I'm too tired & drunk to point out in a witty and sarcastic way how stupid your argument is, but I'm sober enough to know that it is stupid. Don't touch that dial.
They are trapped in a system of expensive debt in hands of the richer
Nobody made them borrow it. And nobody made them waste it when they did borrow it.
out of which they can't devaluate themselves, since they share the same currency.
You can't devaluate [sic] yourself out of debt, unless the creditor is stupid enough to denominate it in a currency that you have control over, in which case he's said "you owe us a million dollars times x, for whatever value of x you feel like".
The problem with that argument is that the economic condition enjoyed by the stronger nations is built upon the exploitation of the poorer ones.
Odd, because conventional wisdom is that German success was down to 1) good academic and practical education 2) good industrial relations 3) big picture/long term thinking 4) moderate taxation and 5) hard work.
Your poor reading comprehension is perhaps the root of your confusion. I didn't say anything about a tool for all jobs.
I want Germany to grow to be able to fill the role.
Third time lucky?
Them waving often their veto right (even if they are not part of some negotiations) also doesn't instill much trust.
I agree. It's be much better if they said nothing and just ignored any regulations they don't agree with, like France does.
Virtually anything; for example, "begin" and "end" as in Pascal
Why would you type 8 characters instead of 2?
But at least they're actual words, which means you're likely to type them correctly. Unlike esac.
Stop looking for a heavier screwdriver. Use a hammer.
For the benefit of any self-identifying "makers", I mean right tool, right job.
If I was one of their competitors and I realised that, it could be a source of endless amusement. Like getting a younger sibling or slightly simple classmate to do dumb shit. We've al done that, right?
 As we used to say, back in the day. It's not allowed now, because of the Belgians.
It took 4 billion years to develop an intelligent civilization on a planet which is highly suitable to life.
And it's 200 light-years away, so we'll probably never get to meet them.
You are Larry Niven and/or Jerry Pournelle, and I claim my five pounds.
Not afraid, but wary. After all, tame cards are safer than wild ones.
Biased sample. Did they ask any dinosaurs?
if you sell photos of people, then you get a model release form.
Off you go. Be careful, they steal pens.
He's got a shaved head and a beard and paints himself like one of those avatar things that look like Bendydick Cummerbund. The 7 digit crowd love shit like that.