban life had vanished, one into which the testimony of the andördlingen women offers a brief yet vital glimpse.

    Jamie Page is a research fellow at the University of Tübingen. He is writing a book on prostitution and subjectivity in late medieval Germany.

  9. #847
    Quote Originally Posted by Jon32  [View Original Post]
    Best classifieds site in Germany that girls list on (like an old craigslist?

    How common is bareback full service in the FKK clubs or with a girl from an ad?
    I've always used ladies. De. But other websites, such as kaufmich are mentioned below in this thread.

    As for my experience in Germany, BBFS with a P4P happened to me just a couple of times, with incall girls. In both cases, I didn't ask for it, it just happened, without extras. Cannot say for FKK clubs, but never happened nor did I hear about colleagues who had it. Watch out that the 2017 law prohibited sex without a condom, including oral sex. Also in local forums we have to be careful not to mention it.

  10. #846
    Best classifieds site in Germany that girls list on (like an old craigslist?

    How common is bareback full service in the FKK clubs or with a girl from an ad?

  11. #845

    Kaufmich plus

    Anyone got a kaufmich plus subscription and could sneak the phone or whatsapp nr of a girl?

    got my car at the taller over the weekend and I can not travel. In the city I live are only very few girls available. There is one in my city which seems very interesting but no profile pic.

    Also her account is new, from today so I can not talk to her the next 2 weeks without premium subscription. But to be honest without pics I do not want to spent 30 e for monthly subscription to jsut find out that she is not what I am looking for.

    If someone has pm me please.

    Thanks.

  12. #844

    Gypsy girls

    Hey guys,

    This is a short one, but does anyone know which city in Germany has the highest concentration of working gypsy girls?

    Frankfurt use to have loads in the RLD, but they seem to have moved on. Moreover I have noticed that in the FKK clubs the majority of the girls are white, are there any FKKs that gypsy girls use?

    Any info would be much appreciated, thanks.

  13. #843
    Quote Originally Posted by PunterWanderer  [View Original Post]
    As they suggested, ladies. De and kaufmich are solid options. I would also add 6 relax. De and Rotlicht. You can browse all these escort sites by region and hopefully find some action also in more provincial areas (there is at least one loft girl / club / AMP in every medium-small German city though). Ladies. De also had a forum (in German) if I remember well.
    https://www.ladies-forum.de/forum.php It's been mentioned several times before.

    http://www.6relax.de is clustered around NRW and maybe a few areas near.

    Rotlicht seem to be feeble many advertisments seem to be very old.

    Try https://www.6today.de/ too.

    I have got numbers from some of these sites but had no luck. I think that the girls only work nightimes or else don't want to answer calls from a foreign phone (as you need an id for a German sim then it is a little safer).

  14. #842
    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMaster  [View Original Post]
    In these rural areas it's not that easy to find any action. Is there a German site that offer tips of where to get some action? Looking for either Thai massage or escort. And of course FKK Harem if its open. I'm more than basic in German and only need to know which sites to look up.
    As they suggested, ladies. De and kaufmich are solid options. I would also add 6 relax. De and Rotlicht. You can browse all these escort sites by region and hopefully find some action also in more provincial areas (there is at least one loft girl / club / AMP in every medium-small German city though). Ladies. De also had a forum (in German) if I remember well.

  15. #841

    Your trip to German. I kind of did that last month Running Mist

    Quote Originally Posted by RunningMist  [View Original Post]
    Planning a trip to Germany for the first time in a couple months. I basically got 7-9 days to do what I want. I will be starting in Munich going to Cologne and ending in Berlin.

    Is there any place I should start to know how the scene is Germany. Or some escort site recommendations.
    I am having trouble deciding if it would be better for me to visit an FKK or to get escorts off of escort sites. Or if FKK clubs are even worth it. With the best bang for buck of course.
    My plans are flexible at the moment so if there is FKK / RLD / ESCORT Hub I can't miss I can adjust my route to go to it.
    Basically I just want to have a good verity of girls, to make this trip unforgettable.
    Also are these places friendly to Latins, I have read that some of these places might be Germans only and would like to avoid the wasted time of going some place I can't enter.
    So if you go through the forums on FKKs, you will see I just did the trip you are describing. I started in Munich, and flew out of Berlin. I went Munich / Ingolstadt / Augsberg / Frankfurt (incl Darmstadt)/ Cologne / Berlin.

    I drove the first bit, then used trains and then took a plane from NWR / Hessen to Berlin.

    And I did a similar trip last summer but only the first part and the last part. I used a variety of indies, and FKKS. I investigated going to a couple BDSM clubs which I ended up skipping in the end.

    Munich area, if you have a car or don't mind a short train there are 3 FKKS. I found Hofer strasse 16 a / b houses (easily reachable by S bahn), to have great ladies. Go on Lusthaus for better listing of the ladies....

    I did use Massage Republic website to find an indie in Munich central. And ultimately for Berlin.

    For Frankfurt I had 2 indie "subs" picked out but opted to do extra nights in FKKS instead. I think I used Lusthaus.cc for that info. There are 5 or 6 Fkks in the area. Wide variety of girls if you go to Sharks and Palace and then head up to Colgone for Samya. Ultimately I would not go back to Samya, I'd rather do another night at Palace. Or go to the RLD and try a quickie in one of the famous houses. For a newbie, it's better to go earlier in the evening when it's light out as the first time might be a bit scary, but it's relatively safe. (Lots of discussion on the Frankfurt forum with addresses and maps) As safe as wandering around any big city. I like staying at a 4 star hotel near the main train station. Also check the Frankfurt "trade show" calendar before you plan your week!!!

    Berlin. A wonder unto itself. Largest FKK I ever went to. Met Israelis, Germans, American, Indian, and Latins. Girls were a bit wider in variety and body types than any other place. There are all sorts of escort places that are famous. YOu can dig into the Berlin forum and you'll see pros and cons for each one! In Berlin, I had a great BDSM place, 2 nights at a FKK, and I had at least 3 Indie's sorted out and all replied quickly in English. I used BerlinIntim.de website. It's just a ad page but has every damn club and many many many girls.

    Again, your last point. Latins? Man, you are about as rich or poor as anyone, ultimately your money spends as good as the next guy. There are some ladies who do not speak English, and barely speak German. Often they do speak Spanish. Or Portuguese. The only arguments you might get into with any other punter is whether the girls in Uruguay, or Paraguay are prettier than the girls in Germany. (I won't weigh in on that debate).

    OK? Go through the Palace FKK forum, the Sharks FKK forum, Berlin, Artemis FKK, Frankfurt forums, and then hit us up with specific questions.

    Best.

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