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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Lederhosen Pug—Bavaria Big

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[a] Lederpug RF
                         What is the use of running when you are on the wrong road?
                                                                             —Bavarian Proverb

No worries, though—my name is Lederhosen Pug, and I know the way.

Gold, silver, bronze. Bavaria is first, second, and third in some of the most categories in national life. 
[c] Big-varia RF

First, we're big. We have the biggest territory among all German states. I mean, we have twenty percent of the total landmass in the country.  I would like you to think about that. What would a twenty-percent landmass look like in the United States? 

Heck, it would be bigger than Texas. Yes, even Texas.

We're big (and we sometimes wear funny hats, too).

We also have the second highest population among German states, and the third most populace city (Munich).

No one can ignore Bavaria. Let's just get that straight.
[c] Back on the right path Pug RF
[Originally posted on July 2, 2014]

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