When Drahtmuller contacted savoixmagazine.com's hosting company in the U.S., the situation slipped into the ridiculous as the hosting company tried to reply in Drahtmuller's native German language. "Even though we contacted them in English, they ran their response through Babelfish (translation software) so we couldn't understand what they were saying," he told ZDNet U.K.Hahah.
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Geschlechtsverkehr Aw, German compounds, how I love thee. (learned from watching The Lives of Others, with Dan. good movie.)