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Scene.org Awards 2011

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ton: or, does it show they have great taste and can see beyond voting for pop cliche? debate.. :)
the point is about these things, they are the average of a bunch of differing opinions by hopefully clued up people. so its bound to be mainstream as its an average of opinions, but at least its not full of cracktros and overly populist shit that might do excessively well on pouet or at a party. and for that I salute them
added on the 2011-03-08 15:02:52 by smash smash
is the scene awards at TG? whaaaat?
added on the 2011-03-08 15:06:25 by dubmood dubmood
I heard you can't even drink alcohol at TG!!!1111
added on the 2011-03-08 15:21:19 by gloom gloom
It can't be possible. They don't drink in norway?
the profitmargin could be quite high on alcohol in Norway ;-)

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added on the 2011-03-08 15:50:21 by magic magic
EVERYBODY GOES TO GERMANY!
;-)
added on the 2011-03-08 15:58:42 by magic magic
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but at least its not full of cracktros and overly populist shit that might do excessively well on pouet or at a party


smash: I hope you are not speaking about my little humble intros :'(
added on the 2011-03-08 16:54:51 by rez rez
wait, what?
alcohol in poland is more expensive than in germany? what the hell happened?
added on the 2011-03-08 17:01:37 by wysiwtf wysiwtf
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added on the 2011-03-08 18:02:09 by dubmood dubmood
so pricemargins should be ultimate in the UK and Finland.
added on the 2011-03-08 18:03:07 by dubmood dubmood
Greenland should have been black on that map
added on the 2011-03-08 18:20:34 by dwarf dwarf
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the profitmargin could be quite high on alcohol in Norway ;-)
Why? There is something called taxation, which is what brings the price of alcohol up -- not profit margins. But then again, this wouldn't be the first time you burst out with statements that have no root in reality Magic. :)
added on the 2011-03-08 18:21:15 by gloom gloom
gloom: For alcohol in the shops, that's the case. But in resturants and bars, the alcohol tax is actually quite insignificant compared to the profit margin.
added on the 2011-03-08 18:24:25 by kusma kusma
kusma: The stats are based on the raw cost of alcohol in volumes, meaning retail.
added on the 2011-03-08 19:47:07 by gloom gloom
None the less, unfortunately Norway seems to be an expensive country.. Not only the alcohol..
added on the 2011-03-08 19:54:29 by magic magic
smash - that's what i'm talking about - you're about the taste - but direction is not about a style or taste or whatever - it's just an objective part of production works and it's about skills in visual storytelling and editing.

so, if those prods i'm talking about were thrown for being intentionally made appealing to audience well that's fun. but unfair for such nomination imo.
added on the 2011-03-08 20:05:20 by ton ton
magic: Again, cost is relative to income levels. Norway isn't expensive for Norwegians who live and work in Norway, in the same way that Poland isn't expensive for people who live and work in Poland.
added on the 2011-03-08 20:15:05 by gloom gloom
I ment for foreigners ofcourse..
added on the 2011-03-08 20:27:58 by magic magic
besides, norwegians drink oil, not alcohol...
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added on the 2011-03-08 22:56:16 by magic magic
you know that when extrapolating the Power law, in 2015 the costs for solar energy will break even with the costs for regular fossil fuels and in about 2023 solar energy will be so cheap it can be offered almost free? Norway can shove their oil where the sun dont shine (double pun!)
maali, dubmood and co, stop this bullshit please -_- i could be a little late with my questions, but i can't see why they're not actual, so go troll your moma.
added on the 2011-03-09 00:24:23 by ton ton
Beer prices in Poland:

Pub - 1,5-2 euro (bigest cities like Poznan, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Cracow 3-4 euro)
Supermarket (carrefour, auchan etc.) 0,5-2 euro

Depends on brand.
added on the 2011-03-09 08:40:08 by ISL ISL
Paris. Pint around 7-8 euros, 4 - 5 during happy hours. I heard you could find cheaper but in my opinion, it's an urban legend.

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