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Wed, 27 Sep 2006

If you travel in Germany...

... on the railroad, and forgot your luggage (like your girlfriends birthday present you just bought) in the train just leaving the station and it's a small station in the middle of nowhere (like the main station in a city counting officially more that 100'000 inhabitants) and late in the evening (like 7pm) and there is no service personal to find anywhere, you should call the zentrale Fundstelle; don't search for their phone number at reasonable places (like the closed information point) or a phone booth (if you ever find one with a phone book).

The Number is: 01805-990599.

But it's quite useless; they will just take a note, give you a number and ask you call back in a couple of days, instead of doing something useful (like calling the personal in the train, to get my fucking birthday present I spend the last money I don't have from my credit card, and ask them to leave it at the next bigger station, where I would have picked it up).


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Alexander Tolimar Reichle-Schmehl lives in Tuttlingen / Germany. He works as IT manager (specialized on Unix and SAN/Storage) for an international automotive supplier.