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702 posts • joined 27 Jan 2010
"These are in addition to the standard 112 number, which is used across Europe."
JFTR, in case you may need this (though you probably won't remember then):
In Switzerland you can dial 112, but will have to further specify whom you want to reach. 117 is the direct number for the police, 118 call the firefighters and
144 will reach the ambulance. 1414 mountain rescue (REGA)
iirc, 117 and 118 are alias for 112.
>"I personally don't like those gimmicky retracting door handles, you know what happens when that nonsense wears out and becomes glitchy"
A bill of two thousand of switzerlands finest, that happens. Twice so far. To be fair, JLR also has retracting handles, but come at only 1/3 of the bill.
Interestingly, most swiss cheese actually do not have the huge holes it is famous for. This is primarily the "Emmentaler".
Gryuère, Vachérin (both essential for the most popular variety of cheese fondue), Appenzeller, S'Brinz and most of the more comon varieties sold in the supermarket all come without (notable) holes in them.
Tilsiter might be an exception, though its recognition as "swiss" is difficult, it was only brought in a few hundred years ago from Pomyra. It is quite popular, though.
Maybe someone from the Romand can correct me.
Well, it IS supposed to become state-of-the-art killtech, they possibly can't call it "fairy glitter unicorn princess"
I mean, they *could*, and it would add embarrassment damage to the burning wreckages of their opponents as well, but... it... somehow... might be ... .hard to sell.
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